Antimachus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Elis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 772 B.C.
2nd [772 B.C.] - Antimachus of Elis, stadion race 3rd
- of Colophon - Greek poet, late 5th century B.C.
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rilus falls far short of Antimachus, but on all occasions
sturdy verse of tireless Antimachus, worthy of the majesty
family.  & Diod_13.108'1 & Antimachus the poet. 
am of Lydian race, and Antimachus has made me more noble
o'ershadowed with bay-trees." Antimachus, too, has this to
this is borne out by Antimachus of Colophon, who says in
two-handled cup aleison). So Antimachus in the fifth book of
spondeia are called loibides by Antimachus of Colophon.
tell you of the Lyde of Antimachus,  and also of her
rled against him. "Antimachus, too, smitten with love for
said what is related of Antimachus, a poet of Claros, who
About the poetry of Antimachus, says that the
- Athenian archon, 256 B.C.
Athenian archon: Antimachus
- in documents
it struck him, he set Antimachus' nose as a ladder and
Fresidia Flora and Octavius Antimachus. Found at Fo
(269/8) s, Stratolaos, Konon, Antimachos Phokians: Lampron,
(235/4) Thrasymachos son of Antimachos Lysitheos son of Dio
(205/4) areus, Lykon son of Antimachos and Makareus son of
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