Eugammon of Cyrene

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Eugammon of Cyrene (Greek: Εὐγάμων ὁ Κυρηναίος) was an early Greek poet to whom the epic Telegony was ascribed. According to Clement of Alexandria, he stole the poem from the legendary early poet Musaeus; meaning, possibly, that a version of a long-existing traditional epic was written down by Eugammon. He is said to have flourished 567/6 BC.[1][2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Eusebius, Chronicle, "Olympiad", 53.2.
  2. ^ Clement of Alexandria. Stromata, 6.25.2.