Pindarus   - in ancient sources @

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  Pindarus   - Greek lyric poet of the 5th century B.C., called Pindar in English
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  + Pindar
Athen_01.19 there is no statue to Pindarus, though there is one to
Athen_04.154 Perseus, spoken of by Pindarus, then it is acuted on
Athen_06.250 some of them took one of Pindarus' and sang it; but he,
Athen_11.495 ook of his Commentary on Pindarus, says that on the third
Athen_13.561 ome one else quoted from Pindarus:- & Let it be my fate
Athen_13.564 the magnificent Pindarus says:- & The man who gazes on
Athen_13.573 ates, in his treatise on Pindarus), whenever the city addr
Athen_13.601 erce dominion. And Pindarus, who was of an exceedingly amo
Athen_14.635 cient instrument, though Pindarus says plainly enough that
Plut:Arat_1 beauty", to make use of Pindarus' expression; who, like
Plut:Demetr_42 justice, according to Pindarus, " Is the rightful sover
Polyaen_05.46.1 aeans of Stesichorus and Pindarus, and I wanted to sing
PsCallisth_1.46 off youth, & The tomb of Pindar he did not destroy, & For

  Pindarus 2   - tyrant of Ephesus, 6th century B.C.
Polyaen_06.50.1 set their brother free. [50] Pindarus. When Croesus the

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