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  Apelles   of Colophon - painter, contemporary of Alexander the Great
Wikipedia entry
323/24 two official artists, the sculptor Lysippus and the painter Apelles.
320/38 Apelles' painting of "Aphrodite Anadyomene" is allegedly a portrait
301/14 Apelles paints a portrait of Antigonus, which hides his bad eye.
290/1 Apelles' painting of "Calumny" is a retort to his opponents in the
290/2 General comments on the paintings of Apelles.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_4.50   lower eyelashes, so that Apelles ** of Ephesus incurred
Aelian:NA_17.Epilogue   ure of a fawn, as it did Apelles; or his statue of a calf,
AnthPal_16.180   Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles When Cypris, her hair dri
AntipSid_16.178   Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles Look on the work of Apell
Apul:Flor_7   portray him in bronze, only Apelles depict him in colour, only
Archias_16.179   Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles Apelles saw Cypris hersel
Athen_13.588   Aristagoras. And Apelles the painter, having seen Lais
Athen_13.590   and it was from her that Apelles took his picture of Aphro
Cic:Brut_70   omachus, Protogenes, and Apelles, every thing is finished
Cic:DeOr_3.26   one, yet Zeuxis, Aglaophon, and Apelles are quite unlike one another
DionHal:Din_7   painters the works of Apelles and his imitators, sculpt
LeonTar_16.182   Aphrodite Anadyomene of Apelles Apelles having seen Cypri
Plin:HN_7.125   a proclamation that only Apelles should paint his picture,
Plin:HN_35.42   and called it grape-lees ink. Apelles invented the method of making
Plin:HN_35.50   the illustrious painters Apelles, Aetion, Melanthius and
Plin:HN_35.98   [98]   Contemporary with Apelles was Aristides of Thebes. He
Plin:HN_35.107   Asclepiodorus, who was admired by Apelles for his proportions. For a
Plin:HN_35.111   is far from Zeuxis and Apelles. Perseus, the pupil to whom
Plin:HN_35.118   cottage in his little garden; Apelles had no wall-frescoes in his
Plin:HN_35.123   that Pamphilus, the teacher of Apelles, not only painted in
Plin:HN_35.140   [140] Ctesilochus a pupil of Apelles became famous for a saucy
Plin:HN_35.145   Timomachus and the Aphrodite of Apelles which we have mentioned {
Plin:HN_35.75-92 *   who was the instructor of Apelles. A work of Eupompus is
Plut:Arat_13   as, that the great Apelles, at a time when he was much adm
Plut:Demetr_22   orious a piece of art." Apelles tells us, that when he
SelPap_3.108   sculptor in the ring. - Apelles, who once beheld the golden
ValMax_8.11e.2   painted by any other but Apelles, nor to be represented in

  Apelles 2   of Chios - a pupil of the philosopher Arcesilaus
240/20 Apelles of Chios falls ill, and is visited by Arcesilaus, who secretl
240/22 upil of Alexinus, Antagoras, Apelles, Aridelus, Charmides, Cleanthes,
    Within translations:
Athen_10.420 time, Arcesilaus ordered Apelles, one of his friends, to

  Apelles 3   - one of the guardians of Philippus V; killed in 218 B.C.
218/5 Philippus protects the Achaeans from maltreatment by Apelles.
218/16 Apelles secures the election of Eperatus of Pharae as general of the
218/49 Philippus puts Leontius and Apelles to death on suspicion of treason.
    Within translations:
Plut:Arat_48 first began to listen to Apelles, Megaleas, and other cour

  Apelles 4   - a general of Antiochus IV in Judaea
Joseph:AJ_12.270 elf that sacrificed, and Apelles the king's general, who

  Apelles 5   of Byzantium - father of the grammarian Aristophanes
POxy_1241 came Aristophanes son of Apelles of Byzantium, then Apollo

  Apelles   - in documents
SEG_59.1406A (281)   s son of Apollodoros Apelles son of Dionysios Metro
THI_127 (c. 210)   of Me...os (?) treasurer : Apelles . . . . . . : .

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