Greek writers


Eumélos was a Greek epic poet who was born in the middle of the 8th century BC. His existence is not fully proven, and so he is also sometimes considered more of a legendary figure.

Eumélos was supposed to have lived in Corinth, and his main work was the epic Corinth. It dealt with the love story of Medea and Iason. He was also to compose hymns for the processions in Delos. Last but not least, he would have been the author of the unpublished epics Europia, Titanomachia and Return from Troy.