Sappho

[Pacini] Lindisfarne Gospel image originally from Wikimedia. Slight edit with photoshop by Andy V Byers == Licensing: == ...
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Sappho

Greek lyric poet and one of the few known female poets of the ancient world; born ca. 630 BCE to Skamandronymos (father) and Kleis (mother); she was of aristocrat birth and married a prosperous merchant, Kerhylas of Andros; she had a daughter named Kleis; Sappho lived in the city of Mytilene on the island of Lesbos; Sappho's poetry is concerned wit...
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Sappho

[n] - the Greek lyric poet of Lesbos
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Sappho

(c. 610-c. 580 BC) Greek lyric poet. A native of Lesbos and contemporary of the poet Alcaeus, she was famed for her female eroticism (hence lesbianism). The surviving fragments of her poems express a keen sense of...
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Sappho

Sap'pho noun [ See Sapphic .] (Zoology) Any one of several species of brilliant South American humming birds of the genus Sappho , having very bright- colored and deeply forked tails; -- called also firetail .
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sappho

<ornithology> Any one of several species of brilliant South American humming birds of the genus Sappho, having very bright-coloured and deeply forked tails. ... Synonym: firetail. ... See: Sapphic. ... Source: Websters Dictionary ... (01 Mar 1998) ...
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Sappho

noun the Greek lyric poet of Lesbos; much admired although only fragments of her poetry have been preserved (6th century BC)
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Sappho

• (n.) Any one of several species of brilliant South American humming birds of the genus Sappho, having very bright-colored and deeply forked tails; -- called also firetail.
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Sappho

(from the article `Carman, Bliss`) ...Low Tide on Grand Pré (1893); three series of Songs from Vagabondia (1894, 1896, 1901), written in collaboration with Richard Hovey, a poet whom ...
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Sappho

(from the article `Grillparzer, Franz`) ...`fate tragedy` (Schicksalsdrama), but the characters are themselves ultimately responsible for their own destruction. A striking advance was the ...
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Sappho

Greek lyric poet greatly admired in all ages for the beauty of her writing style. She ranks with Archilochus and Alcaeus, among Greek poets, for her ... [5 related articles]
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Sappho

[organisation] The club, whose namesake was the poet Sappho of Lesbos, met every Tuesday at The Chepstow, a public house in the Notting Hill district of London. The group advertised their meetings in the magazines Time Out London and City Limits. Until 1981, the club published an eponymous monthly magazine with a peak circulation of about 1...
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Sappho

Sappho (săf'ō) , fl. early 6th cent. B.C., greatest of the early Greek lyric poets (Plato calls her “the tenth Muse”), b. Mytilene on Lesbos. Facts about her life are scant. She was an aristocrat, who wrote poetry for her circle of friends, mostly but not exclusively wome...
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Sappho

Sappho is an asteroid discovered on May the 2nd 1864 by Pogson. Combined observations of its opposition in 1899 yielded an approximately exact value for the sun's parallax.
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Sappho

Greek lyric poet. A native of Lesbos and contemporary of the poet Alcaeus, she was famed for her female eroticism (hence lesbianism). The surviving fragments of her poems express a keen sense of loss, and delight in the worship of the goddess Aphrodite
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Sappho

[disambiguation] Sappho (died ca. 570 BC) was an ancient Greek poet. Sappho may also refer to: ==Places== ==Ships== ==Dramatic works== ==Other== ...
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Sappho

[asteroid] ==Summary== Beautiful revolving sphincter, oops brown painting by Damien Hirst (2003). Household gloss paint on canvas, 72` diameter. Shown in Hirst`s first museum survey, The Agony and the Ecstasy,at the Museo Archeologico Nazionale di Napoli in 2005.``The Guardian, January 11, 2005 400 x 372 pixels, 19.3KB. Low resolution, Fair...
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Sappho

Sappho (oʊ; Attic Greek Σαπφώ sapːʰɔ̌ː, Aeolic Greek Ψάπφω, Psappho psápːʰɔː) was a Greek lyric poet, born on the island of Lesbos. The Alexandrians included her in the list of nine lyric poets. Her birth was sometime between 630 and 612 BC, and it is said that she died around 570 BC, but little is known for certain about her ...
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Sappho

[play] Sappho (1818) is a tragedy by Austrian playwright Franz Grillparzer. ==Plot== The plot is based on a tradition that Sappho, a poet of ancient Greece, threw herself from the high Lesbian cliffs into the sea when she found that her love for the youth Phaon was unrequited, and that he preferred her maid, named Melitta in the play, to he...
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Sappho

[yacht] Sappho was one of two defender yachts at the second America`s Cup challenge, stepping in when defender Columbia was damaged in the third race. ==Design== Sappho was built by Cornelius & Richard Poillon Bros on speculation for Richard Poillon to a design by William Townsend based on the lines of America. ==Career== In 1868, Sappho sa...
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