Sappho

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Sappho (Attic Hi-lia̍p-gí: Σαπφώ, IPA:[sapːʰɔː]; Aeolic Hi-lia̍p-gí:Ψάπφω, IPA:[psapːʰɔː]) sī kó͘ Hi-lia̍p ê sū-chêng-si si-jîn. Kin-kì thoân-soat, Sappho sī tī Lesvos (Λέσβος) ê Eresos (Ερεσός) chhut-sì; nî-tāi iok-liōng tī kong-goân-chêng 630 nî kàu 612 nî tiong-kan; koè-sin ê nî-tāi tāi-lí-khài sī kong-goân-chêng 570 nî. Sappho ê si tī kó͘-chá sî-tāi chin ū-miâ, m̄-koh toā-hūn lóng phah-bô--khì. Hiān-chú-sî oân-chéng ê chok-phín kan-taⁿ chhun 1 siú "Aphrodite Po-koa" (Hymn to Aphrodite).

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  • Kathleen Kuiper, pian. (2010). "Sappho". Britannica Guide to the World's Most Influential People : 100 Most Influential Women of All Time. Encyclopaedia Britannica, Inc.