Duris - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Samos - Greek historian, 3rd century B.C.
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the brother of the historian Duris, wins against Menander in a compet
The historian Duris establishes himself as tyrant of Samos.
the time of Lynceus and Duris of Samos, pupils of Theophr
to come. But Duris the Samian, in the seventeenth
[63.]  But Duris, in the seventh book of his histo
Theopompus, and also by Duris in the fifth book of his
the Athenians. And Duris the Samian, in the twenty-second
stus, and the brother of Duris, who wrote the Histories,
* * * [30.]  But Duris, speaking concerning the
[50.]  And Duris says, in the twenty-second book
led with mud."  And Duris, in the (?) fourth book of
pleasures." [66.] And Duris says, in the twenty-third
ount of another wife (as Duris relates in the second book
aidens; as is related by Duris the Samian, in the third
story is told by Duris, in the ninth book of his History
"the Libyan flute", as Duris remarks in the second book
was acquitted. But Duris, in his treatise On Tragedy, says
paean, has; a song which Duris, in his book entitled The
 Duris the historian writes, that Eumenenes of Cardia
valuable studies. Duris tells us, the Athenians never saw
with. 10 Indeed, Duris tells us that after that prince
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