Triphiodorus, epic poet, 3rd or early 4th cent. CE
Triphiodorus (3rd or early 4th cent. CE), epic poet, native of Egypt. He wrote Marathoniaca, The Story of Hippodamea, an Ὀδύσσεια λειπογράμματος (‘Odyssey with certain letters avoided’, see septimius nestor, l.), a paraphrase of Homer's similes, and The Capture of Troy. Only the last, in 691 verses, survives, showing a style midway between that described under Nonnus and the more Homeric manner (cf. homer) adopted by Quintus Smyrnaeus.
B. Gerlaud (ed. and trans.), La prise d'Ilion (Budé, 1982).Find this resource:
E. Livrea, ed. Ilii excidium. Leipzig: Teubner, 1982.Find this resource:
With trans. and brief notes:
A. W. Mair, trans. Oppian; Colluthus; Tryphiodorus. Loeb Classical Library. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press 1928.Find this resource:
General: L. Ferrari, Sulla Presa di Ilio di Trifiodoro (1962).Find this resource: