Dionysius   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dionysius   I - tyrant of Syracuse, 405-367 B.C.
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Aelian:Fr_107   not write of the tyrant Dionysius that "Having shown impiety towards

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Athen_6.249   not write of the tyrant Dionysius that "Having shown impiety towards

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Athen_6.260   not write of the tyrant Dionysius that "Having shown impiety towards

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Athen_6.261   not write of the tyrant Dionysius that "Having shown impiety towards

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Athen_11.482   not write of the tyrant Dionysius that "Having shown impiety towards
Athen_11.482   by heart some plays of Dionysius, or Demophon's lines against Cotys

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Athen_11.507   by heart some plays of Dionysius, or Demophon's lines against Cotys
Athen_11.507   in company with the elder Dionysius, risked his life, and twice

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Athen_12.535   in company with the elder Dionysius, risked his life, and twice

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Athen_12.541   in company with the elder Dionysius, risked his life, and twice

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Athen_12.544-546 *   in company with the elder Dionysius, risked his life, and twice

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Athen_15.693   in company with the elder Dionysius, risked his life, and twice
Athen_15.693   by the wicked action of Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily. For

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Cic:DeOr_2.57   by the wicked action of Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily. For
Cic:DeOr_2.57   familiarity with the tyrant Dionysius, spent his leisure in

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Cic:Rep_1.28   familiarity with the tyrant Dionysius, spent his leisure in
Cic:Rep_1.28   can really believe that Dionysius, when bythe greatest exertions

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Cic:Rep_3.43   can really believe that Dionysius, when bythe greatest exertions
Cic:Rep_3.43   of all these things while Dionysius was its ruler, for nothing

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Cic:Tusc_5.57   of all these things while Dionysius was its ruler, for nothing
Cic:Tusc_5.57   [20.] [57]   Dionysius exercised his tyranny over the

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Cic:Tusc_5.61   [20.] [57]   Dionysius exercised his tyranny over the
Cic:Tusc_5.61   he should like it extremely, Dionysius ordered him to be laid

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Cic:Tusc_5.63   he should like it extremely, Dionysius ordered him to be laid
Cic:Tusc_5.63   his dying: "I wish," said Dionysius, "you would admit me as

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Cic:Tusc_5.98   his dying: "I wish," said Dionysius, "you would admit me as
Cic:Tusc_5.98   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Demetr:Eloc_99   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Demetr:Eloc_100   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Demetr:Eloc_292   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Julian:Caes_332   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Just_5.8   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Just_22.1   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Just_23.1   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he

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Nepos_10.1   their Phiditia where the tyrant Dionysius supped, but told them he
Nepos_10.1   for the elder Dionysius married Aristomache, Dion's

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Nepos_10.2   for the elder Dionysius married Aristomache, Dion's
Nepos_10.2   4 Meanwhile Dionysius had fallen ill, and as

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Nepos_20.3   4 Meanwhile Dionysius had fallen ill, and as
Nepos_20.3   The citadel of Syracuse, which Dionysius had fortified as a menace

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Nepos_21.2   The citadel of Syracuse, which Dionysius had fortified as a menace
Nepos_21.2   Sicilian king, the elder Dionysius; for he was personally

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Oros_2.17   Sicilian king, the elder Dionysius; for he was personally
Oros_2.17   Darius, and the exile of Dionysius, the tyrant of Sicily.

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Plin:HN_3.95   Darius, and the exile of Dionysius, the tyrant of Sicily.
Plin:HN_3.95   across, and consequently the elder Dionysius wanted to cut a canal

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Plin:HN_7.180   across, and consequently the elder Dionysius wanted to cut a canal
Plin:HN_7.180   we have spoken) Sophocles and Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily, in

