Cynulcus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cynulcus   - one of the speakers in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus
Athen_06.270 to the dogs. And Cynulcus rejoined,- If I had been invit
Athen_08.354 could eat cold dishes, Cynulcus said,- But I, like the
Athen_13.566 naked. [21.] And Cynulcus said:- And do you dare to talk
Athen_13.571 in green [571] And as Cynulcus had still a good deal
Athen_13.573 will now mention to you, Cynulcus, an Ionian story (spinni
Athen_13.587 imum, as you call her, O Cynulcus, in his second oration
Athen_13.599 son so mad about love as Cynulcus, with his calumnious spi
Athen_13.602 ention. But you, O Cynulcus, believe that all these storie
Athen_13.610 arvelling at his memory, Cynulcus said- & Your multifariou
Athen_13.612 this sophist." These, O Cynulcus, are the words of
Athen_15.697 emocritus had said this, Cynulcus said;- Why do you remind


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