Cleitarchus   - in ancient sources @

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  Cleitarchus   - tyrant of Eretria, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Philoch_160 the people, and besieged Cleitarchus, who had previously
Philoch_161 was archon] [342/1], and Cleitarchus of Eretria when Nicom
Polyaen_5.24.1 rcements into the town. [24] Cleitarchus. When the enemy

  Cleitarchus 2   - a historian, who wrote about Alexander the Great
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[Longin]:Subl_3   more at some of Cleitarchus's ** efforts, an affected
Aelian:NA_17.2   rom attack. [2] & Cleitarchus in his work on India says
Aelian:NA_17.22-25 *   [22] & Let us make room for Cleitarchus also. He says
Athen_4.148   Thebans; concerning whom Cleitarchus, in the first book
Athen_12.530   But Cleitarchus, in the fourth book of
Athen_13.576   Athenian courtesan? And Cleitarchus speaks of her as havi
Athen_13.586   own statue. And Cleitarchus has given the same account
Cic:Brut_42   heroes: and accordingly, Cleitarchus and Stratocles have
Demetr:Eloc_304   choice of words. Cleitarchus, for instance, when describ
Plin:HN_6.36   Caspian Sea and the Hyrcanian. Clitarchus is of opinion that the
Plin:HN_6.198   the Eastern Sea; while Clitarchus says that King Alexander
Plin:HN_7.29   locusts, and are very swift-footed. Clitarchus gave them the name of
Plin:HN_7.30   them, as is recorded by Clitarchus. [31] Crates of Pergamum says

  Cleitarchus 3   - a banker in the Heracleopolite nome, Egypt, 3rd century B.C.
228/10 PHib_66, a letter from Protarchus to Cleitarchus.

  Cleitarchus 4   - a Greek grammarian
Athen_6.267   mbda;οι, as Cleitarchus says, in his treatise
Athen_11.473   and getting drunk."   Cleitarchus, however, says in his
Athen_11.475   (kettle) arose. Silenus and Cleitarchus say the Aeolians call
Athen_11.477   cup is especially appropriate. Cleitarchus, however, says that the
Athen_15.666   hand into the kottabeion But Clitarchus, in his treatise on Words,
Athen_15.701   in his Buskins But Cleitarchus, in his Dictionary, says

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