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Page 100 - Aristophanes, where the Scholiast, and Suidas from him, tell us of this (supposed second) Phrynichus the son of Melanthas, concerns the one and true Phrynichus the scholar of Thespis. The ancient poets...
Page 101 - Look out for yourself': by which he either means 'take care you don't overbalance yourself, or split up, or something of the kind'; or 'do look out what you're doing with that dangerous leg of yours!
Page 77 - Lexil. p. 64, dwells much upon the force of piaov, observing, " in no insect is flexibility more evident than in the wasp, where the lower part of its body is joined as it were by a point with the upper.
Page 15 - Agora, were transferred to the Pnyx, which throughout the great period of Athens in the fifth and fourth centuries Bc was certainly the place of meeting : cp.