Ibycus

Ibycus

[ib-i-kuhs]
noun
flourished c540 b.c, Greek poet.
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ibycus

Greek lyric poet, one of the nine lyric poets in the official list, or canon, drawn up by the scholars of Alexandria in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC, who edited his work in seven books, or papyrus rolls.

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