Alexis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Alexis   of Thurii - a writer of comedies, belonging to the "Middle Comedy"
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274/9 The death of Alexis, the leading poet of the "Middle Comedy".
    Within translations:
Athen_1.18 increased so much, that Alexis says that even if a man
Athen_1.28 the maker of. And Alexis says,- & All wise men think &
Athen_6.235 was first invented by Alexis, forgetting that Epicharmu
Athen_6.237 the parasite. And Alexis says that there are two kinds
Athen_6.240 lus, who is mentioned by Alexis in his Milesian Woman, and
Athen_6.244 vote. [45.] And Alexis in his Wine-Bibber introduces
Athen_6.247 ast to follow. And Alexis in his Orestes, Nicostratus in
Athen_6.248 cron;ς is used by Alexis, in his Woman sitting up
Athen_6.254 [254] Therefore, Alexis, in his Apothecary, or Crateuas,
Athen_6.255 time. Accordingly, Alexis says in his Liar - & A flatterer
Athen_6.258 ian a wet one. And Alexis says that there were many tutors
Athen_7.289 ander relates. And Alexis also makes mention of Menecrates
Athen_8.338 heard. [21.] And Alexis, in his Demetrius, ridicules,
Athen_8.354 I, like the Milcon of Alexis, the comic poet, can eat
Athen_9.369 roasted now. And Alexis, in his Enthusiast, says-- & I
Athen_10.419 of moderate meals, as Alexis tells us in his Woman in
Athen_10.422 man; concerning which Alexis speaks, in his Men Dying
Athen_10.441 heavenly gods. And Alexis, in his Female Dancer, says- &
Athen_11.463 aid in the Tarentines of Alexis- & No one can find a just
Athen_11.496 which is mentioned by Alexis, in his Dropidas; and the
Athen_12.544 be corrupted. And Alexis, turning him into ridicule in
Athen_12.552 has related. And Alexis, in his Thesprotians, said- &
Athen_13.558 of the Soothsayers of Alexis- & Oh wretched are we husb
Athen_* 13.562-568 * age from the Phaedrus of Alexis: & As I was coming back
Athen_13.572 urs, is such a person as Alexis, or Antiphanes, represents
Athen_13.574 ll-tried lyre. And Alexis, in his Loving Woman, tells us
Athen_13.586 in his Chick. And Alexis mentions her in his Cleobuline,
Athen_13.587 ojecting headland. Alexis also mentions Nannion, in his
Athen_13.590 Learn, then, that Alexis, in his Fire-Lighter, has said
Athen_13.595 proud Harpalus. Alexis also mentions her in his Lyciscu
Athen_13.605 his passion. And Alexis the poet mentions this circumsta
Athen_13.610 &# At all events, Alexis, in his Horse, says- & Is this
Athen_14.613 he rejoined,- Why, in Alexis, who, in his play called
Athen_14.638 rpander or Phrynis." And Alexis mentions Argas, in his Bar
Athen_* 14.652-655 * ion against Attica." And Alexis, in his Pilot, says- & The
Athen_15.692 the Saviour. And Alexis, in his Usurer, or The Liar, say

  Alexis 2   of Tarentum - a rhapsodist
Athen_12.538 itylene; after whom also Alexis of Tarentum, the rhapsodis

  Alexis 3   of Samos - author of a history of Samos
Athen_12.540 swine from Sicily." And Alexis, in the third book of his
Athen_13.572 ite the Prostitute." And Alexis the Samian, in the second

  Alexis 4   - Athenian archon, 173 B.C.
173/_ Athenian archon: Alexis

  Alexis 5   - a boy who was loved by the philosopher Plato
AnthPal_7.100 & { F 6 } & On Alexis and Phaedrus {not an epitaph}

  Alexis   - in documents
AnthPal_6.51 Dindymus, did womanish Alexis, ceasing from furious clas
Meleager_12.127 & { G-P 79 } & I saw Alexis walking in the road at noo
Meleager_12.164 oneself is lovely too, even as Alexis now loves soft-haire
Meleager_16.213 Meleager's poems. Alexis : & 12.127 , 12.164 , 12.165 Ant
Nicarch_4502,5 dishes to a gourmand, Alexis, when, at dinner with Damo
OGIS_59 (163)   iodoros Timon Leontios Alexis Aristokles Gorgosthen
PCairZen_59077 against them. But Alexis, apparently the local officer
Syll_585 (197-175)   e proxenoi: [300] Alexis of Herakleia, the so


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