Epigonus of Thessalonica

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Epigonus of Thessalonica (dates unknown[1]) is an epigrammatist quoted in the Greek Anthology. Both the Palatine and Planudean codices attribute AP 9.261, an epigram on an ageing vine, to Epigonus; the Planudean codex attributes two more poems to him.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Argentieri, Lorenzo (2007). "Meleager and Philip as epigram collectors". Brills's Companion to Hellenistic Epigram. p. 160. 
  2. ^ Ypsilanti, Maria (2006). "Lais and her Mirror". Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. 49 (1): 197.