Sosylus   - in ancient sources @

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  Sosylus   - of Laconia; a Greek historian who wrote about Hannibal
200/24 Sosyl_, the fragments of Sosylus' book about Hannibal.
    Within translations:
Nepos_23.13   as fortune allowed, Silenus and Sosylus of Lacedaemon. And it was
Sosyl_0   for 37 years. 176: Sosylus Sosylus accompanied Hannibal
Sosyl_1   of the Deeds of Hannibal, by Sosylus. 241: Eratosthenes

  Sosylus   - in documents
Phld:Epigr_9.412 the season of the rose, Sosylus, and of ripe chick-peas,
THI_134 (c. 198)   id for the comic poet Sosylos for two days, and his

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