Cleitarchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Eretria, 4th century B.C.
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the people, and besieged Cleitarchus, who had previously
was archon] [342/1], and Cleitarchus of Eretria when Nicom
rcements into the town.  Cleitarchus. When the enemy
- a historian, who wrote about Alexander the Great
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more at some of Cleitarchus's ** efforts, an affected
rom attack.  & Cleitarchus in his work on India says
 & Let us make room for Cleitarchus also. He says
Thebans; concerning whom Cleitarchus, in the first book
But Cleitarchus, in the fourth book of
Athenian courtesan? And Cleitarchus speaks of her as havi
own statue. And Cleitarchus has given the same account
heroes: and accordingly, Cleitarchus and Stratocles have
choice of words. Cleitarchus, for instance, when describ
Caspian Sea and the Hyrcanian. Clitarchus is of opinion that the
the Eastern Sea; while Clitarchus says that King Alexander
locusts, and are very swift-footed. Clitarchus gave them the name of
them, as is recorded by Clitarchus.  Crates of Pergamum says
- a banker in the Heracleopolite nome, Egypt, 3rd century B.C.
PHib_66, a letter from Protarchus to Cleitarchus.
- a Greek grammarian
mbda;οι, as Cleitarchus says, in his treatise
and getting drunk." Cleitarchus, however, says in his
(kettle) arose. Silenus and Cleitarchus say the Aeolians call
cup is especially appropriate. Cleitarchus, however, says that the
hand into the kottabeion But Clitarchus, in his treatise on Words,
in his Buskins But Cleitarchus, in his Dictionary, says
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