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  Sappho   of Eresos (Lesbos) - Greek poetess, early 6th century B.C.
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  + Sapphic
Aelian:Fr_187 nephew sang some song of Sappho at a drinking party, took
AnthPal_7.16 PINYTUS & { Ph 1 } & On Sappho The tomb holds the bones
AnthPal_7.17 set without memory of lyric Sappho. * & i.e. books of
AnthPal_7.718 dances which kindled (?) Sappho, the flower of the Graces,
AnthPal_9.184 you, Aeolian graces of Sappho ; pen of Anacreon, and you
AnthPal_9.189 goddess ; and for you Sappho, holding her golden lyre,
AnthPal_9.190 Muses. As much as Sappho excels Erinna in lyrics, so much
AnthPal_9.506 arelessly ! Look at the tenth, Sappho from Lesbos. [507]
AnthPal_9.571 Aeolian . . . But Sappho was not the ninth among men, but
AntipSid_7.14 7.14] & { G-P 11 } & On Sappho O Aeolian land, you cover
AntipSid_9.66 she heard honey-voiced Sappho, wondering if men possess
AntipThes_7.15 On the Same My name is Sappho, and I excelled all women
AntipThes_9.26 nyte, the female Homer ; Sappho, glory of the Lesbian wome
Athen_2.39 Nectar they eat at will. And Sappho saysó. & The goblets
Athen_10.425 cupbearer; as also does Sappho, who says- & And with ambr
Athen_11.463 words of the beautiful Sappho,- & Come, O Aphrodite, hit
Athen_12.554 ering flowers. And Sappho says- 'I saw a lovely maiden gat
Athen_13.564 unclosed lids. And Sappho says to a man who was admired
Athen_13.571 0;ραι; as Sappho does, where she says- &
Athen_13.572 that description in his Sappho, where he says- & For when
Athen_* 13.596-599 * brother of the lovely Sappho, when he went to Naucratis
Athen_13.605 all the love-songs & Of Sappho, Meletus, Cleomenes, and
Athen_14.635 the magadis, was invented by Sappho. And Aristoxenus say
Athen_14.639 least from the compositions of Sappho and Anacreon. Moreov
Demetr:Eloc_106 k-splendid is shed. & & & & & (Sappho, Fragm. 94, Bergk)
Demetr:Eloc_127 Kaibel C. G. F.). Sappho's words 'more golden than all
Demetr:Eloc_132 love-stories, or the poetry of Sappho generally. Such them
Demetr:Eloc_140 est, and abound most of all in Sappho. An instance in poin
Demetr:Eloc_141 & Sometimes also Sappho makes graceful use of the figure
Demetr:Eloc_146 of imagery. Thus Sappho says of the man that stands out
Demetr:Eloc_148 [148] & There is a peculiarly Sapphic grace due to recant
Demetr:Eloc_162 blue'; and the lines of Sappho Far sweeter-singing than
Demetr:Eloc_166 ape. [166] & When Sappho celebrates the charms of beauty,
DioscEpigr_7.407 & { G-P 18 } & Sappho, sweet pillow for the loves of
Meleager_4.1 and many of Moero, of Sappho few flowers, but they are
Phld:Epigr_5.132 and she does not sing Sappho, yet Perseus was in love
Phylarch_62 ς is first mentioned by Sappho. [Didymus] says that
Plut:Demetr_38 symptoms described by Sappho, the faltering voice, the

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