Callimachus Of Cyrene, Rd Century BCE, Became After A Teacher Of Grammar And Poetry At Alexandria He Was Made A Librarian In The New Library There And Prepared A Catalogue Of Its Books He Died About The Year Of His Large Published Output, Only Hymns, Epigrams, And Fragments Survive The Fragments Are In Loeb No The Hymns Are Very Learned And Artificial In Style The Epigrams Are Good They Are Also In The Loeb Greek Anthology VolumesLycophron Of Chalcis In Euboea Was A Contemporary Of Callimachus In Alexandria Where He Became Supervisor Of The Comedies Included In The New Library He Wrote A Treatise On These And Composed Tragedies And Other Poetry We Possess Alexandra Or Cassandra Wherein Cassandra Foretells The Fortune Of Troy And The Besieging Greeks This Poem Is A Curiosity A Showpiece Of Knowledge Of Obscure Stories, Names, And WordsAratus Of Soli In Cilicia, Ca BCE, Was A Didactic Poet At The Court Of Antigonus Gonatas Of Macedonia, Where He Wrote His Famous Astronomical Poem Phaenomena Appearances He Was For A Time In The Court Of Antiochus I Of Syria But Returned To Macedonia Phaenomena Was Highly Regarded In Antiquity It Was Translated Into Latin By Cicero, Germanicus Caesar, And Avienus
Callimachus 310 305 240 BCE Greek , Kallimakhos was a poet, critic, and scholar at the Library of Alexandria He was a native of the Greek colony of Cyrene, Libya.
- 496 pages
- Callimachus: Hymns and Epigrams, Lycophron and Aratus (Loeb Classical Library No. 129)
- Multiple languages
- 10 February 2019 Callimachus