Epilycus

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Epilycus (Greek: Ἐπίλυκος) was an Athenian comic poet of the Old Comedy. He is mentioned by an ancient grammarian in connection with Aristophanes and Philyllius. Of his play Kôraliskos, a few fragments are preserved.[1]

An epic poet of the same name, a brother of the comic poet Crates, is mentioned by Suidas.[2]

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  1. ^ Suid. s. v.; Athen. iv. pp. 133, b., 140, a., xiv. p. 650, c., xv. p. 691, c.; Bekker, Anecd. p. 411. 17; Phot. Lex. s. V. tettigonion; Meineke, Frag. Com. Graec. vol. i. p. 269, ii. pp. 887, 889; Bergk, de Reliq. Com. Att. Ant. p. 431. (cited by Smith)
  2. ^ s. v. Kratês (cited by Smith)