Pytheas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian orator, 4th century B.C.
The orator Pytheas admits that he has sometimes behaved badly.
ength of time. And Pytheas says, "But you see the demagogu
lemen." 5. Against Pytheas, on a charge of illegal citizen
Against Himeraeus and Against Pytheas. Philochorus in boo
sth_27 & Demosthenes and Pytheas argue at an assembly in
edonians. PYTHEAS. Pytheas, when he was a young man, stood
to trial by Hypereides, Pytheas, Menesaechmus, Himeraeus,
with those who have." Pytheas the orator, when he first
of Thebes - father of the singer Cleon
does Cleon of Thebes, Pytheasí tuneful son, & While liv
of Phigaleia - a wealthy Arcadian
and gold; one of whom is Pytheas the Arcadian, of the town
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