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Simonides

Line breaks: Si¦moni|des
Pronunciation: /sʌɪˈmɒnɪdiːz
 
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Definition of Simonides in English:

( Circa 556–468 bc), Greek lyric poet. Much of his poetry, which includes elegies, odes, and epigrams, celebrates the heroes of the Persian Wars.

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