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  Hesiodus   "Hesiod" - Greek poet, 8th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_9   5 Quite unlike this is Hesiod's description of Gloom, if indeed
[Longin]:Subl_13   to good purpose. For, as Hesiod says, "Good is this strife
Aelian:NA_6.50   what answer can Hesiod make to this when he says [OD
Aelian:NA_14.28   and sweetening the narrative. Hesiod sings [Th. 233] of
Alcaeus_7.55   7.55] & { G-P 12 } & On Hesiod In a shady grove of Locris
AnthPal_7.52   EMIURGUS & { F 1 } & On Hesiod I hold Hesiod of Ascra the
AntipThes_11.24   the water of sweet speech for Hesiod. But still for us
Archias_9.64   uses themselves saw you, Hesiod, feeding your sheep at mid
Asclepiad_9.64   uses themselves saw you, Hesiod, feeding your sheep at mid
Athen_11.489   and of their harvesting, as Hesiod says { Op. }: 'Begin
Athen_11.491   poem on Astronomy ascribed to Hesiod always speaks of them as
Athen_11.498   sometimes as neuter. Moreover Hesiod, in the second book
Athen_11.503   poem Aegimius whether it is Hesiod or Cercops of Miletus, says
Athen_11.782     And long before them Hesiod wrote : "And toward a
Athen_12.512   who came after Homer and Hesiod, and have written about Heracles,
Athen_13.557   other of Ajax. And Hesiodus says that he also married Hippe
Athen_13.597   too, that Boeotian Hesiod, master of all lore, left his
Athen_13.609   of the Gymnasium. Hesiodus, also, in the third book of
Athen_14.620   Homer, but those also of Hesiodus and Archilochus, and als
Callim:Epigr_29   a" of Aratus. Hesiod's is the theme and Hesiod's the
Cic:Brut_15   true, in that precept of Hesiod, so much admired by the
Cic:Tusc_1.3   men - since Homer and Hesiod lived before the foundation of
Cic:Tusc_1.98   and Musaeus, and Homer, and Hesiod? I would even, were it
DiogLaert_7.25   he altered the lines of Hesiodus thus [ Op_293 ]: & He
DiogLaert_10.2   him the statements in Hesiodus respecting Chaos [Theog_
Julian:Mis_347   the words of Homer [ ? Hesiodus, Op_66 ]what is the natu
Julian:Mis_352   ther in the poems of Homer and Hesiodus. And since she,
Lucill_9.572   Heliconian Muses" ; so Hesiod wrote, & they say, while
MArgent_9.161   the pages of a volume of Hesiod, I suddenly saw Pyrrhe app
Mnasalcas_7.54   { G-P 18 } & On Hesiod Ascra, the land of broad corn-fi
Nicand:Th_10   he spoke the truth, Ascraean Hesiod on the steeps of secluded
Philoch_27   Melite, who according to Hesiodus was the daughter of Myrm
Plin:HN_7.153   individual have made it uncertain. Hesiod, who first put forth some
Plin:HN_7.197   Cyclopes; the forging of iron Hesiod ascribes to the people called
THI_27   (c. 200)   ses referring to the poet Hesiod and his brother. H
Vit:Arat_1-4 *   was an admirer of Hesiodus, as Callimachus indicates in
Vit:Lycoph_1   ived at the same time as Hesiodus, though some also attrib
Vit:Theoc_2   ived at the same time as Hesiodus, though he was not the


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