Myrtilus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- one of the speakers in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus
to others. [15.] Myrtilus, having cited these lines of
to give you, my friend Myrtilus; and, as we read in the
3.]  Now when Myrtilus had uttered all this with extr
tesans. Now though Myrtilus appeared to be intending to
erance." [91.] Now, when Myrtilus had said all this in a
he ridiculed him." And Myrtilus having had a good many
most admirably written, Myrtilus said, that Anaxandrides
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