Euphorion   - in ancient sources @

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  Euphorion   of Chalcis - Greek poet, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
274/10 The birth of the poet Euphorion of Chalcis.
245/11 The poet Euphorion is a favourite of Nicaea.
230/11 Euphorion studies philosophy as a pupil of Lacydes.
221/30 The drunken behaviour of Euphorion at a banquet given by Prytanis.
204/19a Euphorion is appointed by Antiochus to be head of the public library
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_7.48   he must consult Eratosthenes, Euphorion, and others who
Aelian:NA_17.28   withstand. [28] & Euphorion says in his Commentaries that
AnthPal_11.218   us, but on all occasions Euphorion had Choerilus in his
Athen_2.44   nto our assemblies." And Euphorion of Chalcis writes in
Athen_4.154   roats with a sword." And Euphorion the Chalcidian, in his
Athen_6.263   is on this account that Euphorion the epic poet called
Athen_11.475   from the sheep."   And Euphorion : "Or else from some
Athen_11.477   Delphi says that when Euphorion the poet was dining wit
Athen_11.477   Delphi says that the poet Euphorion was dining at the house
Athen_14.633   that it was mentioned by Euphorion (who is also an Epic
Athen_14.635   now as theirs. And Euphorion, in his treatise on the
Athen_15.700   And Euphorion, in his Historical Commentaries says
Cic:Tusc_3.45   who sing the verses of Euphorion. He is sensible that all
Meleager_4.1   ull of harsh honey : and Euphorion's lychnis and the Muses
Theodorid_7.406   & { G-P 14 } & Euphorion, the exquisite writer of vers

  Euphorion 2   - father of Aeschylus the tragedian
AntipThes_7.39 lies Aeschylus, son of Euphorion, who first built high

  Euphorion   - in documents
THI_64 (263-236)   of Sikyon the son of Euphorion     ;

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