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a- lýpe > Álypos
This name derives from the Ancient Greek “Álypos (Ἄλυπος),” composed of two elements: “negative prefix a- (ἄ-)” (no, not, without) plus “lýpe (λύπη)” (sorrow, sadness, unhappiness, suffering, pity, compassion). In turn, the name means “no grief, pain, sorrow.” 1) Alypius of Alexandria was an Ancient Greek writer on music who flourished in the third century. Of his works, only a small fragment has been preserved, under the title of Introduction to Music “Isagoghe musikè (Εἰσαγωγη Μουσική).” 2) Alypius or Olympius († 169) was the bishop of Byzantium during the second half of the 2nd century AD.



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