Definitions for ibycus
An Ancient Greek name, particularly borne by a 6th century Ancient Greek lyric poet from Rhegium in Italy.
Origin: From Ἴβυκος.
The Nuttall Encyclopedia
a Greek lyric poet, who was murdered by robbers, and who appealed to a flock of cranes that flew past before he died to avenge his death, and that proved the means of the discovery of the murderers.