Corinna of Tanagra < Boeotia < Central Greece < Greece (6th c. BC - 5th c. BC)
|Name||Corinna of Tanagra < Boeotia < Central Greece < Greece|
|Date||6th c. BC - 5th c. BC|
As Subject: τάσδε θεογλώσσους ἑλικὼν ἔθρεψε γυναῖκ(ας) [1446-1455]
As Subject: Τάσδε θεογλώσσους Ἑλικὼν ἔθρεψε γυναῖκας
The Oxford Classical Dictionary (last accessed: 2019-07-03).
|Comment||Oxford Classical Dictionary: "Her traditional date has been contested. No Alexandrian scholar studied her work, and the earliest references to her belong to the 1st cent. bce (Anth. Pal. 9. 26; Prop. 2. 3. 21); the papyrus fragments consistently reflect the Boeotian orthography of the late 3rd cent. bce; her metre shows some affinities with Attic drama and her simple style is unlike that of Archaic choral poetry; the papyrus presents sporadic Atticisms."|