Epicrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian politician, late 5th century B.C.
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gods. [58.] And Epicrates the Athenian, having gone on
- a writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
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say the women. And Epicrates, in his Dyspratus ['Hard to
the tune of the hawk, as Epicrates says in his Anti-Lais;
too, as is said by Epicrates in his Anti-Lais, & Have lear
are a dish mentioned by Epicrates in his Merchant- & On
- the son-in-law of the orator Aeschines
not of guests. But Epicrates was nicknamed Cyrebion ['Pod'
- Athenian archon, 147 B.C.
Athenian archon: Epicrates
- a general of Antiochus Cyzicenus, 2nd century B.C.
the Jews to Callimander and Epicrates.  But as to
immediately; and as to Epicrates, he was such a lover
- a Sicilian victim of Verres
nnocent Sicilians, including Epicrates, Heius, Heraclius, Philocrates
of Miletus - a servant of Julius Caesar
ded there, he dispatched Epicrates a Milesian servant to
- a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C,
xpressions, addressed to Epicrates; and a collection of
"] Argument, addressed to Epicrates. The ninth set
of Cephisia - an Athenian envoy at Sparta, 392 B.C.
erdict; their names were Epicrates of Cephisia, Andocides
of Rhodes - a Rhodian admiral, 2nd century B.C.
83, decrees of Delos in honour of Epicrates and Anaxibius of Rhodes.
- in documents
(202/1) sp; . . . [son of] Epikrates . . .
(early 2nd cent.) ios, Eukrates son of Epikrates, with his son Kleon
(173-169) ., the son of Epikrates second: Leodamas of
(263-236) of Pella the son of Epikrates , Amyn
(250-200) Hekatonymos son of Epikrates Artemon son of Paramon
(305-285) alf of king Ptolemaios, by Epikrates of Athens. &r
(150-133) [called] the tomb of Epikrates, and from this tom
(end of 4th century) son of Euthydemos Epikrates son of Hermokreo
(180-170) son of Hyperbios, Epikrates son of Kampsias, Go
Phyrson son of Sosratos Epikrates son of Baton Herakl
(306/5) the prytany: Epikrates of Acharnai, son of Hippo
(3rd cent.) os, son of Polyaratos Epikrates of Klasos, son of H
(302/1) any, in the assembly; Epikrates of Acharnai, the
(303/2) tany, [in assembly]; [Epikrates] of Lamptrai, the
(267/6) Kerameis, the son of Epikrates - on account of t
(278/7) ies; Elpinikos son of Epikrates, director of traged
(273/2) ..ros son of Apollodoros Epikrates son of Alexiades
(256/5 or 254/3) teides Lyre-players : Epikrates of Myrina, the so
(266/5) es, Mantias, Dion and Epikrates, it was resolved by
(c. 172) llo Lykeios. Proposed by Epikrates. [B] Decrees of
(190-140) ron Dionysios son of Epikrates Bakchylos son of The
(112/1) os son of Dionysodoros Epikrates son of Diokles the
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