Timon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Skeptic philosopher, 3rd century B.C.
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Timon of Phlius moves to Chalcedon, where he becomes a professional
Timon of Phlius moves to Athens.
Sayings of Timon, criticising Arcesilaus.
Timon and Lacydes attempt to outdo each other in a drinking contest
General comments on the character and writings of Timon.
The death of Timon of Phlius.
Praylous the pupil of Timon is accused of treason.
mself.' On which account Timon somewhere or other said to
mach (though your friend Timon says of the stomach, "
before him. And Timon of Phlius, in the third book of
11.] And about Epicurus, Timon, in the third book of his
us; and, in consequence, Timon said of him, not without
But Lacydes and Timon the philosophers, being invited
;ότης), as Timon of Phlius calls it.
ystem." On which account Timon styles him- & The most unle
On which account Timon, in his Silli, says:- & There is
sually give wisdom." And Timon said- & There is great oste
in reference to which, Timon, in his Silli, speaks thus:
ars always about him, as Timon tells us, where he says &
On which account Timon says of him: & And one who, from
On which account Timon says of him [in parody of Homer,
hy,  on which account Timon says of him: & The last of
of Athens - the misanthrope, 5th century B.C.
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hand. & [? 3] & The epitaph of Timon of Athens. [All about
laughter. &  & Timon (for thou art no more), which is
- in documents
(early 2nd cent.) quot; her daughter to Timon was forced by povert
(193) ion "from the fund of Timon, in the month of Posi
(95/4) e Kleandros son of Timon and Damokrates son of T
(163) mistokles Histiodoros Timon Leontios Alexis Aristok
(c. 320 +) s of Elis, the son of Timon Race for four foals: Eu
(after 306) thymos son of Zeuxis Timon son of Agathon Since
(c. 287) ians awarded to Timon of Megara, the son of Agat
(c. 161/0) th of Itonios]; and when Timon was tagos in Lamia
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