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Plin:HN_8.158   we have spoken) Sophocles and Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily, in
Plin:HN_8.158   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Plut:Mor_175   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Plut:Mor_176   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Plut:Mor_190   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Plut:Mor_833   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Plut:Mor_836   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_2.31.1   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.2.1   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.2.10-19 *   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.2.20-22 *   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.2.3-6 *   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.2.9   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.3.2   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.8.2   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.9.1   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_5.10.5   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_6.11.1   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_6.16.1   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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Polyaen_6.16.3   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in

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ValMax_1.1e.3   its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left his horse stuck in
ValMax_1.1e.3   another man's sacrilege; but Dionysius, born at Syracuse, used

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ValMax_1.7e.6   another man's sacrilege; but Dionysius, born at Syracuse, used
ValMax_1.7e.6   [7e.6]   While Dionysius of Syracuse still lived a

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ValMax_1.7e.7   [7e.6]   While Dionysius of Syracuse still lived a
ValMax_1.7e.7   the mother of the same Dionysius; who, when she had conceived

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ValMax_4.3e.4   the mother of the same Dionysius; who, when she had conceived
ValMax_4.3e.4   if only he could flatter Dionysius he need not eat such

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ValMax_4.7e.1   if only he could flatter Dionysius he need not eat such
ValMax_4.7e.1   between themselves, that when Dionysius of Syracuse intended to

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ValMax_6.2e.2   between themselves, that when Dionysius of Syracuse intended to
ValMax_6.2e.2   prayed for the death of Dionysius the tyrant because of his

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ValMax_9.13e.4   prayed for the death of Dionysius the tyrant because of his
ValMax_9.13e.4   [13e.4]   As for Dionysius tyrant of Syracuse, how long

  Dionysius 2   II - tyrant of Syracuse, 367-344 B.C.
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Athen_3.98  

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Athen_7.279  

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Athen_11.507  
Athen_11.507   twice to visit the younger Dionysius. Again, when Aeschines was poor

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Athen_12.541   twice to visit the younger Dionysius. Again, when Aeschines was poor

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Athen_12.546   twice to visit the younger Dionysius. Again, when Aeschines was poor

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Athen_15.700   twice to visit the younger Dionysius. Again, when Aeschines was poor
Athen_15.700   says that the young Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily

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Cic:Tusc_3.27   says that the young Dionysius the tyrant of Sicily
Cic:Tusc_3.27   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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Demetr:Eloc_102   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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Demetr:Eloc_290   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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DiogLaert_10.8   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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FGrH_255.1   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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FGrH_255.4   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant

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Nepos_10.1   that are free. [27]   Dionysius, it is true, the tyrant
Nepos_10.1   the former in marriage to Dionysius, the son to whom he

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Nepos_10.2   the former in marriage to Dionysius, the son to whom he
Nepos_10.2   been said to the younger Dionysius. The latter, disquieted by the

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Nepos_10.3   been said to the younger Dionysius. The latter, disquieted by the
Nepos_10.3   the hostility between Dion and Dionysius, and it was aggravated by

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Nepos_10.4   the hostility between Dion and Dionysius, and it was aggravated by
Nepos_10.4   [4]   Since Dionysius perceived that he was surpassed

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Nepos_10.5   [4]   Since Dionysius perceived that he was surpassed
Nepos_10.5   4 At that time Dionysius was away from home, awaiting

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Nepos_20.2   4 At that time Dionysius was away from home, awaiting
Nepos_20.2   been killed at Syracuse and Dionysius had again gained possession of

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Plin:HN_7.110   been killed at Syracuse and Dionysius had again gained possession of
Plin:HN_7.110   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters

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Plut:Mor_176   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters

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Polyaen_5.2.7   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters

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Polyaen_5.2.8   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters

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Polyaen_5.46.1   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters

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ValMax_4.1e.3   {30.}   [110] The tyrant Dionysius, who was in other matters
ValMax_4.1e.3   his country by the tyrant Dionysius, and went to Megara. There

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ValMax_6.9e.6   his country by the tyrant Dionysius, and went to Megara. There
ValMax_6.9e.6   [9e.6]   Dionysius also when he had entered

  Dionysius 3   "Chalcus" of Athens - a poet, 5th century B.C.
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Athen_15.668  
Athen_15.668   of Sicilian to latax And Dionysius, who was surnamed the Brazen,

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Athen_15.669   of Sicilian to latax And Dionysius, who was surnamed the Brazen,
Athen_15.669   this Brazen poet and orator Dionysius, (and he was called Brazen

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Athen_15.702   this Brazen poet and orator Dionysius, (and he was called Brazen
Athen_15.702   the Deipnosophists; for, as Dionysius Chalcus {"the Brazen"} says

  Dionysius 4   - tyrant of Heracleia, 338-306 B.C.
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323/49 Demades, Dionysius, Phocion, Theocritus and others react to the news
321/6 Dionysius of Heracleia marries Amastris.
305/4 The prosperous reign of Dionysius of Heracleia, aided by his wife Ama
305/5 The gluttony of Dionysius.
305/6 The death of Dionysius, tyrant of Heracleia, who is succeeded by his
302/7 Lysimachus marries Amastris, the widow of Dionysius of Heracleia.
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Athen_12.549 tory of Heracleia, says "Dionysius the son of Clearchus,
Memn_* 2-4 * tyrant's sons, Timotheus and Dionysius. Satyrus exceeded
Memn_3 for his brother Dionysius like a father in every way,

  Dionysius 5   of Iasus - a boy who was carried to sea by a dolphin, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.606 was a boy whose name was Dionysius, and he once, when leav

  Dionysius 6   - grandfather of the orator Hypereides
Plut:Mor_848 Glaucippus, and grandson of Dionysius, of the borough

  Dionysius 7   of Sinope - a writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.

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Athen_11.467   the name of a cup. Dionysius of Sinope, when giving a

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Athen_11.497   the name of a cup. Dionysius of Sinope, when giving a
Athen_11.497   of our dearest king."   Dionysius of Sinope, when giving a

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Athen_14.615   of our dearest king."   Dionysius of Sinope, when giving a

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Athen_14.664   of our dearest king."   Dionysius of Sinope, when giving a

  Dionysius 8   - a theatre director, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Mor_839 prize through the director Dionysius; he also gained two

  Dionysius 9   "Metathemenos" of Heracleia - Stoic philosopher, early 3rd century B.C.
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315/10 Dionysius Metathemenos as a pupil of Heracleides.
276/6 of Soli is a pupil of Zenon, or possibly of Dionysius of Heracleia.
261/25 Dionysius "Metathemenos" leaves Zenon and joins the Cyrenaean sect
261/26 to Amoebeus, Antigonus, Ariston, Cleanthes, Dionysius and others.
261/27 followers, including Cleanthes, Dionysius, Persaeus and Poseidonius.
247/7 The death of the philosopher Dionysius of Heracleia.

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Cic:Acad_2.71  
Cic:Acad_2.71   two doctrines had the famous Dionysius of Heraclea grasped by means

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Cic:Tusc_2.26   two doctrines had the famous Dionysius of Heraclea grasped by means
Cic:Tusc_2.26   A. Yes, and particularly Dionysius, the Stoic, used to employ

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Cic:Tusc_2.60   A. Yes, and particularly Dionysius, the Stoic, used to employ
Cic:Tusc_2.60   go to war. Among these, Dionysius of Heraclea, a man certainly

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Cic:Tusc_3.18   go to war. Among these, Dionysius of Heraclea, a man certainly
Cic:Tusc_3.18   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,

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DiogLaert_7.23   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,

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DiogLaert_7.37   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,

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DiogLaert_7.166   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,

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DiogLaert_7.192   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,

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DiogLaert_7.200   [9.] So that Dionysius of Heraclea is right when,
old/diogenes7d.html#d55=_55=   55= DIOGENES 55=  55= DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Dionysius

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Phld:Sto_10   as leader of the School; Dionysius of Heracleia, as Antigonus wrote,

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Phld:Sto_29   as leader of the School; Dionysius of Heracleia, as Antigonus wrote,
Phld:Sto_29   for thirty two years; besides, Dionysius ['the Renegade'] . . .

