Andronicus   - in ancient sources @

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  Andronicus   - an actor of the late 4th century B.C.
281/43 henian hetaera, addressed to Andronicus, Callistion, Chaerephon, Dexi
    Within translations:
Plut:Mor_845 was chiefly animated by Andronicus the player, who told

  Andronicus 2   - an Egyptian official of the 3rd century B.C.
241/3 r_2.12'1, a memorandum from Andronicus to the strategus Aphthonetus.

  Andronicus 3   (Livius Andronicus) - the earliest Roman poet, writing from 240 B.C. onwards
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  + Livius
240/45 Livius Andronicus produces the first play at Rome.
207/3 Livius Andronicus composes a hymn to be sung in honour of Juno.
204/35 The poet Livius Andronicus is granted his freedom by his master Liviu
197/30 correctly states that Livius Andronicus was still alive and producing
    Within translations:
Cassiod:Chr_515   at the Ludi Romani by Lucius Livius. [524] &   M. Aemi
Cic:Brut_71-73 *   some dramatic pieces of Livius, which will scarcely bear
Cic:Tusc_1.3   the building of Rome before Livius ** published a play in
Ennius:Ann_291   & Hymn of Livius Andronicus (?) to Juno : SCHOLIAST :
Hieron:Chron_1830   [not in Ar.] Titus Livius, the writer of tragedies, was
ValMax_2.4.4   first of all the poet Livius won the affections of the

  Andronicus 5   - son of Messalamus; ambassador of the Jews to Ptolemy Philometor
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Joseph:AJ_13.75 for the Samaritans, and Andronicus, the son of Messalamus
Joseph:AJ_13.78 osius had given leave to Andronicus to speak first, he beg
Joseph:AJ_13.79 ch, and other arguments, Andronicus persuaded the king to

  Andronicus 6   - Syrian general, who killed the Jewish high priest Onias
170/7 Menelaus persuades the regent Andronicus to murder Onias at Daphne.
    Within translations:
2Macc_4 tle the trouble, leaving Andronicus, a man of high rank,
2Macc_5 him; 23 and at Gerizim, Andronicus; and besides these Men
ChronPasc_440 ough the agency of his general Andronicus. After Onias cam

  Andronicus 7   Alipius - a writer who provided an account of Hellenistic history
Porph:Fr_36 onius, Claudius Theo and Andronicus Alipius, whose account

  Andronicus 8   - an actor of tragedies, early 3rd century B.C.
Athen_13.581 the love of the actor Andronicus; & (But at this moment
Athen_13.584 appa;η)." Once, when Andronicus the tragic actor had

  Andronicus 9   (M. Pompilius Andronicus) - a grammarian, 1st century B.C.
60/23a onius Gnipho and M.Pompilius Andronicus teach students at Rome and

  Andronicus 10   - archon of Delphi, 181/0 B.C.
Syll_585 (197-175)   n the archon was Andronikos {181/0}, and the c

  Andronicus 11   - son of Phricidas; archon of Delphi, (?) 160/59 B.C.
Syll_660 (c. 160/59)   efactors. When Andronikos son of Phrikidas was arc
Syll_668 (c. 160/59)   ians {doriarch} [and Andronikos] son of Phrikidas
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   rd month, and when Andronikos was archon at Delphi,

  Andronicus 12   of Rhodes - Peripatetic philosopher, 1st century B.C.
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  Andronicus   - in documents
SEG_38.1476 (206/5)   ios, in year 17, when Andronikos son of Perlamos
SEG_43.212 (c. 200)   mas Phryna daughter of Andronikos : 5 drachmas Asop
SelPap_1.183 number of shoots which Andronicus has sent in the 12
SelPap_1.41 Tithoes and Papus son of Andronicus, both Persians of
Syll_322 hilos Philopoimen son of Andronikos Demetrios son of D
Syll_538 (204/3)   ekrates of Lebadaia, Andronikos of Kytinion, Lykeas
Syll_539 (204)   councillors were . . ., Andronikos, Herakon and .
Syll_585 (197-175)   year were Peisilaos, Andronikos and Sosinikos:
Syll_631 (182)   n Stratagos Kallikles Andronikos Pisilaos Dexikr
Syll_705 (112)   - namely, Dionysios, Andronikos, Philokrates and Dr
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   Amyntas magistrates: Andronikos, Praxias and Aris
THI_58 (187/6)   m Andronikos. The ruling {dia

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