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Moschus? (fl. 150 B.C.)

Moschus (mos’kus). A celebrated Greek bucolic poet; born at Syracuse; lived about 200 B.C. His extant works are generally published with those of Theocritus and Bion. They consist of four complete idyls, three small fragments, and an epigram; and are mostly joyous and sportive in character. (See Critical and Biographical Introduction).