Biography of Corina (s. V a. C.)

Greek poet, lived in the century V BC He was called lyrical music and was a rival of Pindar, who won several times the prize of poetry at the games in Greece. According to Pausanias had their triumphs to her beauty and the Aeolian dialect, which was used in his compositions. He wrote five books of epic poems, which included an epic on Yolas and another on the seven heads in front of Thebes; wrote also epigrams; several books of metamorphosis, a composition about the coat of arms of shovels, etc.