Democles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a parasite of Dionysius II
Dionysius was pacified, Democles continued, and said, "Bu
nt, instead of general.  Democles. Democles, who was
- a parasite, called Zomos
bout all fat and heavy, & Like Democles? you call him Grav
- a parasite, called Lagynion
amed Metaneira; and when Democles the parasite, who was
- an Athenian orator, late 4th century B.C.
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them at liberty again, - Democles, who was Theophrastus'
- a handsome young Athenian, who committed suicide to preserve his chastity
courtesans Lamia and Leaena; Democles commits suicide to escape the
virtue and chastity of Democles ought not to be left und
- Athenian archon, 278 B.C.
Athenian archon: Democles
- in documents
(c. 263) on of Erythrai, the son of Demokles . . . of Larisa
(228/7-212/1) spalta thesmothetes: Demokles of Kolonos Poseidi
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