Tyrtaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek poet, 7th century B.C.
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do they wait for the poems of Tyrtaeus. And when a bull
wars recite the poems of Tyrtaeus, and move in time to tho
rtans a lame poet, named Tyrtaeus; who, being routed in
chose the Athenian poet Tyrtaeus to be their leader
thought of the poetry of Tyrtaeus?" he said, " I think it
so: Plutarch, Lyc_22'5]  & Tyrtaeus. Before a battle
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