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Menecrates[pronunciation?] of Ephesus (330-270 BC) was an ancient Greek didactic poet of the Hellenistic period. He wrote a poem called the Works which was modeled upon Hesiod's Works and Days and included a discussion of bees based on the work of Aristotle. He was the teacher of the astronomical poet Aratus.