Timaeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Tauromenium - Greek historian, 3rd century B.C.
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Timaeus the historian moves to Athens.
Timaeus writes his history in exile.
The death of the historian Timaeus, aged 96 years.
the Eleatic school, who, Timaeus says, lived in the time
* * * [5.]  Timaeus of Tauromenium relates that the
expensive garments." And Timaeus, in the first book of his
ippus asserts. But Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth
their walls. And Timaeus extols highly the funeral pile
than honey. And Timaeus, in the twenty-second book of
mega;&]. [86.] And Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth
['marsh']." [103.] But Timaeus of Tauromenium, forgettin
Treatise addressed to Timaeus, says that among the Sici
ty.  & #& And Timaeus of Cyzicus (as the same Democha
their city. And Timaeus relates concerning them, that
hip between the two cities, as Timaeus relates. For of the
the men of Croton, as Timaeus says, after they had dest
by the Colophonians, as Timaeus and Aristotle tell us,
ooks and bird-catchers." Timaeus also mentions him in his
lso relates, and so does Timaeus, in his seventh book),
xth book of his Reply to Timaeus: and Aristippus was one
well known. And Timaeus, in the thirteenth book of his
mong the Greeks from Crete, as Timaeus informs us. But oth
ices of the city; though Timaeus, as if he acted by the
egance; of this cast was Timaeus the historian, and the
ver we ought to call it, Timaeus of Sicily, following what
at ninety, as Demochares and Timaeus tell us. Hiero, tyr
the Syrian eighty-five also, Timaeus of Tauromenium nine
of Elis - victor in the conest for trumpeters at the Olympic games, 396 B.C.
was added, and the winner was Timaeus of Elis. [p205] A
- title of a book by Plato
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yptian in Plato's book [ Timaeus, 22'B ] rightly despises
ntions this in the Timaeus, as follows: "When he wished
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