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  Lysias   - son of Cephalus; Athenian orator, early 4th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_32   his writings in praise of Lysias that Lysias is altogether superior
[Longin]:Subl_34   the merits and graces of Lysias. He talks plainly, where necessary,
[Longin]:Subl_35   in the case of Plato. Lysias is far inferior both in
Athen_5.209   which is attributed to Lysias the orator, written about
Athen_5.210   iculars." In these words Lysias, having said that the ches
Athen_12.534   [48.]   And Lysias the orator, speaking of his
Athen_12.551   respects, we are told by Lysias the orator, in his oration
Athen_13.574   ccount of his beauty (as Lysias the orator states in his
Athen_13.586   earnest. [51.] And Lysias, in his oration against Lais,
Athen_13.592   ra, who was very beautiful, as Lysias relates in his Lette
Athen_13.593   eira was the mistress of Lysias the sophist; and these wom
Athen_13.611   man in his manners as Lysias the orator, in his speeche
Athen_13.612   O Cynulcus, are the words of Lysias. But I, in the words
Cic:Brut_35   ter Isocrates came Lysias, who, though not personally enga
Cic:Brut_48   any man. [48] But Lysias was the first who openly profess
Cic:Brut_285   her than Demosthenes and Lysias? or than Demosthenes and
Cic:Brut_286   fessedly in imitation of Lysias:- and the other (Demochare
Cic:Brut_293   when you compared old Cato to Lysias. He was, indeed, a
Cic:Brut_63-68 *   as numerous as those of Lysias the Athenian; a great numb
Cic:DeOr_1.231   of his judges. Even when Lysias. a most eloquent orator, brought
Cic:DeOr_2.93   by Critias, Theramenes, and Lysias. There are extant many
Cic:DeOr_3.28   Isocrates possessed sweetness, Lysias delicacy, Hyperides pointedness,
Demetr:Eloc_128   of Aristotle and Sophron and Lysias. Such witticisms as
Demetr:Eloc_262   sarcasm. Witness Lysias and his remark to an old woman's
DionHal:Din_1   of a unique style, as Lysias, Isocrates and Isaeus were
DionHal:Din_5-7 *   ion he closely resembled Lysias, on others Hypereides and
Just_5.9   his private means; and Lysias, the Syracusan orator, at
Oros_2.17   universal home of eloquence, Lysias, the Syracusan orator, sent
Plinius:Ep_1.20   efore me the speeches of Lysias among the Greeks, and thos
Plut:Mor_832-839 *   as Alcibiades, Critias, Lysias, and Archinous, we shall
Plut:Mor_848   always fair water. Lysias the orator was acquainted with
PsCallisth_2.4   nt, but Aeschines approved it. Lysias favoured it. Plato
ValMax_6.4e.2   own defence at Athens, and Lysias had recited to him a

  Lysias 2   - a general of Seleucus I, 3rd century B.C.
Polyaen_4.9.5 ape into Syria, detached Lysias with a body of Macedonians

  Lysias 3   - Athenian archon, 238 B.C.
238/_ Athenian archon: Lysias
    Within translations:
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   , and afterwards when Lysias was archon, in the

  Lysias 4   - an enemy of Attalus I, 3rd century B.C.
224/13 Attalus defeats Lysias.
    Within translations:
OGIS_273 (c. 238-227)   e battle by . . . against Lysias and the generals o

  Lysias 5   - the guardian of Antiochus V, king of Syria
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165/7 Antiochus appoints Lysias as viceroy during his expedition to the Eas
165/14 Judas defeats a Syrian force led by Lysias at Bethsur.
164/2 write to the Jews, following negotiations between Lysias and Judas.
161/4 Demetrius captures and kills Antiochus V and Lysias.
    Within translations:
1Macc_3-7 *   fund. 32 He left Lysias, a distinguished man of royal
2Macc_10-14 *   kingdom, appointed one Lysias to have charge of the gove
Euseb]:Chron_253   along with his guardian Lysias, and made himself king in
Joseph:AJ_12.295-298 *   left one whose name was Lysias, who was in great repute
Joseph:AJ_12.313   ty. [313] Hereupon Lysias was confounded at the defeat of
Joseph:AJ_12.315   [315] Nay, indeed, Lysias observing the great spirit of
Joseph:AJ_12.361   ninth year; but it was Lysias that declared his death
Joseph:AJ_12.367   ily out of Antioch, with Lysias, who had the command of
Joseph:AJ_12.379-381 *   But then, because Lysias, the general of the army, and
Joseph:AJ_12.384   lled Menelaus; [384] for Lysias advised the king to slay
Joseph:AJ_12.387   tock, but was induced by Lysias to translate that dignity
Joseph:AJ_12.390   Antiochus the king, and Lysias, they brought them to him
Joseph:AJ_14.40   lso conquered the place called Lysias, of which Silas a
Joseph:AJ_20.235   mentioned Antiochus, and Lysias the general of his army,
Obseq_15   in a gymnasium by command Lysias, tutor of the boy Antiochus.
Porph:Fr_57   he went to Persia left Lysias, the governor of Antioch

  Lysias 6   - an Epicurean philosopher, who became tyrant of Tarsus
Athen_5.215 the tyrant of that city, Lysias by name; who having been

  Lysias 7   - one of the Athenian commanders at the battle of Arginusae, 406 B.C.
Philoch_142 Thrasyllus, Pericles, Lysias, Aristocrates and Diomedon

  Lysias 8   - a jester at the court of king Philippus, 4th century B.C.
PsCallisth_1.21 There was a wit present called Lysias. He said: "Philip,
PsCallisth_1.22 acted well when he slew Lysias and you acted wrongly when

  Lysias   - in documents
SEG_43.212 (c. 200)   mas Lysis daughter of Lysias, : 5 drachmas Amin!
SEG_53.1373 (late 3rd century)   ion, the son of Menestratos Lysias of Abydos, the
Syll_340 (3rd cent.)   yndos, son of Pagon Lysias of Ladarma, son of Lys
Syll_367 (286/5)   the prytany, in assembly; Lysias of . . ., the son
Syll_657 (155/4)   rhinoutta, the son of Lysias Areus of Kephisia, the
THI_132 (c. 266)   ureon, as proposed by Lysias son of Polychares; sin
THI_64 (263-236)   . . the son of Lysias     ;   sponso

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