Aristocles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a tyrant, who ruled Tegea
a group who were opposed to Aristocles, their ruler.
- harp-player, and author of a book On Choruses
in Ctesibius. And Aristocles reports this, in his book
a favourite. And Aristocles the harp-player was a favour
called Homerists also, Aristocles has told us in his tre
used to wear sandals, as Aristocles tells us; but at the
called the Sicinnis, as Aristocles says in the eighth boo
Reply to the Letter of Aristocles, says- "That which we
ith him, at the house of Aristocles the harp-player; but
- a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
hree books, addressed to Aristocles; an essay on Definitio
of Rhodes - an orator, 1st century B.C.
of the school of Artamenes, Aristocles, Philagrius and
- in documents
who is the work of Aristocles holds the lyre, Ageladas'
ters ! All hail ! And I, Aristocles the wayfarer, give you
(95/4) y of Delphi; and when Aristokles son Herakon and [H
(163) os Aristopolis Aristokles Bakchon Herothemis Athena
(c. 200) lympicha daughter of Aristokles : 5 drachmas Diodor
(c. 200) Dioskourides son of Aristokles was epimenios, [as p
versus Saraeus. Aristocles, advocate for Pesouris,
(c. 320 +) Arkadia, the son of Aristokles Men's stadion race:
(276/5) ves: Bryas Athenians: Aristokles Eretrians: Theokr
(256/5 or 254/3) son of Nikonides ; Aristokles of Boeotia, the son
(c. 250-200) stoxenos Demon son of Maris Aristokles . . . Phei
(201/0) gos son of (?) Hermogenes Aristokles son of . . . .
(155/4) des of Phlya, the son of Aristokles . . . of Ach
(c. 161/0) n sent from Lakedaimon - Aristokles . . ., . . .,
(c. 309-305) e allowed to the wife of Aristokles and the . . .
(196-146) ding-horses: Aristokles of Larisa, the son o
(173-169) Artemidoros second: Aristokles . . . son of
(263-236) . to Protarchos . . . [to] Aristokles [to] Eude...
(280-240) eas son of Damokritos Aristokles son of Aristonymos
(250-200) lemos Eudemos son of Aristokles Antiphanes son of D
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