Category:Ancient Greek mythographers
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Category "Mythographers" (originally, however, not in the sense of "Category" in Wikimedia Commons) introduced in the early 20th Herrmann Diels century in his edition of the fragments Presokratických philosophers. It then takes over Walter Kranz and many other editors and interprets of oldest Greek philosophy. (See: Diels, Hermann - Kranz, Walther: Die Fragmente der Vorsokratiker, Berlin: Weidmann, 1951, 6th edition. Recently: Hildesheim-Zürich, 1989.)
This is a thinkers on the border between myth and philosophy, in 6. century BC. Lists and often also after its governing old myths, sometimes creating new myths. (Some also include the poets or historians again.)
(Pseudo-)Orpheus, (Pseudo-)Musaeus (Musaios, Mousaios) of Athens, Epimenides of Knossos, Pherecydes (Ferekydes) of Syros, Theagenes of Rhegium, Acusilaus (Akusilaos) of Argos.