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  Phylarchus   - Greek historian, 3rd century B.C.
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272/3 ion to the Peloponnese is the starting point of Phylarchus' history.
    Within translations:
Athen_01.18 acy in such matters; and Phylarchus confirms him [ Fr_35
Athen_02.43 it himself. And Phylarchus states [ Fr_63 ] that at Cle
Athen_02.44 in the cup. [21.] Phylarchus says [ Fr_64 ] that Theodoru
Athen_02.58 you," said Athenaeus; " Phylarchus the Athenian, (though
Athen_03.73 * [3.] [73] But Phylarchus says [ Fr_65 ] , that though
Athen_03.81 ία. And Phylarchus, in the sixth book of his
Athen_04.141 us. At all events, Phylarchus, in the (?) twenty-fifth boo
Athen_04.150 ong the Galatians," says Phylarchus in his sixth book [
Athen_06.249 om:Od_11'122 ] But Phylarchus, in the twenty-first book
Athen_06.254 tory. [66.] &# But Phylarchus says [ Fr_29 ], that those
Athen_06.261 very fond of mirth, as Phylarchus relates in the tenth
Athen_06.271 Leleges as slaves." But Phylarchus, in the sixth book of
Athen_08.333 edly for three days; and Phylarchus, in his fourth book
Athen_09.401 rus, who is mentioned by Phylarchus, in the fourth book
Athen_10.412 olian relates. But Phylarchus, in the third book of his
Athen_10.438 his house.  And Phylarchus, in the sixth book of his
Athen_10.442 travelling. And Phylarchus, in his sixth book [ Fr_7
Athen_11.462 Cadmus and Harmonia, as Phylarchus relates in the twenty-
Athen_12.521 ervant following them,)- Phylarchus, I say, states, that
Athen_12.526 But the Colophonians (as Phylarchus says [ Fr_66 ]), who
Athen_12.528 the Romans." [37.] And Phylarchus, in the eleventh book
Athen_12.536 take up his body." And Phylarchus, in the tenth book of
Athen_12.539 aimed in his place." And Phylarchus, in the twenty-third
Athen_13.593 own down a precipice, as Phylarchus relates in his twelfth
Athen_13.606 itude. Accordingly Phylarchus, in his twelfth book [ Fr_26
Athen_13.609 women in Asia. And Phylarchus, in his nineteenth book [
Athen_14.614 could make him laugh, as Phylarchus tells us in the sixth
Athen_15.673 that was new, was that Phylarchus, in the seventh book
Athen_15.693 sacrifice to the Sun, as Phylarchus tells us in the twelft
Phylarch_* 15-18 * daughter of Atlas. Phylarchus, in his seventh book, calls
Phylarch_22 wearing an upright tiara, as Phylarchus says in his tent
Phylarch_27 IANUS (Aelian:NA_17.5) & Phylarchus relates the following
Phylarch_28 & Let us credit Phylarchus with a marvellous tale about
Phylarch_33 OANNES LYDUS & According Phylarchus in book 17, and Menand
Phylarch_35 APOLLONIUS, Mirabilia & Phylarchus, in book 20 of his His
Phylarch_38 lled Paralus . . . Phylarchus mentions the hero called Par
Phylarch_47 battle against the Giants, as Phylarchus says in his Agra
Phylarch_49 H. Rackham] & &# Phylarchus records that when Antiochus
Phylarch_57 barbarian weapon, according to Phylarchus. [58] & Polyb_2.
Phylarch_61 IANUS (Aelian:NA_6.29) & Phylarchus mentions that a boy,
Phylarch_62 quotes from Aristotle, Phylarchus, and Polemon to show
Phylarch_68 after Io . . . but Phylarchus [says that it was given its
Phylarch_72 8.41 ] . . . but Phylarchus [(?) says that there are]
Phylarch_73 word, because it was used by Phylarchus [fragment 50].
Phylarch_81 SCHOLIAST on PINDARUS & Phylarchus says that Thetis went
Phylarch_82 SCHOLIAST on SOPHOCLES & Phylarchus says that there are
Phylarch_T1 century A.D.) says that "Phylarchus, of Athens or
Plut:Agis_9 onsulted her. But Phylarchus says that she was no other
Plut:Arat_38 ffered by them. 12 Phylarchus gives the same account ; but
Plut:Cleom_5 consent of Cleomenes, as Phylarchus thinks, or whether his
Plut:Cleom_28 their phalanx. Phylarchus, indeed, assures us, it was
Plut:Cleom_30 die more glorious. Phylarchus tells us (and it is not at


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