EPICHARMUS

EPICHARMUS
EPICHARMUS
Tityri (ut Suid, scribit) vel Chimari fil. Siculus, Olymp. 84. Poeta Comicus, et Philosophus, cui nonnulli inventum Comoediae tribuunt, Pychagorae auditor. Horat. l. 2. Ep. 1. v. 58.
Plautus ad exemplum Siculi properare Epicharmi.
Ο῝ς παισίν χρήσιμα εἶπε, qui pueris utilia praecepit, quemadmodum de eo Theocritus dixit. Eum saepecommemorat Marcus Tullius, eiusqueve versus non raro producit, ut l. 1. ad Attic. utcrebro mihi vafer ille Siculus insusurret Epicharmus cantilenam illam suam, Νῆφε, καὶ μέμνασο ἀπιςτεῖν. Quae verba sic Laine reddidit Qu. Frater de petit. Consul. ad Marcum, Quamobrem Ε᾿πιχαρμεῖον, illud teneto, nervos, atque artus esse sapientiae non temere credere. Et primo Tusculanarum: Sed tu mihi videris Epichar mi, non insulsi hominis, ut Siculi, sententiam sequi. quam? non enim novi. Dicam si potero Latine, etc. Emori nolo, sed mie esse mortuum nihil aestimo, Plures comoedias scripsit, quas Plaronem suum in usum convertisse dicunt. Illum porro de naeura rerum, sententias, et de Medicina scripsisse refert, Diog. in eius vita. Obiit Aet. 97. inventor literarum Θ et X Aristor. Plin. l. 7. c. 56. Vide Henr. Steph. de Poet. Phil. sragm. Nic. Lloyd.

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