DIPHILUS


DIPHILUS
   a Greek comic poet, born at Sinope; contemporary of Menander; was the forerunner of Terence and Plautus, the Roman poets.

The Nuttall Encyclopaedia. . 1907.

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  • DIPHILUS — Atheniensis Imp. A. U. C. 311. Item architectus in perducendis ad finem operibus tardissimus, adeo ut locum fecerit proverbio, Diphilo tardior. Cic. ad Qu. fratrem l. 3 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Diphilus — ▪ Greek poet born c. 360–350 BC, Sinope [now in Turkey]       major poet of Greek New Comedy and a significant influence on the Roman playwrights Plautus and Terence.       Diphilus lived most of his life in Athens, and his death was commemorated …   Universalium

  • Diphilus (physician) — Diphilus, (Greek: Δίφιλος), a Greek physician of Siphnus, one of the Cyclades, who was a contemporary of Lysimachus, king of Thrace, about the beginning of the 3rd century BC.[1] He wrote a work entitled, On Diet fit for Persons in good and bad… …   Wikipedia

  • DIPHILUS Sinopensis — Comic. paulo iunior Menandro. Vide Voss. de Poet. Gr. c. 8. p. 60. et 61. nec non de Hist. Gr. l. 3. p. 360 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • ДИФИЛ —    • Diphilus,          Δίφιλος, из Синопы, писатель новой аттической комедии, современник Менандра и Филемона, жил в Афинах и умер в Смирне. Он написал, говорят, 100 комедий, из которых почти 50 известны еще по заглавиям и отдельным отрывкам.… …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

  • Ancient Greek comedy — Detail, side A from a Silician red figured calyx krater (c. 350 BC–340 BC). Ancient Greek comedy was one of the final three principal dramatic forms in the theatre of classical Greece (the others being tragedy and the satyr play). Athenian comedy …   Wikipedia

  • Menander — For other meanings of Menander, see Menander (disambiguation). Bust of Menander. Menander (Greek: Μένανδρος, Menandros; ca. 342–291 BC), Greek dramatist, the best known representative of Athenian New Comedy, was the son of well to do parents; his …   Wikipedia

  • ARISTOPHANES — I. ARISTOPHANES Arhcon Athenis, Olympiadis centesimae duodecimae annô secundô. Diodor. Sic. l. 17. c. 49. II. ARISTOPHANES Byzantinus Grammaticus, Callimachum senem puet audivit, adultior vero Zenodorum, Dionysium item Iambum, et Euphronida… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale


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