Platon   - in ancient sources @

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  Platon   - a writer of Old Comedy, late 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_4.146   upper (for he it is whom Platon the comic writer mentions
Athen_6.237   to be a parasite, occurs in Platon the comic writer,
Athen_10.441   mighty wine. [58.] Platon, in his Phaon, relating how many
Athen_11.478   for the neighbours."   Plato also, in Zeus Outraged
Athen_11.783   breath, as the comic poet Plato shows : "He broke open
Athen_14.628   account, Aristophanes or Platon, in his Preparations (as
Athen_14.641   epiphorēmata. But Platon the comic poet, in the Mene
Athen_14.644   ated. Accordingly, Platon the comic poet mentions cheesecak
Athen_14.656   κίω&}. Platon, however, has used the word
Athen_14.657   ;λὴ&}? And Platon, in his Io, says - 'Bring
Athen_15.665   following iambics from The of Platon -
Athen_15.666   shows in his Nemesis But Platon the comic poet, in his
Athen_15.667   elegantly, as Dicaearchus says; and Platon intimates as much in his
Athen_15.677   will mention the hypoglōttis which Platon speaks of in his Zeus
Athen_15.678   used in that sense by Platon the comic poet, in his
Athen_15.699   Platon also, in his Long Night
Athen_15.700   Platon too, in his Long Night
Plut:Mor_833   and none of his. Platon, in his comedy called Peisander,

  Platon 2   - a Greek living in Egypt, 3rd century B.C.
255/23 PCZen_59192, a letter from Platon to Zenon.

  Platon 3   - epistrategus of the Thebaid, 1st century B.C.
88/4 PLond_465, a letter from Platon to Nechthyres and the town of Pat
88/59 PBour_12, a letter from Platon to the town of Pathyris, announcing

  Platon   - in documents
SEG_51.1056 (242)   ] Charippos, Dion and Platon, [who proclaimed the]
SelPap_1.151 you say you have sent me by Platon the dancer's
Syll_322 akleitos son of Leonteus Platon son of Euainetos Damas
THI_90 (311-306)   andros   : 300 Platon son of Eukles   : 3

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