Timotheus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Timotheus   of Miletus - citharode, late 5th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_08.338 mpest in the Nautilus of Timotheus, said that he had seen
Athen_08.352 had heard the poem of Timotheus, on the subject of Seme
Athen_11.465 rances around. And Timotheus, in his Cyclops, says- &
Athen_14.636 he calls it, says that Timotheus the Milesian appears
Plut:Agis_10 hose who did the same to Timotheus; and yet you complain
Plut:Demetr_42 is a tyrant," as Timotheus expresses it; but justice,
Plut:Mor_177 after autumn. & Timotheus the harper, receiving of him

  Timotheus 2   - father of Conon, 5th century B.C.
Philoch_144 owed by Conon the son of Timotheus, who used the armaments

  Timotheus 3   - son of Conon; Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
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Athen_10.419 the morrow. And Timotheus, the son of Conon, being once
Athen_13.577 yracuse. [38.] And Timotheus, who was general of the Athen
Just_16.4 too long idleness, from Timotheus general of the Athenian
Philoch_152 ivered while the general Timotheus was still alive about
Philoch_223 account of Chabrias and Timotheus, the Athenian generals
Plut:Mor_187 those. TIMOTHEUS. Timotheus was reputed a successful gene
Plut:Mor_* 836-838 * us, and another accusing Timotheus of treason, - in both
Polyaen_03.10.1 a camp on the shore. [10] & Timotheus. When there was
Polyaen_* 03.10.10-17 * storm. 10 & When Timotheus was besieging Samos, the cont
Polyaen_* 03.10.2-9 * the fleet which Timotheus commanded was about to sail,

  Timotheus 4   - tyrant of Heracleia, 353-338 B.C.
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Memn_2 guardian of the tyrant's sons, Timotheus and Dionysius.
Memn_3 ing of Sparta. [3] Timotheus took over the government and

  Timotheus 5   - a flute-player, 4th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_12.538 ayed with the choruses,- Timotheus, Phrynichus, Caphesias,
Athen_13.565 did not practise it; and Timotheus the flute-player used

  Timotheus 6   - a comic poet
Athen_06.243 invitation. And Timotheus says in his Puppy - & Let us

  Timotheus 7   of Athens- a biographer
Diog_Laert_07.1 lly bent on one side, as Timotheus, the Athenian, tells

  Timotheus 8   - leader of the Ammonites, 2nd century B.C.
163/19 Judas defeats Timotheus, the leader of the Ammonites.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_12.329 and a numerous army, of which Timotheus was the commander
Joseph:AJ_12.330 udas, to inform him that Timotheus was endeavouring to tak
Joseph:AJ_* 12.337-343 * then shut up, and where Timotheus lay round the place wit

  Timotheus 9   - of Tralles, victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 128 B.C.
128/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Timotheus of Tralles
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_209 race 163rd [128 B.C.] - Timotheus of Tralles, stadion rac

  Timotheus 10   $H - father of Timonoë, 3rd century B.C.
Callim:Epigr_17 the name of thy father Timotheus on thy tombstone, and


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