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Phld:Sto_31   for thirty two years; besides, Dionysius ['the Renegade'] . . .
Phld:Sto_31   when he heard that [ Dionysius. ] had been converted to

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Vit:Arat_2   when he heard that [ Dionysius. ] had been converted to

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Vit:Arat_1-4 *   when he heard that [ Dionysius. ] had been converted to

  Dionysius 10   - a Greek living at Elephantine in Egypt, early 3rd century B.C.
284/4 PEleph_2, the will of Dionysius and Callista.

  Dionysius 11   of Gaza - a money-lender in Egypt, early 3rd century B.C.
273/11 ecording a loan of 34 drachmae of silver from Dionysius to Isidorus.

  Dionysius 12   - sent as envoy to India by Ptolemy II
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246/25 Ptolemy sends Dionysius as ambassador to the court of the king of

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Plin:HN_6.58   for instance Megasthenes, and Dionysius sent by Philadelphus for

  Dionysius 13   - the brother of Diocles; a Syrian, living at Corinth in the 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Arat_20 In the meantime Dionysius, their eldest brother, who

  Dionysius 14   of Lysimacheia - an envoy of Antiochus Hierax
Polyaen_4.17.1 iletaerus the Cretan and Dionysius of Lysimacheia, to ask

  Dionysius 15   - an Egyptian, who seduced Nicē, the daughter of Ctesicles
220/3 PEnteux_26, a petition from Ctesicles against Dionysius.

  Dionysius 16   - a secretary of Antiochus Epiphanes
Athen_5.195 sand slaves belonging to Dionysius the secretary and amanu

  Dionysius 17   Petosarapis - an Egyptian rebel, 2nd century B.C.
165/9 Dionysius Petosarapis rebels against Ptolemy, but is defeated.

  Dionysius 18   - an Egyptian strategus, 2nd century B.C.
161/10 petition to the strategus Dionysius from Ptolemy son of Glaucia

  Dionysius 19   - a philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Apollod:Fr_53 leader of the school . . . to Dionysius . . . the quick

  Dionysius 20   - son of Asclepiades; prytanis at Athens in 106 B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.149 taneia and priesthood of Dionysius, the son of Asclepiades

  Dionysius 21   - father of Dionysius, an Athenian politician
Joseph:AJ_14.150 people. Dionysius, the son of Dionysius, gave the sentenc

  Dionysius 22   - son of Dionysius; an Athenian politician, late 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.150 ote of the people. Dionysius, the son of Dionysius, gave

  Dionysius 23   of Magnesia - a rhetorician, 1st century B.C.
78/28 ens to the rhetoric of Menippus, Dionysius, Aeschylus, and Xenocles.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_316 that class. [316] Dionysius also of Magnesia, Aeschylus

  Dionysius 24   - strategus of the Heracleopolite nome, Egypt, 1st century B.C.
63/38 BGU_1754, instructions from Dionysius for a payment to Horus the haw

  Dionysius 25   of Tripoli - a local chieftain, put to death by Cn.Pompeius
Joseph:AJ_14.39 an, and not less so than Dionysius of Tripoli, who had bee

  Dionysius 26   of Halicarnassus - rhetorician and historian, 1st century B.C.
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Athen_11.467   But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius, in the first book On

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Athen_11.501   But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius, in the first book On
Athen_11.501   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Euseb]:Chron_265   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Euseb]:Chron_267   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Euseb]:Chron_281   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Euseb]:Chron_291   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Euseb]:Chron_293   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Philoch_149   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Plut:Mor_836   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

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Plut:Mor_838   the disciple of Dionysius, understands by amphithetos

  Dionysius 27   - son of Tryphon; a grammarian, 1st century B.C.

