Lycophron - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the father of the orator Lycurgus, 4th century B.C.
his work On asserts that Lycophron is ignorant of the meaning
GUS was the son of Lycophron, and grandson of that Lycurgu
nce Lycurgus, the son of Lycophron of Butadae, had (as it
(307/6) Boutadai, the son of Lykophron], inheriting from
- an Athenian, accused of adultery by Lycurgus, and defended by Hypereides
his first speech against Lycophron; and so did Demosthenes
of Chalcis - Greek poet, 3rd century B.C.
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plots against Lycus, the (adoptive) father of the poet Lycophron.
Alexander of Aetolia and Lycophron sort out the tragedies and the com
Lycoph_, the "Alexandra" of Lycophron.
General comments on the life and writings of the poet Lycophron.
words are used purposely as by Lycophron.  Anonymous
words, such as those used by Lycophron and other affecte
ness as to these things, Lycophron of Chalcis, who wrote
this name to the cylix. Lycophron, too, in the ninth book
cause of courtesans," as Lycophron of Chalcis relates in
Alexander of Aetolia and Lycophron of Chalcis were appoint
ZES: The family of Lycophron The family of this Lycophron
as the ancient Homerus) Lycophron, who wrote the Alexandr
- son of the orator Lycurgus
ns, Abron, Lycurgus, and Lycophron; of which, Abron and
government. 3. & Lycophron, the son of Lycurgus of Butad
- great-grandson of the orator Lycurgus
arnian, to whom she bare Lycophron, who, being adopted by
- in documents
donios son of Theodektes Lykophron son of Eudemos Athe
(c. 263) s, the son of Proteas Lykophron of Herakleia, the
(soon after 200) with ...doros son of Lykophron and the other agono
(263-236) Naupaktos the son of Lykophron
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