Stesichorus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Himera - Greeek lyric poet, early 6th century B.C.
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* * * [21.]  Stesichorus also mentions the Cydonian
8182;το&, in Stesichorus; and the nouns ὁ
paean of Phrynichus or Stesichorus, and some of them too
Megalostrate. And Stesichorus, who was in no moderate deg
do out of the verses of Stesichorus, (for that could hard
maeleon, in his essay on Stesichorus, says that not only
lived eighty-five years; Stesichorus, the lyric poet, the
anted sing the paeans of Stesichorus and Pindarus, and I
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