Hipponax


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Hipponax

(hĭpō`năks), fl. 540 B.C., Greek iambic poet. Banished from Ephesus after insulting the tyrants there, he went to live in Clazomenae. He is believed to have been the inventor of the choliambic, or "limping" iambic verse. He wrote spirited satire, fragments of which are extant.
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The taking of a modern steamship about the world (though one would not minimize its responsibilities) has not the same quality of intimacy with nature, which, after all, is an indispensable condition to the building up of an art.
2011), "The Traffic in Women: from Homer to Hipponax, from War to Commerce," in Greek Prostitutes in the Ancient Mediterranean, 800 BCE-200 CE, ed.
La revelacion, por ejemplo, de la existencia del poeta pre-helenico Irwik Hegemon pasa por La Habana de los anos 20, en un documento escrito en bantu que a su vez es la traduccion del guarani de "una memoria del poeta bizantino Paolo Silenziario al historiador Psellos" (416), en que se reproducia una carta de Varron o Elio Estilon; esta incluia un fragmento de una cita de Hipponax de Efeso en la que este copiaba los poemas de Hegemon.
Through his own virulent invective against the sexualized body in Epodes 8 and 12, Horace participates in the style of iambos most associated with the archaic exemplars Archilochus, Hipponax, and Semonides.
Also discussed are the iambic poetry of Hipponax, obscenity in Greek Old Comedy, wider attitudes on obscenity in the Hellenic world as gleaned from historians such as Herodotus, and the question of obscenity in the court of law.
The two subdivisions represented by Linnavuori's niokanus, pseudobrunnescens and hipponax and the other by nigriventris, brunnascens, basalis and minor appear to play sister group and out group relationship with each other and appear neatly held together by the synapomorphies such as lateral margins of pronotum at least slightly curved or convex.
Vervolgens word die die digters Archilochos, Semonides, Solon, Hipponax, Skuthinos en Kallimachos agtereenvolgens bespreek en hul fragmente vertaal en toegelig.
This is a variation on a poem by the vitriolic iambic poet Hipponax (c.
Statistics may be hazardous when applied to such a faulty corpus, but if we first consider musical instruments and musicians, with the exception of the various occurrences in the Theognidea, (1) whose dating is neither uniform nor certain, in the extant elegies and iambi we only find a few isolated references, such as [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII] in Hipponax 79.
First Robert Seidel analyses the poem Hipponax ad Asterien, a Latin work written in his youth by Martin Opitz (1597-1639), who established humanistic ideals in German vernacular poetry.
This Greek word appears in Hipponax, a sixth-century B.