Philodemus, On Piety: (Stasinus?) writes that Castor was killed with a spear shot by Idas the son of Aphareus.
Fragment #13 -- Athenaeus, 35 C: `Menelaus, know that the gods made wine the best thing for mortal man to scatter cares.'
Fragment #14 -- Laurentian Scholiast on Sophocles, Elect. 157: Either he follows Homer who spoke of the three daughters of Agamemnon, or -- like the writer of the "Cypria" -- he makes them four, (distinguishing) Iphigeneia and Iphianassa.
Fragment #15 -- (5) Contest of Homer and Hesiod: `So they feasted all day long, taking nothing from their own houses; for Agamemnon, king of men, provided for them.'
Fragment #16 -- Louvre Papyrus: `I never thought to enrage so terribly the stout heart of Achilles, for very well I loved him.'
Fragment #17 -- Pausanias, iv. 2. 7: The poet of the "Cypria" says that the wife of Protesilaus -- who, when the Hellenes reached the Trojan shore, first dared to land -- was called Polydora, and was the daughter of Meleager, the son of Oeneus.
Fragment #18 -- Eustathius, 119. 4: Some relate that Chryseis was taken from Hypoplacian (6) Thebes, and that she had not taken refuge there nor gone there to sacrifice to Artemis, as the author of the "Cypria" states, but was simply a fellow townswoman of Andromache.
Fragment #19 -- Pausanias, x. 31. 2: I know, because I have read it in the epic "Cypria", that Palamedes was drowned when he had gone out fishing, and that it was Diomedes and Odysseus who caused his death.