Autolycus   - in ancient sources @

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  Autolycus   - a famous robber, who was alive when Odysseus was a young boy
Wikipedia entry
Athen_10.413   the first edition of his Autolycus- & For when there are
Athen_11.460   the sacrificial meat. [460] Again, Autolycus once went 'to the rich
Polyaen_1.Preface   the same authority, was Autolycus the son of Hermes [ Od_
Polyaen_6.52.1   who suspected that Autolycus was frequently stealing his

  Autolycus 2   - a member of the Areopagus at Athens, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Mor_843 ous matters; and accused Autolycus the Areopagite, Lysicle

  Autolycus 3   - son of Agathocles; a bodyguard of Philippus Arrhidaeus
Arrian:Fr_9 uard Antipater appointed Autolycus the son of Agathocles,

  Autolycus 4   - an Academic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Apollod:Fr_53 ior to the associates of Autolycus and Amyntas, and was

  Autolycus 5   of Athens - son of Lycon, 5th century B.C.
Athen_5.216 ponicus, as the lover of Autolycus, the son of Lycon, and
Julian:Mis_349 too is praising Autolycus when he says [ Homer, Od_19'3

  Autolycus   - in documents
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   hodoros Aristobios son of Autolykos . . . Mnasilaid
Syll_600 (201/0)   tes son of Damokrates Autolykos son of Lykon Aristo

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