Aelian   - in ancient sources @

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  Aelian   - an old Roman family

  Aelian   (Claudius Aelianus) - Greek writer, c. 200 A.D.
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Aelian:Fr_10 eschylus, but in particular by Aelian in his 'On Providenc
Aelian:Fr_146 {'frittered'} found in Aelian has a similar origin, wher
Aelian:Fr_* 15-18 * of corn" & is used by Aelian in 'On Providence'. [16]
Aelian:Fr_189 allowed to him, as is found in Aelian. [190] & {193 DF}
Aelian:Fr_19 {19 DF} & & EUSTATHIUS & Aelian in 'On Providence' says
Aelian:Fr_191 likewise prayer, which Aelian says is a most incorruptib
Aelian:Fr_20 SICELIOTA & . . . Aelian (writing in 'On the Providence
Aelian:Fr_76 nies Zeus. However Aelian says that he was previously a
Aelian:Fr_8 a_K'146 { Fragments of Aelian's On Providence } [9] &
Plut:Mor_198 of plate that belonged to the Aelian family. & Of the fou

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