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  Philochorus   of Athens - author of a history of Attica, 3rd century B.C.
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260/3 Philoch_, the fragments of Philochorus' "Atthis" which covered events
259/9 General comments on the life and writings of Philochorus.
259/10 The historian Philochorus is put to death by Antigonus for supporting
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_63 of Homer, according to Philochorus, a hundred and eighty
Athen_02.37 Trireme. [6.] But Philochorus [ Fr_170 ] says that men
Athen_02.38 denies. [7.] And Philochorus relates that Amphictyon,
Athen_04.168 But Phanodemus, and also Philochorus [ Fr_196 ], have rela
Athen_05.217 But Marsyas and Philochorus [ Fr_126 ] say that he reig
Athen_06.235 the parasites. And Philochorus gives the same account in
Athen_06.245 legal number. And Philochorus, in the seventh book of his
Athen_09.393 us, or Boio, which Philochorus [ Fr_214 ] says was his pro
Athen_11.464 the same kind. And Philochorus speaks of this kind of peop
Athen_11.495 lso the pentaploa. Philochorus mentions this, in the secon
Athen_14.630 those tunes. But Philochorus [ Fr_216 ] asserts that the
Athen_14.637 in Corcyra. But Philochorus, in the third book of his
Athen_14.645 it in his Hecate. Philochorus [ Fr_86 ] also mentions the
Athen_14.656 the Athenians," as Philochorus tells us [ Fr_173 ], " when
Athen_15.693 and useful from it." And Philochorus, in the second book
Athen_15.697 at Rhodes. &# And Philochorus says that the Athenians sin
DionHal:Din_3 seen from the history of Philochorus and from what he hims
DionHal:Din_13 time of this archon, as Philochorus {FGrH 328 F154} state
Philoch_* 20-39 * book of his Atthis and Philochorus in the second and thi
Philoch_* 42-49 * [42] & LEX.DEM. & Philochorus in book 5 of his Atthis mak
Philoch_* 52-71 * Androtion in his Atthis and by Philochorus in book 6 of
Philoch_T1 short biography of Philochorus in the Suda (10th century
Philoch_* 115-144 * anksgiving, according to Philochorus, as they had previous
Philoch_* 147-151 * ook 5 of his Atthis, and Philochorus say that he and his
Philoch_* 154-162 * sent in this archon's year, as Philochorus says in his His
Philoch_166 SCHOL.PIND., NEM.3'4 & Philochorus says that the Athenia
Philoch_* 200-206 * on the tetradrachm, as Philochorus says; and the tetrada
Philoch_223 time. All this is recorded by Philochorus. He also says
Philoch_224 ool} from [Plato]. Philochorus says that Speusippus {dedic
Plut:Mor_846 little more could be found, as Philochorus relates. But
Plut:Mor_847 Antipater, Greeting." Philochorus tells us that he died


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