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  Alcman   - a lyric poet who lived in Sparta in the 7th century B.C.
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Aelian:NA_12.3   mer is a poet. And Alcman could not be censured for imitat
AnthPal_7.709   ines; but now my name is Alcman, and I am a citizen of Spa
AnthPal_9.184   and you nightingales of Alcman, singing ever of maidens
AnthPal_9.571   chorus and Ibycus shine, Alcman was sweet, and Bacchylides
AntipThes_7.18   { G-P 12 } & On Alcman Do not judge the man by the ston
Athen_2.39   ntimes I sit by Aprhodite. And Alcman saysó & Nectar they
Athen_3.81   And violets in purple posies. Alcman mentions them too.
Athen_11.498   with wine.' "   And Alcman also says : [499] ''Oft-times
Athen_13.600   ing to Chamaeleon - that Alcman was the original poet of
Athen_14.624   nding names, such as Sambas in Alcman, and Adon, and Telus
Athen_14.637   comparative disuse." [637] And Alcman says- & And put away
Athen_14.638   the ancient songs & Of Alcman, and Stesichorus, and Simo
Athen_14.646   275;s is a name given by Alcman to some cheesecakes, as
Athen_14.648   called poltos , which Alcman mentions in the following
Athen_15.678   the songs of Thaletas and Alcman, and the paeans of Dionysodotus
Athen_15.680   And, Alcman mentions it in these lines
Athen_15.682   those which are called kalchai Alcman also mentions the kalchai in
LeonTar_7.19   7.19] & { G-P 57 } & On Alcman Alcman the graceful, the


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