Phrynichus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Phrynichus   - tragedian, 5th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_06.250 per they took a paean of Phrynichus or Stesichorus, and
Athen_13.564 beds of roses. And Phrynichus said of Troilus:- & The ligh
Athen_13.603 to him, 'How well did Phrynichus speak when he said-
Athen_13.604 O Sophocles; but still Phrynichus did not say well when
Plut:Mor_834 engraved the decree concerning Phrynichus." 2. & ANDO

  Phrynichus 2   - a poet of Old Comedy
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_02.44 drinker, concerning whom Phrynichus says, "that the gulls
Athen_06.248 sparing eater) occurs in Phrynichus in his The solitary
Athen_14.654 some sparrows. And Phrynichus, in his Tragedians, says-
Philoch_122 ucted a well at Colonus; Phrynichus says in his Monotropos

  Phrynichus 3   - Athenian commander in Samos during the Peloponnesian War
Polyaen_03.6.1 also: Plutarch, Sol_11] [6] & Phrynichus. When Phrynichus

  Phrynichus 4   - a chorus-member, 4th century B.C.
Athen_12.538 choruses,- Timotheus, Phrynichus, Caphesias, Diophantus

  Phrynichus 5   - Athenian archon, 337 B.C.
DionHal:Din_9 Lysimachides Chaeronidas Phrynichus Pythodemus & {336/5
FGrH_255.5 Lysimachides, Chaerondas and Phrynichus. In the first


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