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  Euripides   - Athenian tragedian, who died in 406 B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_15   what he imagined. 3 Now Euripides spends his fondest efforts in
[Longin]:Subl_40   others, Aristophanes occasionally, Euripides almost always. 3
Aelian:Fr_246   Phoenix, subject of a play by Euripides. [247] & {245 DF}
Aelian:NA_3.15   out fear,' to quote what Euripides says [Ion 1198] of thos
Aelian:NA_3.17   ught in like clutches. [17] & Euripides says [fr. 403 N]
Aelian:NA_4.54   Nature, who according to Euripides ' takes no account of
Aelian:NA_5.2   So it seems that Euripides uncritically represented Poly
Aelian:NA_5.34   were, for itself. Even so does Euripides [fr. 311 N] sing
Aelian:NA_5.42   drips from the trees, just as Euripides [Bacc. 714] says
Aelian:NA_6.15   Laļus, ** my good Euripides, did not act so in the case
Aelian:NA_7.25   mirrors and of perfumes,' as Euripides says [Or. 1112]),
Aelian:NA_7.28   to outlive her. Euripides is not serious when he says
Aelian:NA_7.39   ] . And the same Euripides says in his Temenidae that
Aelian:NA_7.47   pha;; the word is mentioned by Euripides in his Peliades
Aelian:NA_12.7   hat of a lion. And Euripides suggests this when he says
Aelian:NA_12.44   esaid animals. And Euripides speaks of some ' marriage son
Aelian:NA_14.6   So it seems that Euripides bears witness to the unloveli
AnthPal_7.50   not, O poet, the path of Euripides, neither essay it, for
AnthPal_7.51   Neither dogs slew you, Euripides, nor the rage of women,
AnthPal_7.43-46 *   & { F 1 } & On Euripides Hail, Euripides, dwelling in
Apollod:Fr_35   Diod_13.103'4 & The death of Euripides. [36] & DiogLaert
Athen_2.38   are like a bull. Euripides says [ Bacchae_743 ] — & Fier
Athen_4.175   elodious strains of soft Euripides, & That every other mus
Athen_6.247   courtesan) mentioning Euripides (and Euripides is the
Athen_6.250   eus who is introduced by Euripides in his Suppliant Women
Athen_6.264   their masters. And Euripides, in his Phrixus, calls them
Athen_6.270   from him that the wise Euripides wrote - & Aphrodite abi
Athen_10.413   On which account Euripides says, in the first edition
Athen_10.421   from meditation;" and Euripides says- & I pleased my
Athen_10.422   ys- & Well did that wise Euripides oft speak, & And this
Athen_11.465   weep." On which account Euripides says that one of the
Athen_11.465   to their nature.'    Hence Euripides says that one of the
Athen_11.476   made of ivy-wood kissos in Euripides, Andromeda : [477] "All the
Athen_11.482   bring cylices to dinners, hasn't Euripides fought with kymbia ?" he
Athen_11.496   Critias the tyrant, or Euripides), saying,- & That with
Athen_11.496   one of the Thirty or Euripides; he speaks as follows :
Athen_11.498   the pleasant drink."   Euripides in Eurystheus used the
Athen_11.503   shadowed cooling-places."   Euripides in Phaëthon :
Athen_11.504   round among them."   Also Euripides in The Women of :
Athen_12.523   Timaeus asserts, and as Euripides says too in his play
Athen_12.537   sode in the Andromeda of Euripides, recited it in a declam
Athen_12.544   fumes, and to say that [ Euripides, Bacch_317 ] - & Even
Athen_13.557   one told Sophocles that Euripides was a woman-hater, 'He
Athen_13.561   dramatic philosopher, Euripides, some of which were the
Athen_13.566   the Spartans. And Euripides has said:- & Firstly, a form
Athen_13.582   ian, & Once when she saw Euripides in a garden, & Holding
Athen_13.585   Pandion's son. [ Euripides, Medea_1385 ] Phryne, too,
Athen_13.598-600 *   found destruction for Euripides, when he met the cruel
Athen_13.603   tes, equal to the addiction of Euripides for women. And
Athen_13.604   ject of gossip, and when Euripides was told about it he
Athen_13.608   their beauty (for, as Euripides says [ Heracles_678 ]-
Athen_14.613   through practice." And Euripides, in his Melanippe in
Athen_14.619   as we may gather from Euripides [ Her_348 ]." [11.]
