Simonides


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Simonides

?556--?468 bc, Greek lyric poet and epigrammatist, noted for his odes to victory
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Quizas es importante recordar que el tema de la memoria es un elemento central entre la relacion mito-poesia-pintura ya desde los postulados de simonides, anteriormente referido.
In line with this, firms need to provide Millennials with the opportunity to earn several licenses and designations, Simonides says.
I here refer to an anecdote contained in Cicero's De oratore that indicates the poet Simonides of Ceos as being the inventor of such art (Yates 1999: 3).
The solo performance is a political, cultural and entertaining experience starring the Emmy Award-winner actor and director Yannis Simonides.
The story of Constantine Simonides, a nineteenth-century forger of classical texts who duped "some of the most distinguished academics of the age," completes Richardson's background for The Authoress.
According to legend, a Greek poet named Simonides developed the memory palace technique over 2,500 years ago.
Fathers, moreover, often make quite literal accusations of witchcraft when speaking of unwanted suitors of their daughters, as does Brabantio in Othello, Egeus in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and King Simonides in Pericles (27).
Looking eastward might refresh jaded neo-classical tastes, as he wrote to his Hungarian Orientalist friend, Count Reviczki: "From my earliest years, I was charmed with the poetry of the Greeks; nothing, I then thought, could be more sublime than the Odes of Pindar, nothing sweeter than Anacreon, nothing more polished and elegant than the golden remains of Sappho, Archilochus, Alcaeus, and Simonides: but when I had tasted the poetry of the Arabs and Persians [...]" It was perhaps Welsh princely blood that made him dissatisfied with his post as tutor.