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The critical literature on Prometheus, the philanthropic demi-god
Boeotian poet, believed to have lived in the eighth century B.C.
A Penn State Electronic Classics Series Publication
pose, versified proverbs and precepts relating to life in gen- eral, agricultural maxims, weather-lore, and the like.
The Salt Companion to John Tranter
Odes of the Boeotian poet Pindar, official recorder and in a sense arbiter of Greek city-state rivalries.
Boeotia in the ninth century B.C., is said to have called him "the pastoral Apollo," while in the.
Boeotian writers like the poet Hesiod integrated their human figures more into a landscape.

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Category:Ancient Boeotian poets - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Pages in category "Ancient Boeotian poets". The following 3 pages are in this category, out of 3 total. This list may not reflect recent changes (learn more).
Hesiod - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
This article discusses the ancient Greek poet Hesiod.
Boeotia - in ancient sources @
Attalus index of names: Boeotia. race Pas... of Boeotia, in the long race Timarchus of.
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A Phrase of a Boeotian Poet

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