BACCHYLIDES

BACCHYLIDES
I.
BACCHYLIDES
Ceus, Poeta Lyricus, Simonidis, e fratre nepos. Natus Iulide, in Insul. Cea. Circa Olymp. 82. Auctor hymnorum, Odarum et Epigrammatum, quorum fragmenta supersunt. Iuliano Apostatae in delitiis, unde plurima egregia, inprimis illud de Castitate, praecipuo hominis ornamento, decerpsit. Amm. Marcellin. Vide Voss. Poêt. Graec. c. 5. ad Olymp. 82. Eusebium, Chron. Nic. Lloydius.
II.
BACCHYLIDES
Tibicen Opuntius, cuius meminit Plato Comicus.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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