Xenarchus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Xenarchus   - a writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
Athen_10.440 without some wit that Xenarchus introduces, in his Pent
Athen_10.441 bear the vine. And Xenarchus, in his Pentathlon, says- &
Athen_13.559 out end. [559] And Xenarchus, in his Sleep, says- & Are
Athen_13.569 admiral as Cydias. Xenarchus also, in his Pentathlum, repr
Athen_15.693 from before me. Xenarchus, too, in his Twins, says- &

  Xenarchus 2   - Achaean general, 174 B.C.
174/_ Achaean General: Xenarchus

  Xenarchus 3   of Seleuceia - Peripatetic philosopher, 1st century B.C.
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44/146 eographer Strabo is taught by Aristodemus, Tyrannion and Xenarchus


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