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Epigrams (Plato) Notable figures referenced in the epigrams include:
Epigrams (Homer) Epigram III is also partially quoted in Plato, "Phaedrus" 264d, though it is not ascribed to Homer.
Epigrams (Plato) Eighteen Epigrams are attributed to Plato, most of them considered spurious. These are short poems suitable for dedicatory purposes written in the form of elegiac couplets.
Epigrams (Homer) Seventeen Epigrams were attributed to Homer in antiquity. They are preserved in a number of texts, including the Life of Homer (Pseudo-Herodotus), the "Contest of Homer and Hesiod" and the "Homeric Hymns".
Epigrams (Homer) Epigrams III, XIII and XVII are included in the "Contest of Homer and Hesiod" and epigram I is included in some manuscripts of the "Homeric Hymns". The Epigrams were included in the editio princeps of Homers works printed by Demetrius Chalchondyles in 1488.
Epigrams (Homer) The Epigrams are thought to antedate the Pseudo-Herodotian "Life of Homer" which was apparently written around the epigrams to create appropriate context. Epigram III on Midas of Larissa has also been attributed to Cleobulus of Lindus, who was considered to be one of the Seven Sages of Greece. Epigram XIV was attributed to Hesiod by Julius Pollux and Epigram XI has been described as "purely Hesoidic".
Epigrams and Interludes She Walks Right Through Me is the fourth single from the album. The song also has music video.
Epigrams and Interludes The album debuted at No. 2 on the UK iTunes charts, beating Justin Timberlake's release "The 20/20 Experience". The Examiner claimed the album to be just as 'delightful and jaunty' as Day and praised the album for its "80s New Wave and '60s music' sound.
Epigrams and Interludes "Epigrams and Interludes" is a 20 song collection and contains all previously released songs since "Forever Yours" not collected on Day's previous albums. Besides this, two songs of the album, "The Time of Your Life" and "Holding On" are from Day's previous albums. Three of the songs, "Forever Yours", "Lady Godiva", and "Stupid Stupid" all debuted on the UK Top 40 when released. They reached No. 4, #15, and No. 25 respectively. As part of the album, Day released a music video for "I've Got What It Takes" starring Tom Ridgewell, Carrie Hope Fletcher as well as a host of other YouTubers.
Epigrams on Programming "Epigrams on Programming" is an article by Alan Perlis published in 1982, for ACM's SIGPLAN journal. The epigrams are a series of short, programming-language-neutral, humorous statements about computers and programming, which are widely quoted.