- Al·cae·us ( l-s s) fl. 611?-580 b.
- Alcaeus: Fragments 335 and 336
- Alcaeus: Fragments 335 and 338. William S. Annis.
- Did Sappho and Alcaeus ever meet?
- mythological themes evoked in singing the songs of Sappho and Alcaeus in various the question that I ask in the title: did Sappho and Alcaeus ever meet?
- Ippokratis KANTZIOS Alcaeus' Mnēmōn Hetaireia
- Ippokratis KANTZIOS. Alcaeus' Mnēmōn Hetaireia.
- A FRAGMENT OF ALCAEUS IN SENECA?
- Miszelle. A FRAGMENT OF ALCAEUS IN SENECA? na171 sive Graeco poetae credimus "aliquando et insanire iucundum est" eqs.
- Review of the Pediobius alcaeus Species Group (Insecta
- Review of the Pediobius alcaeus Species Group (Insecta: Hymenoptera: Eulophidae: Entedoninae) with.
- Canal Opening Brought Prosperity
- “Not houses finely roofed or the stones of walls well builded, nay canals and dockyards make the city, but men able to use their opportunity,"--Alcaeus. Benjamin Griggs built his gristmill in a fine location.
- Insula Lesbos – turism în lumea poetei Sappho
- Alcaeus, contemporan cu poeta, se referă la ea în termeni de genul "zâmbitoarea Sappho, cea cu părul vopsit în violet", pe când filosoful Maximus din Tyr scrie în memoriile sale că "Sappho era o femeie mică de statură şi negricioasă...".
- Alcaeus - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alcaeus may refer to: Alcaeus (comic poet), a writer of ten plays of the Old Comedy.
- Alcaeus of Mytilene - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
- Alcaeus and Sappho, Attic red-figure kalathos, ca.
- Pronunciation of alcaeus - how to pronounce alcaeus correctly.
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- Alcaeus makes frequent use of two particular stanzaic forms, the Alcaic and the Sapphic, on which see the General Introduction, note 3.
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