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- We know little about Sappho, the Greek lyric poet who sang of love, girls and her love for girls, in the late 7th century BC. Her contemporary Alcaeus describes her as “crowned-with-violets, divine, sweet-smiling, Sappho”.
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- Lesbos island is well known for being the birth place of the dithyramb, the progenitor of tragedy, of two of the ancient poets Alcaeus and Sappho, the Nobel Prize poet Odysseas Elytis and lately as the main entrance of migrants into Greece.
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