Aristoxenus   - in ancient sources @

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  Aristoxenus   - a Peripatetic philosopher, who wrote about music
Wikipedia entry
322/18 Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus.
310/31 Aristoxenus, the musical theorist, is a parasite of Neleus.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_2.11 refore, that Spintharus, Aristoxenus, Philoxenus, and othe
Aelian:NA_8.7 on the snake. And Aristoxenus says somewhere that a man
Athen_4.174 wind instrument." Now Aristoxenus did not feel sure on
Athen_10.418 ain from animal food, as Aristoxenus tells us; and Apollod
Athen_12.545 Academy. [64.] And Aristoxenus the musician, in his Life
Athen_13.556 rus the Peripatetic, and Aristoxenus; who were preceded
Athen_* 14.619-621 * aks, Menalcas." And Aristoxenus, in the fourth book
Athen_14.624 worse than Babys." But Aristoxenus ascribes the inventio
Athen_* 14.630-635 * dancers, as is mentioned by Aristoxenus. But Scamon,
Athen_14.638 called Ametoridae. Aristoxenus says that just as some men
Athen_14.648 nus the flute-player, as Aristoxenus tells us in the eight
Lucian:Macr_18 musician, we are told by Aristoxenus, adopted the philosop
Philoch_223 ium in opposition to Plato, as Aristoxenus first falsely

  Aristoxenus 2   of Cyrene - a philosopher, famous for his love of luxury
  + Aristoxeni
Athen_1.7 near the land. But Aristoxenus, the philosopher of Cyrene,

  Aristoxenus 3   - Athenian archon, 55 B.C.
55/_ Athenian archon: Aristoxenus

  Aristoxenus   - in documents
Syll_355 (c. 300)   Tenedos, the sons of Aristoxenos, as proxenoi and
Syll_383 (c. 283 and 281)   The archon was Aristoxenos, and the councillors
Syll_520 (c. 250-200)   ides Xenodokos son of Aristoxenos Demon son of M
Syll_610 (190)   otheos of Kallipolis Aristoxenos of Amphissa Chal
Syll_657 (155/4)   eios of Phlya, the son of Aristoxenos . . . of Ke

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