Eupolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a writer of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
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in his archonship that Eupolis exhibited the comedy Auto
atterers; from whom also Eupolis gave this title to his
a master," which is used by Eupolis, in his Friends.
and it is mentioned by Eupolis, in his play called The
elegance, and not, as Eupolis relates of Pericles, to
goddess, who is said by Eupolis to have dwelt on the lips
to Sicily. He is mentioned by Eupolis in his Cities. see
- in documents
andros Aichylinos son of Eupolis Nossos son of Hekatod
(c. 306/5) Phaselis, the son of Eupolis, and to crown him with
(265/4) cil were Agetor, Timogenes, Eupolis, [Deinon] and E
(261-248) (?) Athenaios son of Eupolis Philon son of Heroson
(c. 234) . Delphians: Eupolis, [Kallikles] Histiaians: Kl
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