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  Hesiodus   "Hesiod" - Greek poet, 8th century B.C.
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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
Diog_Laert_07.25 he altered the lines of Hesiodus thus [ Op_293 ]: & He
Diog_Laert_10.2 him the statements in Hesiodus respecting Chaos [Theog_
THI_27 (c. 200)   ses referring to the poet Hesiod and his brother. H
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,
Philoch_27 Melite, who according to Hesiodus was the daughter of Myrm
Vit:Arat_1 was an admirer of Hesiodus, as Callimachus indicates in
Vit:Arat_4 say he was more an imitator of Hesiodus. 5. Comment in the
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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