Alcaeus

Alcaeus

[al-see-uhs]
noun
1.
flourished c600 b.c, Greek poet of Mytilene.
2.
Classical Mythology. a son of Androgeus and a grandson of Minos.
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Alcaeus (ælˈsɪəs)
 
n
7th century bc, Greek lyric poet who wrote hymns, love songs, and political odes

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