Eucrates   - in ancient sources @

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  Eucrates   "the Lark" - an Athenaian parasite, 4th century B.C.
  + Corydus
310/32 Anecdotes about Eucrates "the Lark", including sayings addressed
    Within translations:
Athen_* 06.240-242 * Neilus to eat cakes, nor Corydus & To exercise his teeth
Athen_6.245 the following sayings of Corydus:- "Once when a courtesan

  Eucrates 2   - archon of Delphi, 185/4 B.C.
Syll_585 (197-175)   When the archon was Eukrates {185/4}, and the cou
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   d fortune. When Eukrates was archon, in the mont

  Eucrates 3   - the father of the poet Meleager
AnthPal_7.416 ranger, Meleager, son of Eucrates, who mixed the sweet-spo
Meleager_* 7.417-419 * birth to me. From Eucrates I sprung, Meleager, who first
Meleager_7.418 rned me, Meleager son of Eucrates, more than most men with

  Eucrates   - in documents
Syll_322 ptinous son of Leontides Eukrates son of Lampon Demet
Syll_546 (214/3)   Pheidon son of Eukrates, and the archons at Xyniai
Syll_585 (197-175)   f of his year were Eukrates, Damon and Xenocha
Syll_614 (c. 180/79)   of the Rhodians, and Eukrates son of Kallikon, to
THI_148 (c. 201)   f Rhodes, the son of Eukrates, who had been sent as
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   Amyntas magistrates: Eukrates, Xeneas and Damokr

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