The fame of the academy of Plato is to a large extent due to Eudoxus's pupils of the school at Cyzicus, among whom are Menaechmus, Dinostratus, Athenaeus, and Helicon.
fame, academy, Plato, large, extent, due, pupils, school, Dinostratus
Sure there are poets which did never dream Upon Parnassus, nor did taste the stream Of Helicon; we therefore may suppose Those made not poets, but the poets those.
there, poets, never, dream, Parnassus, taste, stream, we, may
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