Hedylus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Hedylus   - a poet, writer of epigrams, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_4.176   ife, is clearly shown by Hedylus in his Epigrams, where
Athen_11.472   can be - Pixodarus."   Hedylus in his Epigrams : [473]
Athen_11.486   of cup is indicated by Hedylus in his Epigrams as follows
Athen_11.497   have said before.   And Hedylus in his Epigrams mentioning the
Meleager_4.1   owers of Poseidippus and Hedylus, and the anemones of Sice

  Hedylus 2   - a philosopher mentioned by Chrysippus
DiogLaert_7.196 pothetical Reasonings of Hedylus; an essay, in three books
DiogLaert_7.197 ypothetical Arguments of Hedylus, in one book, addressed

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