Euphorion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Euphorion   of Chalcis - Greek poet, 3rd century B.C.
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274/10 The birth of the poet Euphorion of Chalcis.
245/11 The poet Euphorion is a favourite of Nicaea.
230/11 Euphorion studies philosophy as a pupil of Lacydes.
221/11 The drunken behaviour of Euphorion at a banquet given by Prytanis.
204/19a Euphorion is appointed by Antiochus to be head of the public library
    Within translations:
Athen_02.44 nto our assemblies." And Euphorion of Chalcis writes in
Athen_04.154 roats with a sword." And Euphorion the Chalcidian, in his
Athen_06.263 is on this account that Euphorion the epic poet called
Athen_11.477 Delphi says that when Euphorion the poet was dining wit
Athen_14.635 776 B.C. ]. But Euphorion, in his treatise On the Isthm

  Euphorion   - in documents
THI_64 (263-236)   of Sikyon the son of Euphorion     ;


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