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  Chios   - an island in the Aegean Sea
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  + Chian , Chians
310/35 Theopompus the historian is involved in politics at Chios.
301/9 General comments on the life and writings of Theocritus of Chios.
246/2 The animals of Chios fall in love with Glauce the citharode.
246/30a SIG+_443, a decree of Chios in honour of the Aetolians.
245/15 SIG+_402, a decree of Chios recognising the status of the festival
243/8 Persaeus uses identical twins to play a trick on Ariston of Chios.
240/14 Sayings of Ariston of Chios, addressed to Arcesilaus, Cleanthes, and
240/16 The death of Ariston of Chios.
240/20 Apelles of Chios falls ill, and is visited by Arcesilaus, who secretl
201/16 efeated by the Macedonians at Lade, but win another battle at Chios.
86/32 Mithridates forcibly transports the inhabitants of Chios to Pontus.
80/37 confirms that the people of Chios will retain their full freedom and
    Within translations:
Athen_01.14 rother of Theocritus the Chian sophist was eminent for his
Athen_01.28 wine whatever. The Chian and Thasian wines are mentioned
Athen_02.38 then that Ariston the Chian said that that was the most
Athen_04.167 to any one, and I drink Chian wine, and I have a sufficie
Athen_05.210 stal made by Glaucus the Chian at Delphi is like an iron
Athen_06.251 says that Ariston the Chian, an acquaintance and pupil
Athen_06.259 and then they sailed to Chios, and getting a force from
Athen_* 06.265-267 * es; where he says,- "The Chians were the first of the Gree
Athen_07.281 a pupil of Ariston the Chian, who was one of the sect
Athen_11.463 rodite. And Ion of Chios says- & Hail, our great king, our
Athen_11.495 ing the wine, as Ion the Chian, in his Sons of Eurytus,
Athen_11.496 nymes. But Ion the Chian, in his Elegies, says- & But let
Athen_12.527 ritic banquets, & And to drink Chian wine in Spartan cups.
Athen_12.539 ies in Ionia, and to the Chians first of all, to send him
Athen_12.540 etter was read among the Chians, Theocritus the philosophe
Athen_12.548 ine & From the island of Chios, and having, besides, & A
Athen_13.564 And Licymnius the Chian, saying that Hypnos [Sleep] was
Athen_13.566 ts; and in the island of Chios it is a beautiful sight to
Athen_13.579 with him & Two jars of Chian wine, and four, quite full,
Athen_13.586 in his treatise On the Chian Letter, saying that after
Athen_13.601 as Zenis (or Zeneus) of Chios, tells us in his History
Athen_13.603 But Licymnius of Chios, in his Dithyrambics, says that
Athen_14.638 echmus says that Dion of Chios was the first person who
Diog_Laert_07.37 The next was Ariston, of Chios, the son of Miltiades, who
Diog_Laert_07.160 the Bald, a native of Chios, surnamed the Siren, said,
Euseb]:Chron_217 153 A.D.] - Demetrius of Chios, stadion race 234th [157
Memn_23 idates accused the Chians of aiding the Rhodians, and sent
NicDam_134 laus, who was sailing to Chios and Rhodes, where his child
Plut:Demetr_19 flux from Thasos or from Chios ?" Another time, being inf
Plut:Mor_837 and opened a school in Chios first, as some will have
Plut:Phoc_6 galleys to the isle of Chios, and attempted to make good
Polyaen_01.44.1 sent the fleet away to Chios, and marched the army to
Polyaen_03.9.23 would be sent to the slaves on Chios. The Chians believed
Polyaen_03.9.58 icrates was commander at Chios, he suspected that a group
Polyaen_05.22.1 with a fleet a twenty ships at Chios. Keeping close by his
Polyaen_08.66.1 Plutarch, Mor.244] [66] The Chian Women. When the Chian
Poseidon_38 e-f & Mithridates enslaves the Chians. [39] [252.K] & EUNA
Vit:Theoc_2 ocritus, as follows: The Chian is a different man; I, Theo


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