Herondas

Herondas:

see HerodasHerodas
, fl. 3d cent. B.C., Greek poet. He wrote realistic mimes in choliambic verse often depicting bawdy situations. A papyrus containing some 700 readable lines by Herodes is extant. His name is also spelled Herodes or Herondas.
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80) owing little to the ostensible model, Herondas. 'Documentation' is often invented: the fifteenth century' quotations of 'Le Papier-rouge' are pure fiction, a key hypotext is Merimee's Carmen.
In the Palatine Anthology Herondas writes, "O stranger,
466 [sections] 796 and Headlam's note on Herondas 3.27 for the Greek view of such people.
Schmidt, Sprachliche Untersuchungen zu Herondas (Berlin, 1968) p.
In the Palatine Anthology Herondas writes, "O stranger, stay clear of the horrible tomb of Hipponax...