Simonides   - in ancient sources @

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  Simonides   of Ceos - Greek poet, late 6th/early 5th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_15   has depicted so vividly as Simonides. But to give all the
Aelian:Fr_63   Syracuse destroys the tomb of Simonides. [64] & {67 DF}
Aelian:Fr_78   A'4363 , & E'431 , & K'985 & & Simonides kept safe by the
Aelian:NA_6.10   monic systems devised by Simonides, by Hippias, and by The
AnthPal_9.184   stream ; honeyed page of Simonides, and you, Ibycus, who
AnthPal_9.571   from Thebes, the Muse of Simonides breathed delight with
AnthPal_13.28   ibuted to Bacchylides or Simonides, but is most probably
AnthPal_13.31   alludes to No. 30 (Simonides was a citizen of Ceos), which
Apollod:Fr_67   art of memory, as practised by Simonides. [68] & DiogLaert
Athen_5.210   mentioned by Epicharmus and Simonides. And his words
Athen_8.352   tticisms, an imitator of Simonides the poet, as Ephorus
Athen_11.490   that interpretation.   Simonides also calls the
Athen_11.498   god invites me."   And Simonides said : "The eared bowl."
Athen_12.512   pleasure the greatest good. Simonides certainly does when he
Athen_13.573   were present afterwards, Simonides composed this epigram:-
Athen_13.604   pleased with the line in Simonides which is generally cons
Athen_13.611   leon says in his book on Simonides, will not admit either
Athen_14.620   deliver some of the Iambics of Simonides. And Cleomenes
Athen_14.625   who lived in the time of Simonides and Pindar, but subsequ
Athen_14.638   an, and Stesichorus, and Simonides; (he means to say
Athen_14.656   says, in his treatise on Simonides, that Simonides once,
Athen_14.658   called Tromilican.' And Simonides mentions it in his iamb
Athen_15.680   garlands in the Epigrams of Simonides -
Athen_15.690   And Simonides says -
Cic:DeOr_2.351   am grateful to the famous Simonides of Ceos, who, as people
Cic:DeOr_2.357   practice and exercise. For Simonides, or whoever else invented
Cic:Rep_2.20   the fifty-sixth Olympiad , ** Simonides was born, so that it
Cic:Tusc_1.59   inquiring how great a memory Simonides ** may be said to
Cic:Tusc_1.101   at Thermopylae, on whom Simonides wrote the following epitaph:-
Julian:Caes_333   he is a man, to quote Simonides, 'four-square and made
Lucian:Macr_26   the lyric poet, the same, and Simonides of Ceos more than
Meleager_4.1   branch of the vine of Simonides ; and therewith he wove
Plin:HN_7.89   invented by the lyric poet Simonides and perfected by Metrodorus of
Plin:HN_7.204   three to the original four, Simonides added an eighth, Timotheus a
Plut:Arat_45   ed, yet in necessity, as Simonides says, it seems rather
Plut:Mor_185   wise at last. & To Simonides desiring him to give an unjus
Schol:Theoc_16   vours"]. It tells the story of Simonides' boxes. It is sai
Simonid_6.213   any tripods you did win, Simonides, before you dedicated
Simonid_7.77   & { P 85 } & On Simonides (?) & The saviour of the Cei
Simonid_7.301   Thermopylae, is doubtless not Simonides', but a later pro
Simonid_13.11   igram cannot, of course, be by Simonides. [13.14] & { P
Theodorid_13.21   was a fragment torn from Simonides' page, loud-voiced but
ValMax_1.7e.3   the gods to the poet Simonides, confirming their warning by the
ValMax_1.8e.7   of the immortal gods was Simonides, who being saved from (?)
ValMax_8.7e.13   [7e.13]   Simonides the poet at eighty years

  Simonides 2   (Semonides) of Amorgos - Greek poet, 7th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Semonides
Aelian:NA_11.36   being washed and anointed. And Semonides in his iambics
Aelian:NA_16.24   hem in clear water.' And Semonides describing how women
Athen_11.460   in the poet of Amorgos, Semonides ; he says, in his
Athen_11.480   phoxai at the brim, as Semonides of Amorgos says : "This

  Simonides 3   - Athenian archon, 311 B.C.
311/_ Athenian archon: Simonides
    Within translations:
DionHal:Din_9 rus Theophrastus Polemon Simonides Hieromnemon Demetrius

  Simonides 4   - a rhapsodist
Athen_14.620 tise On Pictures, says- "Simonides of Zacynthus used to

  Simonides   - in documents
Syll_371 (285/4)   ple, as proposed by Simonides of Hagnous, the so

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