Bion

Bion
c. 325 B.C.
c. 255 B.C.

Greek Bucolic Poet

Author Quotes

Though boys throw stones at frogs in sport, the frogs do not die in sport, but in earnest.

The end of a dissolute life is, most commonly, a desperate death.

A continual dripping, 'tis said, will wear a hollow in a stone.

Arrogance is the obstruction of wisdom.

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First Name
Bion
Birth Date
c. 325 B.C.
Death Date
c. 255 B.C.
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Greek Bucolic Poet