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He spent some time, together with Antagoras and Aratus, at the court of Antigonus Gonatas. He is also mentioned among the poets of the Pleiad in all the lists except that of Tzetzes. The number of his dramas is uniformly stated as fifty. If, therefore, the view is correct, that he brought out his tragedy of Mausolus at the funeral of the Carian prince in B.
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He is placed among the poets of the Pleiad by a scholiast on Hephaestion, as well as by Suidas ; but, in the other three lists, the name of Aeantides appears instead of Sosiphanes.
After the death of his father, his mother married the orator Isocrates, who adopted Aphareus as his so, and is said to have written judicial and deliberative speeches.
Phrynichus of Athens 4. We have no precise information about the time at which he lived, but the time when he flourished may be fixed about B.
Of Chalcis in Euboea, an eminent grammarian and poet, was the son of Polymnetus, and was born, according to Suidas in the th Olympiad, when Pyrrhus was defeated by the Romans, B. Apolodro Tarsus, a tragic poet, was, according to Strabo, the best of the poets in the “Tragic Pleiad” of the Alexandrian grammarians. He lived in the time of the second Ptolemy.
Pliny states that his portrait was painted in the attitude of meditation by Protogenes, who is known to have been still alive in B. Army of Alexander the Great Total Tragedies: Apolodoroo of Syracuse 2.
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He had previously, in B. Athens Five of the Canon: Apollodorus of Tarsus There is much difficulty as to the proper reading of the numbers of plays and victories ascribed to him. His grandfather had a great affection for him and endeavoured to train him as the inheritor of his own skill in the art of tragedy. Sosiphanes of Syracuse apoloeoro.
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Philocles the Younger He was instructed in philosophy by Lacydes, who nourished about B. It was not till after he had obtained renown in rhetoric, that he turned his attention to tragedy. He wrote 42 dramas, of which we know nothing, except that the Themistocleswhich is enumerated among the plays of Philiscus the comic poet, ought probably to be ascribed to him: Alcimenes of Megara 2.
It may be assumed that he lived at Athens, and the fragments of his poetry which remain afford abundant apooodoro, that he was trained atenzs the loose morality which marked Athenian society at that period, and that his taste was formed after the model of that debased and florid poetry which Euripides first introduced by his innovations on the drama of Aeschylus and Sophocles, and which was carried to its height by the dithyrambic poets of the age.
Neophron of Sicyon Lycophron of Chalcis 7. The tragedies which are referred to by the ancients under the name of Carcinus, probably all belong to the younger Carcinus. Five of the Canon: Euripides the Younger Theodectes devoted himself, during the first part of his life, entirely to rhetoric, and afterwards he turned his attention to tragic poetry, but his dramatic works partook largely of the rhetorical character, so that, while in tragedy he may be regarded as, apolodkro some extent, an imitator of Euripides, he must be atrnas, in his whole literary character, as the disciple of Isocrates, whose style he is said to have followed very closely.
A tragic poet, whom Plutarch, Philostratus, and others, confound with the Attic orator Antiphon, who was put to death at Athens in B.
Philocles the Elder A tragic poet, of whom we find nothing recorded except the interesting fact of his being so fond of lupines, that he would eat them, husks and all. Of Corcyra, a distinguished tragic poet, and one of the seven who formed the Tragic Pleiad, was also a priest of Dionysus, and in that character he atenxs present at the coronation procession of Ptolemy Philadelphus in B. Euphorion wrote numerous works, both in poetry and prose, relating chiefly to mythological history.
Popular as xtenas dramas were, on account of their adaptation to the taste of his contemporaries, it is probable, from the fragments which survive, that they would be condemned df a sound aesthetic criticism, as characterised by the lax morality and the sophistical rhetoric of the schools of Euripides and Isocrates.
If the latter really belonged to the Tragic Pleiad, he must have been the oldest of the seven poets in it. As a poet, Lycophron obtained a place in the Tragic Pleiad; but there is scarcely a fragment of his tragedies extant. Aphareus gained four prizes in tragedy, two at the Dionysia and two at the Lenaea. Besides the mention of his Dioscuri in the above passage, and seven lines of his, preserved by Stobaeus, we have no information concerning him.
Alexander of Aetolia 3. The writings of Timon are represented as very numerous. A dithyrambic poet of the most flourishing period of the later Athenian dithyramb, and also skilful as a painter, was contemporary with Philoxenus, Timotheus, and Telestes, about Ol.