Pindarus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Greek lyric poet of the 5th century B.C., called Pindar in English
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there is no statue to Pindarus, though there is one to
Perseus, spoken of by Pindarus, then it is acuted on
some of them took one of Pindarus' and sang it; but he,
ook of his Commentary on Pindarus, says that on the third
ome one else quoted from Pindarus:- & Let it be my fate
the magnificent Pindarus says:- & The man who gazes on
ates, in his treatise on Pindarus), whenever the city addr
erce dominion. And Pindarus, who was of an exceedingly amo
cient instrument, though Pindarus says plainly enough that
beauty", to make use of Pindarus' expression; who, like
justice, according to Pindarus, " Is the rightful sover
aeans of Stesichorus and Pindarus, and I wanted to sing
off youth, & The tomb of Pindar he did not destroy, & For
- tyrant of Ephesus, 6th century B.C.
set their brother free.  Pindarus. When Croesus the
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