Marsyas   - in ancient sources @

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  Marsyas   of Pella - a historian, the brother of Antigonus I
Wikipedia entry
301/15 ras, Aristodemus, Bias, Hermodotus, Marsyas, Thrasyllus, and others.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.217 twenty-eight. But Marsyas and Philochorus [ Fr_126 ] say
Plut:Mor_182 things are just. & Marsyas his brother had a legal case

  Marsyas 2   - general of the Alexandrian rebels, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.20 hyscon, was sent against Marsyas the Alexandrian general,

  Marsyas 3   - a satyr, killed after challenging Apollo to a musical contest
Wikipedia entry
CIL_1.552 .552 (ii) Depicting Marsyas dancing with Li

  Marsyas 4   - an officer of Antiochus III
Alcaeus_16.8 { G-P 18 } & On Marsyas No longer in Phrygia, the nurse
AntipThes_9.266 rom his pierced flute : "Marsyas, you did lie concerning
AntipThes_9.517 vanquished the Phrygian {Marsyas}, but he yields to you
Archias_7.696 G-P 17 } & Poor Satyr {Marsyas} who did dwell on the hil
DioscEpigr_9.340 shepherd of Celaenae {Marsyas} was known earlier as a
SEG_29.1613 (c. 202-195)     King Antiochos to Marsyas, greetings. Ptolem

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