Python   - in ancient sources @

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  Python   of Byzantium - an orator, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_12.550 their enemies. And Python the orator, of Byzantium, as Leo
Demetr:Eloc_80 of saying 'the orator Python was then rushing upon you
Plinius:Ep_9.26 resisted the audacity of Python's eloquence, which was rus

  Python 2   of Catana - a dramatist, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_2.50 ether it was composed by Python, (and if by him whether
Athen_13.586 he was, whether it was Python of Catana, or king Alexand

  Python 3   - a boy in the company of Alexander the Great
Plut:Mor_180 ander forced a kiss from Python, a boy beloved by Euius

  Python 4   - an Athenian, late 4th century B.C.
Athen_6.246 is, once was dining with Python, and olives (ἐ&lambd
Athen_13.583 Once when a man named Python had deserted her, & And

  Python 5   - a piper, 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Mor_184 eing asked whether Python or Caphisius was the better pipe

  Python 6   - a Sicilian slave-owner, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.2 his own master Antigenes and Python. At length, putting

  Python   - in documents
AnthPal_6.141 The shield that saved Python from the dread battle-din
PCairZen_59223 we wrote the receipt to Python , as well as for the 105
PCairZen_59300 5 arourai belonging to Python for 20 drachmas and 7 arou
SEG_29.1130 (200-150)   es, Xenodotos, Hagesikrates, Python, Kaphisodoros a
SEG_43.212 (c. 200)   hiotima daughter of Python : 5 drachmas Thiotima da
Syll_532 (218/7)   hons were (?) Python, Neon and Antigenes; the gen
Syll_619 (after 188)   los ...okrates son of Python ...agoras son of Poly

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