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2. Of Athens, the father of the dithyrambic poet Cinesias, was himself also a dithyranimbic poet, and is ranked by Pherecrates as the worst of all the citharoedic poets of his day (Schol. ad Aristoph. Av. 858). Plato also tells us that his performances annoyed the audience (Gorg. p. 502).


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