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or ONESTUS (Ὀνέστης, Ὀνεστος The Greek Anthology contains ten epigrams, inscribed Ὀνέστου in the Vatican MS; but, as the heading of the sixth anti seventh is Ὀνέστου Κορινθίου, anld tllat of the ninth Ὀνέστου Βυζαντλου, it would seem that there were two poets of the name ; but concerning neither of them have we any further information. Brunck even suspected the correctisess of the nasmne altogether; and tholiight it might be a mistake for Ὀνεσίας, but this supposition is founded on no evidence. Wine, love, and music are the subjects of the epigrams, which are distiniguished by no particular beauty. (Brinck, Anal. vol. ii. p. 289; Jacobs, Anth. Graec. vol. iii. p. 3, vol. xiii. p. 926; Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. iv. p. 485.)


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