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2. A Greek poetess, who, if we may believe Eusebius (Chron. Arm., Syncell. p. 260a., Hieron.) was contemporary with Demosthenes and Philip of Macedon, in OL. 107, B. C. 352. Several good scholars, however, reject this statement altogether, and only allow of one Erinna. (Fabric. Bibl. Graec. vol. ii. p. 120; Welcker, de Erinna, Corinna, §c. in Creuzer's Meletemata, pt. ii. p. 3; Richter, Sappho und Erinna ; Schneidewin, Delect. Poes. Graec. Eleg. §., p. 323; Idem, in Zimmermann's Zeilschrift für die Alterthumswissenschaft, 1837, p. 209; Bode, Gesch. d. Hell. Dichth. vol. ii. pt. 2, p. 448.)


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