Pythocles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an associate of Phocion, 4th century B.C.
eyebrows, walking in step with Pythocles' (Demosthenes,
ocles, Thudippus, Hegemon, and Pythocles. As for Demetrius
- a pupil of Epicurus
." And he addresses Pythocles, a beautiful youth, thu
ot; And in his letter to Pythocles, he writes, "Set
is one that he wrote to Pythocles, which is about the Hea
ecepts in your memory, O Pythocles, and so you will easily
- an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
PFreib_7, a letter from Antipater to Pythocles.
of Sicyon - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 236 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pythocles of Sicyon
136th [236 B.C.] - Pythocles of Sicyon, stadion race 137th
of Athens - a sculptor, 2nd century B.C.
Pythocles of Athens and others revive the art of sculpture.
- (?) an arrogant person
orchestra, walking like Pythocles, thanked the Athenians,
- son of Polycrates, a friend of Plutarch
our sons, Polycrates and Pythocles, may form themselves
- in documents
(c. 234) m the artisans was Pythokles of Hermione, the son
(190-180) alis tribe, with (?) Pythokles son of Hegesippos a
(263-236) ia Pythokles of Sikyon the son
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