Anacreon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Teos - a lyric poet, 6th century B.C.
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lyre called barbitos was of Anacreon. But since you are
And the exquisite Anacreon says- & I do not love the man
was a rival in love of Anacreon the poet; and once, in
low. And what says Anacreon? & Oh, boy, as maiden fair,
Athen_* 13.598-600 *
the honey-voiced Anacreon contended for her [Sappho],
not exist in the time of Anacreon (for instruments with
people the passage in Anacreon which is the subject of
caenetus, nor of that of Anacreon; and he showed that he
of poetry, Alcaeus and Anacreon;  as Aristophanes
ing to me, & Of old Alcaeus or Anacreon. Praxilla, the Sic
are shown in red  Anacreon the poet composed many
black," as the poet of Teos [ Anacreon ] said. Enough of
historian [ 1.163 ] and Anacreon the song-writer, but som
-seven years.  Anacreon, the lyric poet, lived eighty-
arland of withes, mentioned by Anacreon.  & SCHOLIAST
magadis, which is mentioned by Anacreon. [ - ] [284.K] &
- a Greek poet; author of a poem called "Phaenomena"
sus, Alexander Lycaites, Anacreon, Artemidorus and Hipparc
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