Archilochus   - in ancient sources @

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  Archilochus   of Paros - an early Greek poet, (?) 7th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:Fr_80 londas, the killer of the poet Archilochus. [81] & {84 DF}
Aelian:NA_12.9 the ceryl in the passage of Archilochus [fr. 49 D] ,
AnthPal_7.71 ETULICUS & { F 4 } & On Archilochus This tomb by the sea
AnthPal_7.674 & This is the tomb of Archilochus, whom the Muse, out
AnthPal_9.185 and sonorous iambics of Archilochus, the venom of wrath
AntipThes_11.20 in honour of the birthday of Archilochus and virile Home
Athen_4.167 whom mention is made by Archilochus; "for he, out of his
Athen_10.415 book of his History; and Archilochus, in his Tetrameters,
Athen_12.523 ilon;ς. And Archilochus the poet marvelled beyond
Athen_13.594 Dear to all"]. And Archilochus mentions her in the followi
Athen_13.599 Sappho, has represented Archilochus and Hipponax as the
Athen_14.620 ose also of Hesiodus and Archilochus, and also of Mimnermu
Athen_14.627 good qualities. Archilochus accordingly, who was a dist
Athen_14.628 good order." Accordingly Archilochus says - & I, all
Athen_14.637 ive, who was a contemporary of Archilochus, and lived in
Athen_14.639 over, the poems of Archilochus, and that on fieldfares,
Athen_14.653 n;&ῆ, generous, as Archilochus also uses the word-
DioscEpigr_7.351 the holy islands ; but Archilochus poured on our family
Julian:Mis_337 But Alcaeus and Archilochus of Paros the god did not
Meleager_4.1 & ; and the flower of Archilochus' crisp-haired cardoon
Meleager_7.352 nder ground ; but bitter Archilochus poured floods of abus
Philoch_43 about Strymē, and cites Archilochus as evidence.
Plut:Demetr_35 ever - like the woman in Archilochus, Whose right hand
Plut:Phoc_7 men (to use the words of Archilochus) appearing justly to

  Archilochus 2   of Corcyra - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 544 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_201 race 59th [544 B.C.] - Archilochus of Corcyra, stadion

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