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Antiphon (3)

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The Oxford Classical Dictionary
Author(s):

Andrew L. Brown

Antiphon (3), 

tragic poet put to death by Dionysius (1) I of Syracuse (Aristotle Rhetorica 2. 6). Anecdotes belonging to him are attached to Antiphon (1) in the biographical tradition (Philostratus Vitae sophistarum 1. 15. 3, etc.).

Bibliography

Tragicorum Graecorum Fragmenta 12. 193–6;Find this resource:

    Musa Tragica: Die griechische Tragödie von Thespis bis Ezechiel 128–33, 286–7.Find this resource:

      Andrew L. Brown