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"Hesiod" - Greek poet, 8th century B.C.
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other of Ajax. And Hesiodus says that he also married Hippe
too, that Boeotian Hesiod, master of all lore, left his
of the Gymnasium. Hesiodus, also, in the third book of
Homer, but those also of Hesiodus and Archilochus, and als
a" of Aratus. Hesiod's is the theme and Hesiod's the
true, in that precept of Hesiod, so much admired by the
he altered the lines of Hesiodus thus [ Op_293 ]: & He
him the statements in Hesiodus respecting Chaos [Theog_
(c. 200) ses referring to the poet Hesiod and his brother. H
the words of Homer [ ? Hesiodus, Op_66 ]what is the natu
ther in the poems of Homer and Hesiodus. And since she,
Melite, who according to Hesiodus was the daughter of Myrm
was an admirer of Hesiodus, as Callimachus indicates in
say he was more an imitator of Hesiodus. 5. Comment in the
ived at the same time as Hesiodus, though some also attrib
ived at the same time as Hesiodus, though he was not the
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