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Anyte of Tegea

Author Code: CAOT

Born: (?) c. 300 B.C. - Tegea, Arcadia, Greece

Died: (?) c. 260 B.C. - (?) Tegea, Arcadia, Greece

Arcadian poetess famous for her epigrams which have great charm and are some of the first pastoral descriptions of untamed nature in Greek literature. Her works also included epitaphs for animals. Some 18 of her epigrams survive plus some additional ones attributed to her, but of dubious origin. She was listed as one of the nine earthly muses by Antipater of Thessalonica and was also mentioned by Pausanias and Tatianus. All that is certainly known of her is that she lived at Tegea in Arcadia at the beginning of the third century B.C.

eBook Code Title/Sub-Title Pub. Yr Pages File Size Type Download Format Find Printed Copy
CAOT001 Poems
  Antibia
  To Athena - 1
  To Athena - 2
  A Bird
  A Dog
  A Dolphin
  Engraved on a Statue of Aphrodite
  Erato
  For a Fountain
  To a Girl
  The He-goat - 1
  The He-goat - 2
  Hermes of the Ways
  A Horse
  A Locust and a Cicada
  A Locust
  To Pan and the Nymphs
  Pan of the Fields
  A Persian Slave
  Philaenis
  Proarchus
  A Soldier
  Themistocles
  Thersis
  Three Girls
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