Cleobulus   - in ancient sources @

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  Cleobulus   of Lindus - Greek philosopher and poet, 6th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Cleobulus
    Within translations:
AntipSid_7.81 sages Lindus bore you, O Cleobulus, and the land of Sisyph

  Cleobulus   - in documents
Meleager_12.164 Alexis now loves soft-haired Cleobulus. These two are
Meleager_12.165 & { G-P 98 } & Cleobulus is a white blossom, and Sopol
Meleager_12.74 G-P 97 } & If I perish, Cleobulus (for cast, near all of
Nicarch_11.328 me, Hermogenes and I and Cleobulus led Aristodice, just
Syll_308 (323-312)   e council were [Euag]oras, Kleoboulos and Lysidamos
Syll_383 (c. 283 and 281)   The archon was Kleoboulos, and the councillors
Syll_388 (266/5)   rhinous the son of Kleoboulos and Antiphanes of

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