Hipponax   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hipponax   of Ephesus - Greek poet, 6th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_7.47   iota;α, and you may hear Hipponax in some passage
Alcaeus_7.536   passes by the tomb of Hipponax should pray his corpse
Athen_11.495   pellai of milk."   But Hipponax calls this vessel a pellis
Athen_12.552   of Training, says that Hipponax the poet was not only
Athen_13.599   represented Archilochus and Hipponax as the lovers of
Athen_14.624   and Telus. And in Hipponax we find Cion, and Codalus, and
Athen_14.625   ythermus whom Ananius or Hipponax mentions in his Iambics
Athen_14.645   led attanites. And Hipponax mentions the attanites in the
Athen_15.690   of the comic poets; and Hipponax uses this name in the
Athen_15.698   poetry we must attribute to Hipponax the iambic poet. For he
Athen_15.701   to the type represented by Hipponax. "
Demetr:Eloc_132   even in the mouth of a Hipponax, possess grace, the subj
Demetr:Eloc_301   nnected composition generally. Hipponax is a case in point
LeonTar_7.408   to rest, the spite of Hipponax that snarled even at his
Philip_7.405   this terrible tomb of Hipponax, which hails forth verse
Plin:HN_36.11   the time of the poet Hipponax, who is known to have
Plin:HN_36.12   1st Olympiad {776 BC} [12] Hipponax had a notoriously ugly face;

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