Diphilus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Athenian, condemned to death by Lycurgus, 4th century B.C.
erative speech for Diphilus in his request for privileges:
ndemned as guilty. Diphilus also was called in question
of Sinope - a writer of New Comedy
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stion, Chaerephon, Dexithea, Diphilus, Hippomachus, Mania, Pausanias,
And according to Diphilus - & Having three heads, like
And a parasite of Diphilus speaks thus - & When a rich
words alone. But Diphilus in his Parasite, when a weddin
st, & And on his way met Diphilus the poet, & Who greeted
wages. [51.] And Diphilus, in his Synoris (and Synoris
not hear us. And Diphilus, in his Marriage, says - & A
to manage it: as also Diphilus has of a parasite in his
say, the stomach. Diphilus also uses the word ψ&omega
is pickled with mustard, as Diphilus says. & * * * *
which is mentioned by Diphilus, or Calliades, in his
his friends. And Diphilus, in his Heracles, speaking of
human life. And Diphilus, in his Parasite, says- & Well
also the rhodias. Diphilus, in his Stormer of Walls (but
thaena was reproached by Diphilus, & Because she soiled
wine, and bear it & At once to Diphilus. He eagerly & Rece
and Lampas. But Diphilus the comic poet was violently
and Sappho. For Diphilus the comic poet, in his play
hon, and these libations holy. Diphilus also mentions it
of Siphnos - a doctor and writer, early 3rd century B.C.
a very celebrated man, Diphilus of Siphnos, many years
hat grow wild. But Diphilus the physician, of Siphnos, say
- a priest and ally of Demetrius Poliorcetes at Athens
registers the name of Diphilus, who was then priest of
- a philosopher, pupil of Ariston of Chios
Ariston and his followers Diphilus, Eratosthenes, Miltiades, and
ct. Accordingly, Miltiades and Diphilus were called Aristo
- an actor at Rome, 1st century B.C.
Diphilus the actor is applauded when he recites a line from a play,
- in documents
graffiti on a wall at Pompeii with the name of C.Pumidius Diphilus.!
L_1 .1638 Latin Text Cornelius Diphilus and Cornelia.
Balonius & Balonia Diphilus, slave of Marcus Sue
Publius Gaius Arotrius Diphilus, freedman of Artoria ^
(173-169) zikos, the son of Diphilos men: Themistokles
(163) Stratokles Krateros Diphilos Archibios Diophantos A
(c. 234) son of Eupeithes ; Diphilos of Megara, the son of
(c. 263) the son of Herodotos Diphilos of Tenedos, the so
(228/7-212/1) ibiades of Leukonion Diphilos of Acherdous Lysikle
(201/0) of Soton Euboulos son of Diphilos Alkainetos so
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