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Headword: *kra/ths
Adler number: kappa,2339
Translated headword: Krates, Crates
Vetting Status: high
An Athenian, a writer of comedy, whose brother was the epic poet Epilykos.[1] His plays are 7 [in number]:[2] Neighbours, Heroes, Wild animals, Lamia, Prisoners in chains,[3] Samians. He also wrote some prose works.
Greek Original:
*kra/ths, *)aqhnai=os, kwmiko/s: ou(= h)=n a)delfo\s *)epi/lukos, poihth\s e)pw=n. dra/mata de\ au)tou= ei)sin z#: *gei/tones, *(/hrwes, *qhri/a, *la/mia, *pedh=tai, *sa/mioi. e)/graye de\ kai\ kataloga/dhn tina/.
Old Comedy (mid fifth century BCE); see generally K.J. Dover in OCD(4) s.v. Crates(1).
[1] Not otherwise known. Perhaps a mistake for the comic poet of that name. See G. Kaibel 'Epilykos (3)' in RE 6,1 cols.158-159.
[2] The titles of only six plays are given; Jungermann proposed adding Tolmai. But the Greek signs for the numerals six and seven were easily confused by a copyist.
[3] Perhaps the play by Kallias, and so wrongly attributed here. See Korte col.1624 ; The Rivals of Aristophanes p. 513.
Kassel R. and C. Austin (eds.), Poetae comici Graeci (PCG), Berlin and N.Y.: W. de Gruyter, 1983- . (The testimonia and fragments of Krates are in v.4, pp.83-110)
Korte, A. 'Krates(4)' in RE 11,2 cols.1623-1625
The Rivals of Aristophanes (eds. D. Harvey and J. Wilkins). London: Duckworth, 2000
Keywords: biography; comedy; epic; geography; military affairs; poetry; zoology
Translated by: Tony Natoli on 20 October 2001@01:48:14.
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David Whitehead (cosmetics) on 20 December 2002@04:29:52.
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