- ^ Handbook to Life in Ancient Greece
- ^ http://quod.lib.umich.edu/cgi/t/text/pageviewer-idx?c=moa;cc=moa;idno=acl3129.0001.001;q1=Cratinus;size=l;frm=frameset;seq=901
- ^ Ar. Eq. 526-536: "Next, remembering Cratinus, who formerly having flowed with a full stream of praise used to flow through the level plains, and carrying away from their places, used to bear away the oaks and the plane-trees, and his enemies by the roots. And it was not permitted to sing any thing at a banquet except " Oh fig-sandaled Doro," and " builders of ingenious songs;" so much did he flourish. But now, when you see him in his dotage, you do not pity him, since the pegs fall out, and the tone is no longer there, and the harmony is dissonant. But old as he is, he wanders about like Connas, having, it is true, a withered chaplet, but dying with thirst ; who ought to drink in the Prytaneum on account of his former victories..."
- ^ Langslow 1988:languages and dialects
- ^ Joint Association of Classical Teachers 1978a and b: Learning Greek
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- Bergk, Comment, de Rdiq. Com. Alt. Ant.
- Kock, Com. Attic. Frag., i. pp. 11–130.