Philemon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a poet of New Comedy, and rival of Menander
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Sayings of Menander, addressed to Glycera, Philemon, and others.
Magas seizes Philemon but lets him go unharmed, after being attacked
remark of Philemon, after being acquitted in a court case.
The death of the comic poet Philemon.
in comedy contests by Philemon, a far inferior writer
story of the comic poet Philemon which is not so very unl
donian apples. And Philemon, in his Clown calls Cydonian
merry song. And Philemon says, in his Adulterer - & (A)
sigmaf;.  And Philemon says in his Woman made young
Persian cup. But Philemon, in his Widow, mentioning the
them. [25.] And Philemon, in his Brothers, relates that
gender? for I know that Philemon says this in his play
with her. For when Philemon was in love with a courtesan,
which you are entitled." Philemon also mentions these circ
the temple. And Philemon mentions the same fact, and
torches round it. Philemon, in his Beggar, or Woman of
him into ridicule. Philemon speaks thus of him in his play
long thereafter. Philemon, the comic poet, was ninety-se
able and upright manner? Philemon expressed it well; for
him more money; for as Philemon aptly says, "You
- a Greek grammarian
the woodcock. But Philemon, in his treatise On Attic Name
- in documents
CIL_* 1.681-683 *
musus, freedman of Gaius Philemon, slave of Aulus Hel
(163) idas Theaitetos Asklepiades Philemon Apollonios son
ryson Aristagoras son of Philemon Kleomedes son of Kr
the market through you, Philemon, chief assistant at
(late 3rd century) Killes son of Midas Philemon Aischylos Demetrios Ap
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