Philippides   - in ancient sources @

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  Philippides   - a politician and poet of New Comedy, early 3rd century B.C.
298/7 Philippides obtains wheat and other aid for Athens from Lysimachus.
283/4 Syll_374, an Athenian decree in honour of the poet Philippides.
283/5 comments on the career of Philippides as a poet and a politician.
281/12 yings of Bithys, Pasiades, and Philippides, addressed to Lysimachus.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.262   a;αξ. And Philippides says in his Renovation -
Athen_11.781   . . . "   Philippides : "If you will glance
Athen_14.640   ed: - Cratinus says that Philippides has given this name
Athen_14.658   sacrifices. And Philippides, in his play called The Flu
Athen_15.700   And Philippides, in his Women together, says
Plut:Demetr_12   the blade. Hence, Philippides, who was an enemy to Strato
Plut:Demetr_26   Stratocles from the poet Philippides :- " The man who can
Plut:Mor_183   slave from a king ! & To Philippides the comedian, his fri
Syll_362   (299/8)   ple, as proposed by Philippides of Paiania, the son

  Philippides 2   - a notoriously thin man
Athen_6.238   He is a Tithymallus or Philippides; & For water-drinking
Athen_11.503   drachmas of metal thinner than Philippides."
Athen_12.552   the air so well. Philippides, also, was extremely thin,

  Philippides 3   - son of Diocles
Plut:Mor_843 they had two children, Philippides and Nicostrata, whom

  Philippides   - in documents
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   monon Dropades of Kettos Philippides of . . . Th
THI_108 (c. 228)   ropoioi Nikandros and Philippides bearing a decree,

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