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Bacchylides (/bəˈkɪlᵻˌdiːz/; Greek: Βακχυλίδης, Bakkhylídēs; fl. 5th century BC) was a Greek lyric poet. Later Greeks included him in the canonical list of nine lyric poets which included his uncle Simonides. The elegance and polished style of his lyrics have been noted in Bacchylidean scholarship since at least Longinus. Some scholars, however, have characterized these qualities as superficial charm. He has often been compared unfavourably with his contemporary, Pindar, as "a kind of Boccherini to Pindar's Haydn", yet the differences in their styles doesn't allow for easy comparison and "to blame Bacchylides for not being Pindar is as childish a judgement as to condemn...Marvel for missing the grandeur of Milton." His career coincided with the ascendency of dramatic styles of poetry, as e

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  • Bakchylides von Keos (griechisch Βακχυλίδης Bakchylídēs, latinisiert Bacchylides; * um 520/516 v. Chr. in Iulis auf Keos; † um 451 v. Chr.) war ein lyrischer Dichter. Er wurde von den hellenistischen Gelehrten Alexandrias zum Kanon der neun Lyriker Griechenlands gezählt.
  • Baquílides de Ceos, en griego Βακχυλίδης (Iulis, isla de Ceos ¿565 - 430? a. C.?), fue un poeta lírico griego de los siglos VI-V a. C.
  • Bacchylide, en grec ancien Βακχυλίδης / Bakkhylídês (début du Ve siècle av. J.-C.), est un poète lyrique grec.
  • Bacchylides, een Grieks lierdichter, werd geboren rond 520 v.Chr. op Keos, net als zijn oom Simonides, met wie hij samen heeft verbleven te Athene, en daarna te Syracuse (zie ook Simonides). Als getalenteerd dichter was hij herhaaldelijk een geduchte concurrent van Pindarus, voor wiens neus hij wel eens gewichtige opdrachten wegkaapte. De overlijdensdatum van Bacchylides is niet bekend.
  • バッキュリデース(古希: Βακχυλίδης, Bakkhylidēs、紀元前520年頃 - 450年)は古代ギリシアの抒情詩人である。長母音を省略してバッキュリデスとも表記される。古代ギリシアの9歌唱詩人の一人に数えられる。ディオニューソスの神話をうたった『ディテュランボス』(ディオニューソス讃歌)に加え、多数の祝勝歌で知られる。
  • Bakchylides z Keos (stgr. Βακχυλίδης; ur. ok. 516 p.n.e. - zm. 450 p.n.e.) – liryczny poeta grecki, siostrzeniec poety Symonidesa z Keos. Był autorem dytyrambów i epinikiów. Jego styl odznaczał się prostotą i jasnością, mniej w nim patosu i gwałtowności. Dytyramby jego autorstwa mają charakter ballad. Tematycznie jego utwory związane są z mitami ateńskimi. Wśród jego utworów znajduje się m.in. dytyramb o Tezeuszu, który jest dialogiem pomiędzy królem Egeuszem i chórem. Utwory Bakchylidesa odnaleziono w 1896 r. w Egipcie w postaci 20 papirusowych zwojów.
  • Baquílides (em grego: Βακχυλίδης, transl. Bakkhylídēs) foi um poeta lírico grego, que, como Píndaro, compunha odes corais. Viveu entre cerca de 520 e 450 a.C. Era sobrinho de Simónides de Ceos; ambos eram naturais de Iúlis, uma das quatro cidades (tetrápolis) que compunham Ceos, uma das Cíclades, grupo de ilhas no Mar Egeu.
  • Вакхили́д (Бакхили́д, др.-греч. Βακχυλίδης, ок. 516 — ок. 450 до н. э.), греческий поэт, представитель торжественной хоровой лирики. Был включен в канонический список Девяти лириков учеными эллинистической Александрии.
  • 巴库利德斯(英语:Bacchylides 英语发音:/bəˈkɪlɨˌdiːz/,古希腊语:Βακχυλίδης),约活动于公元前5世纪前后。古希腊抒情诗人之一,他常于进行抒情表达。与品达齐名,他的生平事迹历史记载较为简略,其作品文采斐然,感情细致,成为许多后世学者所研究的古希腊著名诗人之一。
  • Bacchylides (/bəˈkɪlᵻˌdiːz/; Greek: Βακχυλίδης, Bakkhylídēs; fl. 5th century BC) was a Greek lyric poet. Later Greeks included him in the canonical list of nine lyric poets which included his uncle Simonides. The elegance and polished style of his lyrics have been noted in Bacchylidean scholarship since at least Longinus. Some scholars, however, have characterized these qualities as superficial charm. He has often been compared unfavourably with his contemporary, Pindar, as "a kind of Boccherini to Pindar's Haydn", yet the differences in their styles doesn't allow for easy comparison and "to blame Bacchylides for not being Pindar is as childish a judgement as to condemn...Marvel for missing the grandeur of Milton." His career coincided with the ascendency of dramatic styles of poetry, as e
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