KOLLUF (Kolluthos)( Greek poet)
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Biography KOLLUF (Kolluthos)
Kolluf; Kolluthos, V / IV century. n. e., Greek poet of the Likopolya in the Thebaid. Lived in the reign of Anastasia I (491-518 gg.). written peaches (most likely, the war with Persia Anastasia in 506), Kaledoniku (the myth of Meleager?) in 6 books, as well as poetic ENCOM (songs of praise). Preserved epilion (392 hexameter) Abduction of Helen (Harpage Helenes) belongs to the common in late antiquity (Quintus of Smyrna, Trifiodor) epic treatments of the legend the Trojan cycle, which were not involved in Homer. The main theme epiliona is the love story of Helen and Paris with the entire prehistory, beginning with the apple 'for the beautiful', flip the goddess of discord, in the court of Paris before the arrival of Helen in Troy. The content is probably centered unknown to us Alexandrian model, K. uses motifs and language of all the Greek epics (mostly taken from Homer, Hesiod, Apollonius of Rhodes, as well as from the Hellenistic bucolic), the direct model for K. was Nonn.