Sisyphus   - in ancient sources @

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  Sisyphus   - son of Aeolus; an ancient king of Ephyra
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Aelian:NA_6.58   not, you men who rival Sisyphus* and the Cercopes **
AnthPal_11.67   put together, grandmother of Sisyphus and sister of Deuc
AntipSid_7.81   O Cleobulus, and the land of Sisyphus & says that Peria
AntipSid_9.151   matrons of the town of Sisyphus, and her myriads of peop
Athen_11.493   } : 'Where also dwelt Sisyphus, who ho was the craftiest
Cic:Tusc_1.10   water touches his chin; and Sisyphus,
Cic:Tusc_1.98   the prudence of Ulysses and Sisyphus: nor should I then be
Nicand:Al_600   eneath which the sons of Sisyphus buried the youthful Meli
Polyaen_1.Preface   the authority of Homer, Sisyphus the son of Aeolus was
Polyaen_6.52.1   government of Acragas. [52] Sisyphus. Sisyphus, who sus

  Sisyphus 2   - tyrant of Pharsalus, 4th century B.C.
Athen_6.252 was a flatterer and servant of Sisyphus the tyrant of Phar

  Sisyphus   - in documents
CIL_1.1537 Gaius, Lucius Runtius Sisyphus son of Gaius, and Ma

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