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Anyte of Tegea
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Anyte, one of the foremost women poets of the ancient world, lived in the Peloponnesian city of Tegea in the third century B.C.E. Of the twenty-four surviving epigrams attributed to Anyte, most scholars believe that at least twenty are genuine.

AGNI has published the following work:

“For you, goddess of war and wisdom”
by Anyte of Tegea
Translated from the ancient Greek by Brooks Haxton
AGNI 88 Print Only
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