Machon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Machon   - poet and writer of comedies, 3rd century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
230/16 comments on the career of the poet Machon, who lived at Alexandria.
    Within translations:
Athen_02.44 es, a hymn to hell." And Machon tho comic poet mentions
Athen_* 06.241-246 * rnocopis only. And Machon the comic writer mentions him.-
Athen_08.337 orian. Accordingly Machon, the comic poet, speaks of him
Athen_08.348 Hear ye, O temples"] And Machon has recorded some reminisc
Athen_13.577 ides. [39.] &# And Machon the comic poet, in his play enti
Athen_13.579 off my head." [43.] But Machon has also collected the wit
Athen_13.582 [45.] And afterwards, Machon gives us the following ane
Athen_13.583 lating the things mentioned by Machon. For our beautiful

  Machon   - in documents
THI_64 (263-236)   . of Naupaktos the son of Machon    
THI_94 (c. 266-260)   Aetolians: Menestes, Machon, Petraios, Nikolaos, Ni


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