Simonides


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Simonides

(saɪˈmɒnɪˌdiːz)
n
(Biography) ?556–?468 bc, Greek lyric poet and epigrammatist, noted for his odes to victory

Si•mon•i•des

(saɪˈmɒn ɪˌdiz)

n.
556?–468? B.C., Greek poet. Also called Simon′ides of Ce′os (ˈsi ɒs)
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Like Cephalus, he is limited in his point of view, and represents the proverbial stage of morality which has rules of life rather than principles; and he quotes Simonides as his father had quoted Pindar.
Victoria Bernero, Kevin Cooke, Rachel Simonides, Ryan Wojtalewicz, Alayna Fernandez
Simonides reflected that on more than one occasion he himself had eulogized some tyrant or other such person, not willingly but because he had to.
They cover from the refutation of drama to the drama of refutation; the castrato as a rhetorical figure; family, city or state, and theater: Carlo Gozzi and the rhetoric of conservatism; rhetoric and early modern Latin drama: the two tragedies by the "Polish Pindar" Simon Simonides (1558-1629): Castus Joseph and Pentesilea; verse games: meter and interactional German in the Baroque plays of Andreas Gryphius; and rhetoric and the culture net: transnational agencies of culture.
Ciceron da cuenta de esto en De oratore, donde uno de los participantes, antonio, narra que Simonides de ceos, el poeta lirico, es el inventor del metodo mnemotecnico conocido como arte de la memoria.
Overlay this with a "$16 trillion in wealth transfer that will occur over the next 20 years," says Phil Simonides, group vice president at McAdam LLC, a financial advisory firm in Philadelphia.
I here refer to an anecdote contained in Cicero's De oratore that indicates the poet Simonides of Ceos as being the inventor of such art (Yates 1999: 3).
The solo performance is a political, cultural and entertaining experience starring the Emmy Award-winner actor and director Yannis Simonides.
According to legend, a Greek poet named Simonides developed the memory palace technique over 2,500 years ago.
Fathers, moreover, often make quite literal accusations of witchcraft when speaking of unwanted suitors of their daughters, as does Brabantio in Othello, Egeus in A Midsummer Night's Dream, and King Simonides in Pericles (27).
Y para alcanzar su proposito Lucrecio se vale tanto de la filosofia de la naturaleza como de la poesia, mas cercana esta a la epica de Homero que a la lirica de Simonides y Alceo, quienes resaltaban principalmente el dolor y la finitud del hombre (8).
Una de las primeras comparaciones interartisticas se da en el enunciado "la poesia, pintura que habla; la pintura, poesia muda", de Simonides de Ceos (556 a.