Athen_14.640   the golden bee; - as Euripides says in his Cretan Wome
Athen_14.641   quite right. For Euripides says, when one looks on what
Athen_14.650   natural state. And Euripides, in the Cyclops, speaks of
Athen_14.652   ons, I do not think that Euripides is at all superior to
Athen_14.658   brought with me. And Euripides, in his Cyclops, speaks
Athen_15.665-668 *   - as the all-accomplished Euripides says, my good Timocrates -
Athen_15.677   then from me; for, as Euripides says,
Bianor_7.49   { G-P 1 } & On Euripides The Macedonian dust of the
Callim:Epigr_49   recite the "Bacchae" of Euripides next to a mask of Gapin
Cic:Acad_1.10   poets imitated Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides ? At all events I
Cic:Acad_2.89   all ? Or Hercules in Euripides, when he was transfixing his
Cic:DeOr_3.27   Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides; though almost equal
Cic:Tusc_1.65   I say, divine,) is, as Euripides more boldly expresses it, a
Cic:Tusc_1.115   [115]   which very opinion Euripides makes use of in his
Cic:Tusc_3.29   and on this account, what Euripides makes Theseus say, is much
Cic:Tusc_3.30   [30] But Euripides says that of himself, which
Cic:Tusc_3.59   for commending these verses of Euripides -
Cic:Tusc_3.67   fortune; as that person in Euripides -
Cic:Tusc_4.63   Socrates is reported, when Euripides was exhibiting his play
Cic:Tusc_4.71   and what he desires, in Euripides ? Lastly, what have the
DiogLaert_7.22   tly quoting the lines of Euripides on Capaneus, that [Supp
DiogLaert_7.179   tly to say [in parody of Euripides, Orest_540]: & In most
DiogLaert_7.180   whole of the Medeia of Euripides, and some one had his
DioscEpigr_11.195   The Temenidae of Euripides dealt with the feud between
Galen_17a.605   scripts of Sophocles and Euripides and Aeschylus, on the
Julian:Caes_313   leads the army's van?" [ Euripides, Phoen_120 ] Then he
Julian:Caes_331   recited the passage in Euripides beginning & "Alas how
Lucian:Macr_23   and uttered the line of Euripides: & "When Cadmus,
Philoch_124   itants of Sparta". Euripides says this through the charact
Plin:HN_37.31   were Aeschylus, Philoxenus, Euripides, Nicander and Satyrus.
Plin:HN_37.32   called the Rhone, while Euripides and Apollonius, for their
Plinius:Ep_4.27   rewell. (*) & A quotation from Euripides. [28] & To Vibiu
Plut:Demetr_14   ted to him that verse of Euripides, with a happy parody:
Plut:Demetr_45   enough, those verses of Euripides :- To Dirce's fountain
Plut:Mor_177   im, bade the boy give it Euripides ; and when the man wond
Plut:Mor_182   in your table-book?" [ Euripides, IphTaur.787 ] & When
Plut:Mor_837   begin three tragedies of Euripides: "Danaus, father
Plut:Mor_841   eschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides; and that their tragedi
Polyaen_7.41.1   was performing the Bacchae of Euripides. The actor had
Porph:Fr_40   same time, Sophocles and Euripides were in their prime and
Syll_1080   (c. 276-219) with the 'Herakles' by Euripides and the 'Antaios' by
Teles_48   I consider that Euripides { Supp_874 } very reasonably
THI_27   (c. 200)   d 13 are quoted from Euripides - 'Hippolytus' v.616
ValMax_3.4e.2   [4e.2]   What father Euripides had, or what mother Demosthenes
ValMax_3.7e.1   [7e.1]   Nor was Euripides to be accounted insolent at
ValMax_9.12e.4   unpleasant was the demise of Euripides. For returning to the house
Vit:Arat_1   etters which are attributed to Euripides. 2. The family


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