Glaucus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Chios - sculptor, 7th century B.C.
hat the pedestal made by Glaucus the Chian at Delphi is
of Locris - author of a cookery book
esemble each other." But Glaucus, in his Cookery Book, spe
of Rhegium - author of a book about ancient poets
who ascribe the book of Glaucus of Rhegium concerning Poe
of Athens - son of Polymedes; 4th century B.C.
the son of Cineas, and Glaucus the son of Polymedes, who
- father of Timothea, ? 2nd century B.C.
imothea, the daughter of Glaucus, and they had three child
- an ancient fisherman, who became immortal
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ans who came to seek for Glaucus, and settled in that part
we saw the art of Glaucus, a melodic lyre, played automat
- a Lycian who fought for the Trojans against the Greeks
ng. And they, like Glaucus [ Hom:Il_6'234 ] gave him a gre
of Corinth - the father of Bellerophon
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erophon saved by his son Glaucus, when having fallen from
- in documents
(220-214) m, Polemarchos and Glaukos, should come before the
(173-169) es 50 Isthmian boys: Glaukos . . . son of Gla
(c. 208) Pergamon, the son of Glaukos Artemon of Pergamon,
(c. 160/59) c. 160/59 B.C. Glaukos of Hypata The name of the ci
(206/5) Chrysaor, the son of Glaukos, the son of Hippoloc
(c. 200) hiomnasta daughter of Glaukos : 5 drachmas Pythokli
agoras son of Diophantos Glaukos son of Molpagoras Art
(c. 220) uketas of Agrinion, [Glaukos of (?) Phlygonion, Kl
(c. 205/4) ncil were Tarantinos, Glaukos, Babylos, Orthaios
(197-175) f of his year were Glaukos, Dexikrates and Kall
(c. 149-144) n of Tarantinos and Glaukos son] of Xenon; [it was
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