Anaximenes (2) of Lampsacu (c. 380–320
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Anonymus Antatticista (Ἀνταττικιστής), a contemporary opponent of *Phrynichus (3) the Atticist, who cites from good, but not always Attic, writers many words which Phrynichus condemns.
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Anonymus Seguerianus wrote a treatise on the formal style (πολιτικὸς λόγος), which contains frequent references to the work of *Alexander (12) son of Numenius.
Alan Douglas Edward Cameron and P. J. Parsons
John Francis Lockwood and Nigel Wilson
Antigenes, Attic *dithyrambic poet, who wrote a dedicatory poem for tripods won at the Dionysian competition (see
Antigone (1), daughter of *Oedipus and Iocasta, sister of *Eteocles, Polynices and Ismene.
*Sophocles (1)'s Antigone deals with events after the Theban War, in which Eteocles and Polynices killed one another (see
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Antigonus (4) of Carystus (fl. c. 240 BCE), writer and bronzeworker, lived at Athens and (apparently) at *Pergamum.
An inferior anecdotal collection survives: (a) Ἱστοριῶν παραδόξων συναγωγή, collection of paradoxical stories (see
A reliable biographer (see
Nicholas J. Richardson
Antinous (1), son of Eupeithes (Od. 1. 383), ringleader of *Penelope's suitors, and first to be killed by *Odysseus, whose kingship he is said to have wished to usurp (Od. 22. 8–53).
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Antipater (3), of Sidon, author of about 75 mainly funerary or ecphrastic epigrams in the Greek Anthology (see
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Antipater (5), of Thessalonica, wrote (at Rome) 80-odd graceful epigrams included in the Garland of *Philippus (2), ecphrastic, dedicatory, and funerary. A client of L. *Calpurnius Piso (2), consul 15
Antiphon (3), tragic poet put to death by *Dionysius (1) I of Syracuse (Arist. Rh. 2. 6). Anecdotes belonging to him are attached to *Antiphon (1) in the biographical tradition (Philostr. VS 1. 15. 3, etc. ).
Antonius Diogenes, Greek writer of ‘The Incredible Things Beyond *Thule’ (Τὰ ὑπὲρ Θούλην ἅπιστα), a novel (see