Alcaeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Alcaeus   of Mytilene - a Greek lyric poet of the late 7th century B.C.
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Athen_2.38 of violence. And Alcaeus saysó & Wine sometimes than hon
Athen_10.425 Love Poems. But Alcaeus also represents Hermes as their
Athen_10.445 and this last is a word which Alcaeus has used, in his
Athen_13.598 for the Lesbian Alcaeus, you know in how many revels
Athen_15.693 for that form of poetry, Alcaeus and Anacreon; [694] as
Athen_15.694 scolium sing to me, & Of old Alcaeus or Anacreon. Praxil
Julian:Mis_337 by the Fates. But Alcaeus and Archilochus of Paros the

  Alcaeus 2   - Athenian archon, 422 B.C.
Athen_5.215 ace in the archonship of Alcaeus, when Cleon was the gener
Philoch_123 are {(?) nine years, and until Alcaeus [422/1] there are}
Philoch_131 rus says that when Alcaeus [was archon] [422/1], the Athen

  Alcaeus 3   - an Epicurean philosopher in the second century B.C.
173/8 The Epicurean philosophers Alcaeus and Philiscus are expelled from
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Athen_12.547 admirable of men, banish Alcaeus and Philiscus the Epicure

  Alcaeus 4   of Messene - Greek poet, early 2nd century B.C.
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Alcaeus_9.518 course ironical. Alcaeus, as the next epigram shows, was
Alcaeus_11.12 Philip II, one-eyed, but Alcaeus means that he was a Cyclo
AnthPal_16.26b a lofty cross is planted by Alcaeus. * & A parody on,
AnthPal_9.184 love of lads ; sword of Alcaeus, that often shed the bloo
AnthPal_9.520 onymous & { H 60 } & On Alcaeus (probably by his enemy
AnthPal_9.571 ded on Anacreon, Lesbian Alcaeus sings varied strains on
Meleager_4.1 en-hued, the hyacinth of Alcaeus, the vocal poets' flower,

  Alcaeus   - in documents
SEG_56.638 (160-150)   Aiolis, the son of Alkaios, visited the city and [m


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