Stesichorus   - in ancient sources @

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  Stesichorus   of Himera - Greeek lyric poet, early 6th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_13   Highest" ? No, there was Stesichorus at a still earlier date
Aelian:Fr_150   {153 DF} & & Suda_Th'115 & & Stesichorus and Homer. [151
Aelian:NA_17.37   Pergamum says that Stesichorus also sings of this in a poe
AnthPal_9.184   of Anacreon, and you, Stesichorus, who in your works
AnthPal_9.571   sweet-strained voice, Stesichorus and Ibycus shine, Alc
AntipThes_7.75   { G-P 74 } & On Stesichorus Stesichorus, the vast immea
Athen_3.81   * * * [21.] [81] Stesichorus also mentions the Cydonian
Athen_4.154   8182;το&, in Stesichorus; and the nouns ὁ
Athen_6.250   paean of Phrynichus or Stesichorus, and some of them too
Athen_11.469   a cup is told by Stesichorus in the following : Now
Athen_11.499   silver ? "   And Stesichorus calls the cup used in
Athen_11.781   at the golden" cup.   Stesichorus says that the Sun voyages
Athen_12.512   bow. And they say that Stesichorus of Himera was the original
Athen_13.601   Megalostrate. And Stesichorus, who was in no moderate deg
Athen_13.610   do out of the verses of Stesichorus, (for that could hard
Athen_14.619   this was a poem of Stesichorus, in which a damsel of the
Athen_14.620   maeleon, in his essay on Stesichorus, says that not only
Athen_14.638   songs & Of Alcman, and Stesichorus, and Simonides;
Athen_14.645   they are mentioned by Stesichorus in the following line
Lucian:Macr_26   lived eighty-five years; Stesichorus, the lyric poet, the
Polyaen_5.46.1   anted sing the paeans of Stesichorus and Pindarus, and I

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