ANACREON

ANACREON
ANACREON
Poeta Lyricus, ex Teio, Ioniae civitate, circa 61. et 62. Olymp. Euseb. Suid. ut scriptis, ita et totô vitae genete, supra modum lascivus. Amavit inter ceteros puerum, nomine Bathyllum, insigni pulchritudine spectabilem. Horatius Epod. Od. 14. v. 9.
Non aliter Samiô dicunt arsisse Bathyllô
Anacreonta Teium.
Periit strangulatus acinô uvae passae, ut tradit Plin. l. 7. c. 7. In honore fuit apud Hipparchum, filium Philostrati et Polycratem Samiorum tyrannum, cuius etiam puerum Smerdiam dilexit. Aelian. l. 9. c. 4. Huius poema totum amatorium est, ut scribit Cicero, et lasciviae plenum. Ceterum de Anacreonte, una cum reliquis Graecis. ac Latinis Poetis veteribus, quorum scripta exstant, nos alibi. Nic. Lloydius. Vide etiam Herodot. l. 3. Pausan. in Att. l. 1. Strab. l. 14. Aelian. hist. var. l. 9. c. 4. Plin. l. 7. c. 7. Vosl. de Poet. Groec. c. 4. Nic. Lloydius.

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