Parthenius   - in ancient sources @

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  Parthenius   of Nicaea - Greek poet, 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
72/25 The poet Parthenius of Nicaea is captured by (?) Cinna, and brought
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.377   pitch on foul-mouthed Parthenius, because he vomited
Athen_11.467   term to cups, gyalai. But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius, in
Athen_11.501   from both sides. But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius,
Athen_11.783   drinking in any way.But Parthenius says the name amphikypellon
Athen_15.680   whose words are quoted by Parthenius the pupil of Dionysius, in

  Parthenius   - in documents
Syll_322 Hierex Maiandrios son of Parthenios Hekataios son of H

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