Timocles   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Timocles   - a writer of comedy, 4th century B.C.
Athen_06.237 more. [32.] And Timocles, in his Dracontius, hits off
Athen_* 06.240-246 * nothing pays. And Timocles, in his Centaur, or Dexamenus,
Athen_13.567 ccount, in the Neaera of Timocles, a man is represented
Athen_13.570 that delightful which Timocles speaks of in his Maratho
Athen_13.591 Courtesans. And Timocles the comic poet, in his Neaera,
Plut:Mor_845 omedians, Antiphanes and Timocles, who in derision used

  Timocles 2   - son of Simus; an Egyptian, 3rd century B.C.
263/1 gnall_107, a contract for two men acting as sureties for Timocles

  Timocles   - in documents
THI_125 (223)   40 Wiphiadas son of Timokles Pharsalios son of Eudi


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