Pindarus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pindarus   - Greek lyric poet of the 5th century B.C., called Pindar in English
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[Longin]:Subl_33   to be Bacchylides rather than Pindar, or in tragedy Ion of
Aelian:NA_7.19   urse with women - a fact which Pindar [fr. 201 S] appears
AnthPal_9.184   Anonymous & { F 36a } & Pindar, holy mouth of the Muses,
AnthPal_9.571   On the Nine Lyric Poets Pindar screamed & loud from Theb
AntipSid_7.34   { G-P 18 } & On Pindar This earth holds Pindar, the Pie
AntipThes_9.26   Anthedon a little before Pindar whom she is said to have
AntipThes_16.305   } & On a Portrait of Pindar As much as the trumpet out
Athen_1.19   there is no statue to Pindarus, though there is one to
Athen_4.154   Perseus, spoken of by Pindarus, then it is acuted on
Athen_6.250   some of them took one of Pindarus' and sang it; but he,
Athen_11.467   your san-bearer (racer)."   Pindar says : "Erstwhile there
Athen_11.476   old as drinking from horns. Pindar, for example, says of the
Athen_11.480   Attic cylices are mentioned by Pindar in these verses : "I
Athen_11.490   in calling them Peleiades, as Pindar does { Nem. }: 'And
Athen_11.782   wisdom, every man's senses, as Pindar says : "When the wearisome
Athen_12.512   And Pindar, giving advice to Hieron the
Athen_13.561   ome one else quoted from Pindarus:- & Let it be my fate
Athen_13.564   the magnificent Pindarus says:- & The man who gazes on
Athen_13.573   ates, in his treatise on Pindarus), whenever the city addr
Athen_13.601   erce dominion. And Pindarus, who was of an exceedingly amo
Athen_14.625   time of Simonides and Pindar, but subsequently it fell
Athen_14.631   room for delay. And Pindar says - & The Lacedaemon
Athen_14.635   ectrum; on which account Pindar, in his scolium addressed
Athen_14.641   course. But it is Pindar who said - & And trōgalon
LeonTar_7.35   { G-P 99 } & On Pindar Congenial to strangers and dear
Plin:HN_7.109   and home of the poet Pindar to be spared; and he
Plut:Arat_1   beauty", to make use of Pindarus' expression; who, like
Plut:Demetr_42   justice, according to Pindarus, " Is the rightful sover
Polyaen_5.46.1   aeans of Stesichorus and Pindarus, and I wanted to sing
PsCallisth_1.46   off youth, & The tomb of Pindar he did not destroy, & For
ValMax_9.12e.7   [12e.7]   But Pindar laying down his head in

  Pindarus 2   - tyrant of Ephesus, 6th century B.C.
Polyaen_6.50.1 set their brother free. [50] Pindarus. When Croesus the

  Pindarus   - in documents
PLond_2052 and write to us. Pindaros, Lycian, about 29 years of age
SelPap_1.109 you will kindly send me Pindarus, the field-guard at


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