Philiscus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a companion of the orator Lysias, 4th century B.C.
than Isocrates. Philiscus, his companion, and Isocrates
of Corcyra - tragic poet, 3rd century B.C.
eneral comments on the career of the tragedian Philiscus of Corcyra.
After them marched Philiscus the poet, being a priest of
- Epicurean philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Epicurean philosophers Alcaeus and Philiscus are expelled from Rome.
men, banish Alcaeus and Philiscus the Epicureans out of
- a settler in Egypt, 1st century B.C.
SelPap_1.2, the marriage contract of Philiscus and Apollonia.
of Aegina - a Cynic philosopher, 4th century B.C.
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by Agis, Anaxarchus, Antiphanes, Dioxippus, Philiscus and others.
ticus' addressed to you, Philiscus; because I see that you
- in documents
(188-186) odes son of Minnion Philiskos son of Lysimachos Dem
(250-200) on behalf of Philiskos son of Philiskos Theo
(200-150) y of Kos. When Philiskos was monarchos, on the twen
(180-170) Aischros, Heragoras, Philiskos and Artemon - as
Anaxileōs son of Philiskos Lykos son of Dexikr
(256/5 or 254/3) kleides Flute-player: Philiskos of Boeotia, the so
(c. 207/6) Maiandros, namely Philiskos son of Pythagoras,
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