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of Samos - Greek philosopher, 6th century B.C.
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+ Pythagorean , Pythagoreans
It has no need of Pythagoras for counsellor, but flowers
it has never heard of Pythagoras of Samos, for all that
the followers of Pythagoras also say this touching the
east, as tells the philosopher Pythagoras, Homer's soul
Athen_* 04.162-164 *
men admire; following Pythagoras in this doctrine alone
to the doctrine of the Pythagoreans about plots against
eat me. And in his Pythagorean he says - & For being hungr
sus relates in his treatise on Pythagoras. But he did not
ecatomb.  But Pythagoras was a very sparing drinker,
Aristophon, in his Pythagorean, says:- & Now, is not Eros
ith its spell the Samian Pythagoras; yet he had discovered
gly, "Cleinias the Pythagorean,"  as Chamaeleon of
sation about music : for Pythagoras the Samian, who had
that it was mentioned by Pythagoras, in his treatise on
on the Doctrines of the Pythagoreans; one on Things in
into a common stock, as Pythagoras did, who said that the
er] - Quintus at last out of a Pythagorean peacock. SCHOLI
the philosopher Pythagoras lived at the same time as
es, and one of these was Pythagoras, who became a student
[conquered] Egypt; and Pythagoras was seized: (?) 540
in Ar.] Nigidius Figulus, the Pythagorean sage, died in
Anaxilaus of Larissa, a Pythagorean wise man, was banishe
hians. Sextus, the Pythagorean philosopher, was born [ or
philosophical system of Pythagoras, and lived in Athens
the Parians followed the Pythagorean philosophy, and they
of Laconia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 716 B.C.
16th [716 B.C.] - Pythagoras of Laconia, stadion race 17t
of Magnesia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 300 B.C.
mpic victor in the stadion race: Pythagoras of Magnesia-on-Maeander.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pythagoras of Magnesia (II)
izes at all the major games, Pythagoras in the stadion race, and Nico
race 120th [300 B.C.] - Pythagoras of Magnesia-on-Maeande
der, in the stadion race Pythagoras won twice at the Olymp
of Samos - victor in the boxing contest at the Olympic games, 588 B.C.
of Croton, stadion race Pythagoras of Samos was excluded
- an officer of Ptolemy Philadelphus
Pythagoras, an officer of Ptolemy, extracts a huge piece of rock-c
itings about the Red Sea Pythagoras says that there is an
is the account given by Pythagoras and attested by Crates
of Zacynthus - a Greek musician
for instance, the tripod of Pythagoras of Zacynthus.
- in documents
(174-172) ely: Herakleon son of Pythagoras Nikostratos son of
(163) Me... Pythagoras Eudemos Bakchon Aphrodisios
(304-301) osed by Molpos son of Pythagoras and Amphidokos so
(301-281) ing the night from Pythagoras, the king arrive
(c.260) izen, when our envoys Pythagoras, Epikouros and La
(c. 260) ited by our envoys - Pythagoras, Epikouros and La
(251/0) ny, in full assembly; Pythagoras of Alopeke, the
(c. 207/6) ely Philiskos son of Pythagoras, Konon son of Dion
(203/2) the Teians have sent Pythagoras and Kleitos as en
(203/2) enians: Amyklas Since Pythagoras son of Kleitos and
(203/2) Teians have sent [Pythagoras son of Kleitos] and
(203/2) ians] have granted to Pythagoras and Kleitos of T
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