- THeSTORIDESLudimagister, sibi datam ad Homero (quem hospitiô exceperat) ἐλάττονα, i. e. Minorem, Iliadem pro sua venditavit, teste Herodotô in Vita Homeri: inter Cyclicos Sctiptores recesitus. Vide Salmas. ad Solin. p. 853. et surpa, vib de Cyclos Epico, Cypriis, ac Iliade parva.
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