Nestor - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Neleus; king of Pylus at the time of the Trojan war
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ave had sons as great in Nestor or in Ulysses, high orname
great effort, but that Nestor alone could do so without
men sleep with women, such as Nestor and Phoenix. For the
speech to Ulysses, and Nestor (one of whom he celebrates
urned the King of Pylos, Nestor, hoary after three generat
full health.  Nestor, you know, the wisest of the Ach
ound learning, he was surnamed Nestor. Caecilius, in a tra
as a noble commander, a Nestor in counsel, and in battle
of Tarsus - a Stoic philosopher, 1st century B.C.
year as a hero. Nestor, the Stoic from Tarsus, the tuto
- author of a book about the theatre
to eat sitting down, as Nestor tells us in his Theatrical
- a guard of Alexander, king of Epirus, 3rd century B.C.
nst her life, and bribed Nestor, one of Alexander's guards
- in documents
ius Alexander [slave of . . .] Nestor [slave of . . .]
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