Timon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Timon   - Skeptic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
289/1 Timon of Phlius moves to Chalcedon, where he becomes a professional
269/5a Timon of Phlius moves to Athens.
240/21 Sayings of Timon, criticising Arcesilaus.
230/12 Timon and Lacydes attempt to outdo each other in a drinking contest
230/13 General comments on the character and writings of Timon.
230/14 The death of Timon of Phlius.
199/9 Praylous the pupil of Timon is accused of treason.
    Within translations:
Athen_4.162   mself.' On which account Timon somewhere or other said to
Athen_4.163   mach (though your friend Timon says of the stomach, "
Athen_6.251   before him. And Timon of Phlius, in the third book of
Athen_7.279   11.] And about Epicurus, Timon, in the third book of his
Athen_7.281   us; and, in consequence, Timon said of him, not without
Athen_10.438   But Lacydes and Timon the philosophers, being invited
Athen_10.445   ;ότης), as Timon of Phlius calls it.
Athen_11.505   dialogue On the Soul Hence Timon well said of him :
Athen_13.588   ystem." On which account Timon styles him- & The most unle
Athen_13.601   On which account Timon, in his Silli, says:- & There is
Athen_13.610   sually give wisdom." And Timon said- & There is great oste
Athen_15.698   his Parodies are preserved. And Timon also mentions him, in the
DiogLaert_7.15   in reference to which, Timon, in his Silli, speaks thus:
DiogLaert_7.16   ars always about him, as Timon tells us, where he says &
DiogLaert_7.161   On which account Timon says of him: & And one who, from
DiogLaert_7.170   On which account Timon says of him [in parody of Homer,
DiogLaert_10.3   hy, [3] on which account Timon says of him: & The last of

  Timon 2   of Athens - the misanthrope, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.314   314 - 320 are all on Timon the Misanthrope Learn not
AnthPal_7.315   the misanthrope, Timon, who was not even beloved by my
AnthPal_7.320   your feet if you go near. I, Timon the misanthrope, dwel
Callim:Epigr_3   hand. & [? 3] & The epitaph of Timon of Athens. [All about
Callim:Epigr_5   laughter. & [5] & Timon (for thou art no more), which is
Cic:Tusc_4.25   the whole human species, as Timon is reported to have done,

  Timon   - in documents
OGIS_345 (95/4)   e Kleandros son of Timon and Damokrates son of T
OGIS_59 (163)   mistokles Histiodoros Timon Leontios Alexis Aristok
Syll_314 (c. 320 +)   s of Elis, the son of Timon Race for four foals: Eu
Syll_331 (after 306)   thymos son of Zeuxis Timon son of Agathon Since
Syll_378 (c. 287)   ians awarded to Timon of Megara, the son of Agat
Syll_668 (c. 161/0)   th of Itonios]; and when Timon was tagos in Lamia
THI_127 (c. 210)   s } : Euthynos son of Timon, { blank } 30 commander
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   quot; her daughter to Timon was forced by povert
THI_63 (193)   ion "from the fund of Timon, in the month of Posi

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