Apollophanes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a dissolute Athenian, late 5th century B.C.
his every year? Did not Apollophanes, and Mystalides, and
of Antioch - a Stoic philosopher, and friend of Ariston of Chios
side of pleasure." And Apollophanes (and he was an acqua
more numerous still; for Apollophanes asserts that there
ysical Arts, and so does Apollophanes in his Natural Philo
- an Egyptian official, third century B.C.
PHib_103, a tax receipt issued by Apollophanes.
- a parasite of Antigonus Doson
saying of Apollophanes, a parasite of Antigonus.
chus says [ Fr_46 ] that Apollophanes was a flatterer of
 & Athen_6.251'd & Apollophanes is a flatterer of
- son of Dionysodorus; an inhabitant of Cerceosiris in Egypt
PTeb_49, a petition from Apollophanes to Menches.
Papis of Tarsus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 85 A.D.
216th [85 A.D.] - Apollophanes Papis of Tarsus, stadion
- in documents
(c. 202-195) ter to Lysanias; to Apollophanes a copy of the lett
(220-187) , greetings. Apollophanes, who was the [docto
naean, with her guardian Apollophanes son of Apollodo
(302/1) Ephesos, the son of Apollophanes, have on every o
(c. 240-210) Kolophon, the son of Apollophanes, an epic poet,
(c. 207/6) aim the games, namely Apollophanes son of Aischy
(178) toboulos Euboeans: Apollophanes of Chalkis, the son
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