Sophron - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Syracuse - a writer of mimes, 5th centuy B.C.
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also, for what else had Sophron in mind when he wrote his
to unmixed water. Sophron saysó & Pour unmixed water (
water, two heminai." Also Sophron : "Toss off the hemina,
vessel shaped like a kotylos Sophron, in the mime entitled Women
even the so-called Mimes of Sophron, which are not in verse,
and 'lustier than a pumpkin' (Sophron, Fragmm. 108, 34,
with those of Aristotle and Sophron and Lysias. Such
point is illustrated by Sophron, who writes: See, dear,
found in the words of Sophron with regard to the old
furnished by Boulias in Sophron's mime, who delivers an
ancy in a proverb. Sophron, for instance, speaks of 'Epiol
ators at the Isthmia" by Sophron, and it is different from
lay dying, the mimes of Sophron; so that even the last
of Ambracia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 432 B.C.
race 87th [432 B.C.] - Sophron of Ambracia, stadion race
- Seleucid governor of Ephesus, 3rd century B.C.
Laodice plots against Sophron, the governor of Ephesus, but he is pro
her also. And Sophron the governor of Ephesus had a
for disclosing a plot against Sophron.  & Athen_15.69
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