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  Ephorus   of Cyme - Greek historian, 4th century B.C.
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Athen_4.154 their example. And Ephorus, in the sixth book of his Histo
Athen_6.232 [22.] [232] And Ephorus, or Demophilus, his son, in the
Athen_6.263 ron;ς). And Ephorus, in the third book of his Histo
Athen_8.352 Simonides the poet, as Ephorus tells us in the second
Athen_14.626 20-21 ], "that music, as Ephorus asserts, was introduced
Athen_14.637 on Orpheus. Now Ephorus, and Scamon in his treatise On
Cic:Brut_204 scholars Theopompus and Ephorus, who, after remarking the
Philoch_44 the feminine form Datus, as Ephorus always calls it in
Plut:Mor_837 ise Theopompus of Chios, Ephorus of Cyme, Asclepiades who
Plut:Mor_839 your eyes. When Ephorus of Cyme left his school before

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