Orpheus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Orpheus   - son of Oeagrus; an ancient Thracian musician
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AnthPal_7.9 { H 2 } & On the poet Orpheus, son of Oeagrus and Calli
AnthPal_7.10 hed a thousand tears for Orpheus dead, the son of Calliope
AntipSid_7.8 G-P 10 } & On the poet Orpheus, son of Oeagrus and Calli
AntipThes_9.517 17] & { G-P 4 } & Orpheus charmed beasts and you charm
Athen_13.597 she whom the dear son of Oeagrus, [Orpheus] armed only wit
Athen_14.637 medes tells us in his essay on Orpheus. Now Ephorus, and
Crinag_9.562 ire & to the god. Orpheus made the beasts obey him in the
Diod_37.30 nimals may have followed Orpheus with his songs, but you
Just_11.7 aving been instructed by Orpheus in sacred rites, filled
Nicarch_7.159 your due." [7.159] & Orpheus won the highest prize amo
PsCallisth_1.42 temple and a statue of Orpheus and standing near him the
Timoth:Pers_202 the beginning did Orpheus son of Calliope beget the motle

  Orpheus 2   of Croton - a scholar in the time of Peisistratus, 6th century B.C.
Tzetz:ProlCom_ to just four scholars: Orpheus of Croton, Zopyrus of Her


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