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- Greek philosopher and geographer, late 4th century B.C.
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Dicaearchus measures the height of the Greek mountains.
on the diverse and erudite writings of the philosopher Dicaearchus.
calls Nicostratus, but Dicaearchus and his followers cal
own countrywoman; but Dicaearchus attributes it to the
ines in all his wars; as Dicaearchus relates in the third
nts and songs. And Dicaearchus, in his Essay on the Descen
hion. Accordingly, Dicaearchus, in his treatise On the Sac
Empedocles, as is asserted by Dicaearchus in his History
which are mentioned by Dicaearchus, in his essay On the
a second supper.' But Dicaearchus, in the first book
iting may be quoted from Dicaearchus, who says: `At Elia
. . that is what Dicaearchus wrote, but Philochorus in
as much again as its width. Dicaearchus agreed with Dem
of Laodiceia - a courtier of Antiochus IV
ecree of Delphi in honour of Dicaearchus of Laodiceia, a courtier of
of Trichonium - general of the Aetolian league, 195/4 B.c.
(194) eral of the Aetolians Dikaiarchos to the council
(early 2nd cent.) e again. When Dikaiarchos of Trichonion was general
of Thria - an Athenian general, serving the Macedonian kings
63;s in Attica, in honour of Dicaearchus, a general of Demetrius II.
(235/4) nesippos, that since Dikaiarchos had carried on his
- in documents
(163) on of Koiranos Dikaiarchos son of Apollonide
west that of Claudius Dicaearchus, ex-magistrate of
(254/3 or 250/49) Neoptolemos], Gelon, Dikaiarchos, Stratagos, Kroby
(soon after 230) oteles, Phalausias, Dikaiarchos, Daïmachos,
(c. 150) Polemarchos son of Dicaiarchos and Hagias son of Po
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