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Σάτυ^ρος , , Dor. Τίτυρος (q.v.), Satyr, first in Hes. (
A.γένος οὐτιδανῶν Σατύρων καὶ ἀμηχανοεργῶνFr.198.2), cf. X.An.1.2.13, Paus.1.23.5, Sch.Theoc.4.62; of Dionysus himself, AP9.524; Σατύρων πρόσωπα as ornaments, Lys.Fr.34.
2. lewd, goatish fellow, Jul.Caes.309d; βασιλεὺς Σατύρων, of Pericles, Hermipp.46; σατύρα , , of a courtesan, Com.Adesp.1352:—Socrates is called ὅδε Σ. from his appearance, Pl.Smp.216c.
3. from their supposed like ness, a kind of tailed ape, Paus.1.23.5sq., Ael.NA16.21.
b. a fabulous people in Ethiopia, D.S.1.18.
4. = ἔντασις, Hsch.
II. in pl., a play in which the Chorus consisted of Satyrs, Satyric drama, forming the fourth piece of a Tragic tetralogy, “ὅταν Σατύρους ποιῇςAr.Th.157; “ποηταὶ σατύρωνSIG711L35 (Delph., ii B.C.); ἐν τοῖς Σ. οὒς Μενέδημον ἐπέγραψεν [Λυκόφρων] D.L.2.140; “ἐν Ὀμφάλῃ ΣατύροιςStr.1.3.19. [Σα^τυ^ρος; so that when the 1st syll. is long, Dor. Τίτυρος (q.v.) should prob. be restored.]
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (7):
    • Aristophanes, Thesmophoriazusae, 157
    • Pausanias, Description of Greece, 1.23.5
    • Plato, Symposium, 216c
    • Strabo, Geography, 1.3.19
    • Xenophon, Anabasis, 1.2.13
    • Diodorus, Historical Library, 1.18
    • Aelian, De Natura Animalium, 16.21
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