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  Dionysiac   artists -an association of Greek actors and artists
277/6a leges awarded by the Amphictyons to the Dionysiac Artists at Athens.
236/6a ecree of the Aetolians granting privileges to the Dionysiac artists.
204/13 BGU_1211, a royal decree about the Dionysiac artists.
166/7 Austin_123, a decree of the Dionysiac artists in honour of Craton
158/6b RC_53, a letter from Eumenes to the Dionysiac artists at Teos.
141/13 _7.2413, a letter from a Roman magistrate to the Dionysiac artists.
141/14 _7.2413), a letter from a Roman magistrate to the Dionysiac artists.
138/14 Attalus settles the Dionysiac artists at Myonnesus, but soon afterwar
130/13a the privileges awarded by the Amphictyons to the Dionysiac Artists.
127/2c 98, a decree of Delphi in honour of the Dionysiac Artists of Athens.
116/3a .E, a decree of Delphi in honour of the Dionysiac artists of Athens.
112/3b a decree of the senate concerning the Dionysiac artists at Athens.
84/26 rom Sulla confirming the privileges of the Dionysiac Artists at Cos.
81/68 Laodiceia, envoy of the Dionysiac Artists, to erect a stele
    Within translations:
Athen_14.636   of his treatise On the Dionysiac System, as he calls it,
OGIS_161   (123-118)   association of [the Dionysiac] artists [in] the sec
SEG_2.580   (229-205)   organisation of the Dionysiac Artists]: the pr
SEG_32.491.B   (c. 145) o the association of the] Dionysiac artists [in Ionia and] t
Syll_563   (203/2)   the law has granted to the Dionysiac artists. In o
Syll_564   (203/2)   d by the Amphictyons to the Dionysiac artists. &r
Syll_565   (203/2)   has been granted to the [Dionysiac] artists. So
Syll_690   (c. 135)   ys to the league of {Dionysiac} Artists from the Is
Syll_698.A   (128/7) to the association of the Dionysiac artists.
Syll_704.B   (c. 117) bsp; The association of the Dionysiac artists from the Isthmos a
Syll_704.E   (c. 117) henian [people] 20 and the Dionysiac artists who are in Athen
Syll_704.F   (c. 117) the guild of the [ Dionysiac artists at Athens ] .
Syll_705   (112)   [from] the guild of Dionysiac Artists 30 [who contr
Syll_711.L   (106/5) ty of Delphi to the Dionysiac artists, greetings. We have append
Syll_728.K   (97) [K]   Since the Dionysiac artists and their supervisor
THI_97   (294-288)   cate the tasks to the Dionysiac Artists [in the mon

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THI_115   (230-225)   by the] guild of the Dionysiac artists who [meet] a
THI_175.C   from the other cities and Dionysiac artists and the doctors and
THI_176   (115/4) the association of the Dionysiac artists] from Isthmos and


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