Dorians   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dorians   - an ancient Greek tribe
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AnthPal_6.171   Sun, did the people of Dorian Rhodes raise high to heave
AnthPal_7.231   der not thereat: a Dorian cares for his country, not for
AnthPal_7.436   eir backs. That is Dorian discipline." [437] PHAENNUS &
AnthPal_7.734   epigram seems to be partly in Doric and is evidently a
AnthPal_13.28   dulcet breath into the Doric flute, nursed well the swee
AntipSid_7.464   fair daughters of the Dorian land pitied you in Hades
AntipSid_9.151   your celebrated beauty, Doric Corinth ? Where are the bat
Athen_5.209   king of Sicily, pride of Dorian race, & Sends it a wealthy
Athen_6.255   llows of the kind called Dorian, of a bright crimson colou
Athen_14.617   valling the music of the Doric Muse, & Embracing with his
Athen_14.618   But himalis is a Dorian word, signifying a return, and
Athen_14.624   ferent races of Greeks:- Dorians, Aeolians, and Ionians
Athen_14.625   lower on the flute than the Dorian. But it appears to
Athen_14.635   odies, the Phrygian, the Dorian, and the Lydian; for that
Athen_14.637   three harmonies - the Dorian, the Lydian, and Phrygian
Athen_14.664   all epidorpisma, and the Dorians epaïklon; but most
Demetr:Eloc_177   ation. Bronta (the Doric equivalent of brontê) may
DioscEpigr_7.430   his oak ? By whom is the Dorian shield inscribed ? For thi
DioscEpigr_7.707   orced the virile rhythm on the Doric Muse, and drawn to
Euseb]:Chron_219   and Sicyon were settled by the Dorians. Almost all the nat
Just_2.6   the Athenians and Dorians there had been animosities of
Memn_7   arron" means "stronger" in the Doric dialect). Seleucus
Plin:HN_6.7   rightly be designated Greek, the Dorian, the Ionian and the Aeolian,
Plut:Agis_21   actions at Sparta, since the Dorians first inhabited the
Plut:Arat_2   [2] After the pure Doric harmony, I mean the aristocracy,
Plut:Arat_9   people of Sicyon were Dorians, they had no objection
Plut:Cleom_16   ing it back to the sober Doric tone which Lycurgus had giv
Polyaen_1.27.3   ited over to Sicily any of the Dorians who were willing
Polyaen_2.12.1   hantes ordered the Dorians to bring the Argives out to bat
SEG_38.1476   (206/5)   ards the state of the Dorians and the city of Kyten
Syll_399   (278/7)   yras and . . . [Dorians] of the Metropolis : Tei
Syll_405   (277)   i..., (?) Sosibios Dorians: Bryas, Aleximachos L
Syll_406   (276/5)   trians: Theokritos Dorians: Aleximachos Lokrians:
Syll_416   (273)   enians: Phalaiskos Dorians: Aineson It is resolved
Syll_482   (269/8)   enians: Hieronymos Dorians in the Peloponnese: L
Syll_636   (178)   on, the son of Bittos Dorians of the metropolis: An
Syll_653   (c. 165)   wn the league of the Dorians, with a golden crown
Syll_668   (c. 161/0)   and from] the Dorians - Polycharmos son of Prasi
Syll_704.E   (c. 117) Dorians from the Peloponnese : Empedosthenes
THI_99.D   (2nd century)   by E.M.Craik in "The Dorian Aegean" ( Goo


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