First Hesiod and next Stesichorus discover his name to be Kerberos.
Said Periander, "Hesiod might as well have kept his breath to cool his pottage."
Hesiod and some others relate that they built the walls of Thebes by playing on the lyre.
Orpheus, Hesiod, Homer, were the --the theologians of that age.
Hesiod's works were written on leaden tables: lead was used for writing, and rolled up like a cylinder, as Pliny states.
Hesiod, according to Eusebius, said "The seventh is the sacred day."
The majority of scholars hold that Hesiod cannot have lived much after the end of the eighth century.
Their ideal world was shaped by the works of Homer and Hesiod.
The most ancient texts are the Iliad and the poems attributed to Hesiod.
This day in the calendar of Hesiod, is most propitious for the birth of men.