Chionides (Greek: Χιονίδης or Χιωνίδης) an Athenian comic poet of the 5th century BC, contemporary of Magnes. The Suda says that Chionides flourished eight years before the Greco-Persian Wars, that is, 487 BC. But Augustus Meineke thinks that Chionides flourished no earlier than 460 BC. In confirmation of this date he quotes from Athenaeus, who quoted a fragment of Chionides' Πτωχοί (Beggars), which mentions Gnesippus, a poet contemporary with Cratinus. Aristotle also notes that Chionides "lived long after Epicharmus". But Athenaeus also noted that some critics at the time regarded Chionides' Πτωχοί as spurious. Similarly, some scholars (e.g. Heinrich Ritter) strongly argue against the genuineness of Aristotle's observations.

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  • Quiònides (Chionides Χιωνίδης o Χιονίδης) fou un poeta còmic atenenc de la vella comèdia que Suides situa al capdavant dels poetes d'aquest grup i diu que vivia vers el 487 aC. Les comèdies conegudes són: Ἥρωες, ΠτωΧοί, Πέρσαι ? i Ἀσσύριοι. (ca)
  • Chionidès (en grec ancien Χιονίδης / Chionídēs ou Χιωνίδης / Chiōnídēs) est un poète athénien de l'Ancienne Comédie. (fr)
  • Chionide (in greco antico: Χιωνίδης, Chionìdes; in latino: Chionides; Atene, 520 a.C. circa – dopo il 487 a.C.) è stato un commediografo ateniese. (it)
  • Chionides (Greek: Χιονίδης or Χιωνίδης) an Athenian comic poet of the 5th century BC, contemporary of Magnes. The Suda says that Chionides flourished eight years before the Greco-Persian Wars, that is, 487 BC. But Augustus Meineke thinks that Chionides flourished no earlier than 460 BC. In confirmation of this date he quotes from Athenaeus, who quoted a fragment of Chionides' Πτωχοί (Beggars), which mentions Gnesippus, a poet contemporary with Cratinus. Aristotle also notes that Chionides "lived long after Epicharmus". But Athenaeus also noted that some critics at the time regarded Chionides' Πτωχοί as spurious. Similarly, some scholars (e.g. Heinrich Ritter) strongly argue against the genuineness of Aristotle's observations. Titles of his Comedies: * Hρωες (Heroes), The Heroes * Πτωχοί (Ptochoi), Poor People, or Beggars * Πέρσαι (Persai), The Persians, or Ἁσσυριοι (Assyrioi), The Assyrians (en)
  • Хіонід (дав.-гр. Χιωνίδης; кінець VI століття до н. е. — середина V ст. до н. е.) — давньогрецький поет, представник давньої аттичної комедії. (uk)
  • 基奥尼德斯(英語:Chionides),约活动于公元前5世纪前后。古希腊阿提卡最早的喜剧诗人之一,他与侪辈诗人齐名,他于公元前487年在城邦酒神节上获得胜利。 (zh)
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  • Quiònides (Chionides Χιωνίδης o Χιονίδης) fou un poeta còmic atenenc de la vella comèdia que Suides situa al capdavant dels poetes d'aquest grup i diu que vivia vers el 487 aC. Les comèdies conegudes són: Ἥρωες, ΠτωΧοί, Πέρσαι ? i Ἀσσύριοι. (ca)
  • Chionidès (en grec ancien Χιονίδης / Chionídēs ou Χιωνίδης / Chiōnídēs) est un poète athénien de l'Ancienne Comédie. (fr)
  • Chionide (in greco antico: Χιωνίδης, Chionìdes; in latino: Chionides; Atene, 520 a.C. circa – dopo il 487 a.C.) è stato un commediografo ateniese. (it)
  • Хіонід (дав.-гр. Χιωνίδης; кінець VI століття до н. е. — середина V ст. до н. е.) — давньогрецький поет, представник давньої аттичної комедії. (uk)
  • 基奥尼德斯(英語:Chionides),约活动于公元前5世纪前后。古希腊阿提卡最早的喜剧诗人之一,他与侪辈诗人齐名,他于公元前487年在城邦酒神节上获得胜利。 (zh)
  • Chionides (Greek: Χιονίδης or Χιωνίδης) an Athenian comic poet of the 5th century BC, contemporary of Magnes. The Suda says that Chionides flourished eight years before the Greco-Persian Wars, that is, 487 BC. But Augustus Meineke thinks that Chionides flourished no earlier than 460 BC. In confirmation of this date he quotes from Athenaeus, who quoted a fragment of Chionides' Πτωχοί (Beggars), which mentions Gnesippus, a poet contemporary with Cratinus. Aristotle also notes that Chionides "lived long after Epicharmus". But Athenaeus also noted that some critics at the time regarded Chionides' Πτωχοί as spurious. Similarly, some scholars (e.g. Heinrich Ritter) strongly argue against the genuineness of Aristotle's observations. (en)
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  • Chionides (en)
  • Chionidès (fr)
  • Chionide (it)
  • Хіонід (uk)
  • 基奥尼德斯 (zh)
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