Orpheus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Oeagrus; an ancient Thracian musician
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she whom the dear son of Oeagrus, [Orpheus] armed only wit
medes tells us in his essay on Orpheus. Now Ephorus, and
nimals may have followed Orpheus with his songs, but you
aving been instructed by Orpheus in sacred rites, filled
temple and a statue of Orpheus and standing near him the
the beginning did Orpheus son of Calliope beget the motle
of Croton - a scholar in the time of Peisistratus, 6th century B.C.
to just four scholars: Orpheus of Croton, Zopyrus of Her
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