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Athen_11.503   else as well."   Dionysius, the disciple of Tryphon,

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Athen_14.641   else as well."   Dionysius, the disciple of Tryphon,

  Dionysius 28   of Phaselis - a grammarian
Vit:Nicand_1 life of Nicander Dionysius of Phaselis, in his book &quo

  Dionysius 29   of Leuctra - a historian
Athen_13.609 as their prize, which Dionysius of Leuctra says are off

  Dionysius 30   of Chalcis - a historian
Euseb]:Chron_277 their own names. Dionysius of Chalcis names Romus as the

  Dionysius 31   Sameumys of Alexandria - victor in the stadion contest at the Olympic Games, 125 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 race 226th [125 A.D.] - Dionysius Sameumys of Alexandria,

  Dionysius 32   of Seleuceia - victor in the wrestling contest at the Olympic games, 149 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 abitants of Elis, in favour of Dionysius of Seleuceia. 233

  Dionysius 34   - Athenian archon, (?) 191 B.C.
191/_ Athenian archon: (?) Dionysius
    Within translations:
Syll_571 (c. 191/0)   the year of Dionysios as archon, on the twent

  Dionysius 35   - Athenian archon, 141 B.C.
141/_ Athenian archon: Dionysius

  Dionysius 36   - Athenian archon, 135 B.C.
135/_ Athenian archon: Dionysius

  Dionysius 37   - Athenian archon, 128 B.C.
128/_ Athenian archon: Dionysius

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Syll_697.A   (128/7) [A]   When Dionysios was archon at Athens, the

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Syll_697.E   (128/7) [A]   When Dionysios was archon at Athens, the
Syll_697.E   (128/7) ose who were ephebes when Dionysios was archon at Athens, aft

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Syll_697.H   (128/7) ose who were ephebes when Dionysios was archon at Athens, aft
Syll_697.H   (128/7) s archon [at Delphi, and Dionysios was archon at Athens], aft

  Dionysius 38   - Athenian archon, 112 B.C.
112/_ Athenian archon: Dionysius
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Syll_705 (112)   [A]   [When] Dionysios [was archon, in the fir

  Dionysius 39   Periegetes - author of a Description of the World, of unknown date
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Poseidon_98 be divided into two cones, as Dionysius [Periegetes] says

  Dionysius 40   - a descendant of Nicolaus of Damascus, 7th century A.D.
NicDam_T2 about Nicolaus: "Dionysius, one of the distinguish

  Dionysius 41   - son of Cephalas; an Egyptian, late 2nd century B.C.
108/13a Pap_2.277, a petition to the strategus Asclepiades from Dionysius

  Dionysius 42   the Mede - a Seleucid general, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_33.28 opotamia there was Dionysius the Mede; in Coele Syria ther

  Dionysius 43   - head of the Epicurean school of philosophy, late 3rd century B.C.

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DiogLaert_10.25  

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Phld:Epic_c  
Phld:Epic_c   . . the reconciliation with Dionysius shall be . . .

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Phld:Epic_7b   . . the reconciliation with Dionysius shall be . . .
Phld:Epic_7b   Garden [after the death] of Dionysius, [when] Isocrates was archon {

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Phld:Epic_8l   Garden [after the death] of Dionysius, [when] Isocrates was archon {
Phld:Epic_8l   archon] { 219/8 , against Dionysius of Lamptrae and [Diotimus] of

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Phld:Epic_8m   archon] { 219/8 , against Dionysius of Lamptrae and [Diotimus] of
Phld:Epic_8m   this covenant was made between Dionysius of Lamptrae, the son of

  Dionysius 44   of Iasus - a boy befriended by a dolphin, 4th century B.C.
323/17 phin falls in love with a boy called Dionysius, near Iasus in Caria.

  Dionysius 45   - an Athenian treasurer, late 4th century B.C.
DionHal:Din_10 out." 13. Against Dionysius, the treasurer: "Probably,

  Dionysius 46   (Cassius Dionysius) - of Utica; a writer on agriculture
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Athen_14.648 And Democritus replied: Dionysius of Utica, in the sevent


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