Euphron   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Euphron   of Sicyon - a statesman who favoured Athens, 4th century B.C.
322/1 Syll_310, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.
318/37 Syll_317, an Athenian decree in honour of Euphron of Sicyon.

  Euphron 2   - a writer of New Comedy
Athen_1.7 from the sea.) And in Euphron, the comic writer, a cook

  Euphron   - in documents
AnthPal_7.465 was the wife of Euphron and I did not escape travail,
AnthPal_7.473 mna when they heard that Euphron, the frenzied devotee at
AntipSid_7.464 ildren ; one I left with Euphron my husband, and the other
Apollonid_6.238 & { G-P 2 } & I, old Euphron, farm no many-furrowed
THI_126 (230-210)   tracts deposited with Euphron and Phidias and Pakik


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