Antagoras - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Rhodes - poet, and friend of Antigonus Gonatas
ssed to a pupil of Alexinus, Antagoras, Apelles, Aridelus, Charmides,
retort of the poet Antagoras to Antigonus, about his cooking in cam
icures about fish. Antagoras the poet would not allow his
ghout the world. & Antagoras the poet was boiling a conger
with Persaeus the Stoic, Antagoras of Rhodes (the author
- son of Achaeion; an attendant of the Amphictyons, 3rd century B.C.
ictyons in honour of Agathocles, Damon, Achaeïon and Antagoras.
Syll_499, an decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Antagoras.
- in documents
consumed the great house of Antagoras. Free men and sla
er, quarrelling for one plank. Antagoras struck Peisistrat
iece, Agis, Cleophon and Antagoras - naked and worse off
Phaedimus' phlox, and Antagoras' sweetly-turning oxeye,
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