Hipponax - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Ephesus - Greek poet, 6th century B.C.
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iota;α, and you may hear Hipponax in some passage
passes by the tomb of Hipponax should pray his corpse
return again. But Hipponax calls this pellis; saying,-
of Training, says that Hipponax the poet was not only
represented Archilochus and Hipponax as the lovers of
and Telus. And in Hipponax we find Cion, and Codalus, and
ythermus whom Ananius or Hipponax mentions in his Iambics
led attanites. And Hipponax mentions the attanites in the
even in the mouth of a Hipponax, possess grace, the subj
nnected composition generally. Hipponax is a case in point
to rest, the spite of Hipponax that snarled even at his
this terrible tomb of Hipponax, which hails forth verse
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