EUMELUS


EUMELUS
I.
EUMELUS
Admeti Regis Theslaliae ex Alcesta uxore sil. Bocc. 1. 5. c. 43.
II.
EUMELUS
Corinthius, circa Olymp 9. Patriae scripsit historiam, etc. Vide Paus. in Corinth. Athen l. 7. p. 277. Varr. de Re Rustic. l 2. c. 5. Hier. Chron. Cyrill. c. Iul. Girald. dial. Hist. Poet. 3. Vosl. de Hilst. Groec. l. 1. c 5. l. 4. c. 1. de P. c. 3. etc. Nie. Lloydius. Amphilyti fuit fil Bacchiadarum generis, inter praecipuos, et vetustissimos Cycli Poetas habetur. Poeta autein Hilstoricus suit, et tam prosâ, quam versu claruit, reste Paulsaniâ. Inter opera cius recensentur, Bugoma et Europa. Item Νόςτος Ε῾λλήνων, quae fortasse pars fuerit Corinthicorum illius: Titanomachia porro aliaque. Sed nibil in Poetica eius γνήσιον dici posse, praeter προσῴδιον carmen in Delum, docet Salmas. ad Solin. p. 858. et seqq.
Reges Bithynioe et Pergami.
III.
EUMELUS
vit Troianus. Virg. Aen. l. 5. v. 664. Item Historieus corinthius, de quo vide Voss. de Hist. Groec. l. 4. c. 1.
Nunicus Anchisoe ad tumulum, cuneosque theatri
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