MENIPPUS

MENIPPUS
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MENIPPUS
Phoenix Philosophus Cynicus, ex servo civis Thebanus, nihil memoriâ dignum edidit; porro ipse librique ridendi: Cumque habendi cupidissimus esset, bonis amissis laqueô viram finivit. Diogen. Laertius l. 6. Item Poeta Comicus. Suidas.
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MENIPPUS
Stratonicensis, in totâ Afiâ disertissimus, praeceptor Ciceronis, teste ipsô in Bruto, vide Strab. l. 14. Alium praeterea eius nominis Macrob. l. 1. c. 11. Saturn. adducit, quem Philosophum, et servum fuisse tradit: scripsisseque libros, quos in Satyris M. Varro imitatur. quas Menippeas nominavit. Alii vero Cynicas vocant. Item Athenis quidam, alendis equis famosus, dictusque Hirundo. De quo vide Scholia in Aristoph. A. ves. De variis autem Menippis vide Voss. de Hist. Graec. p. 388.

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