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- son of Cephalus; Athenian orator, early 4th century B.C.
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which is attributed to Lysias the orator, written about
iculars." In these words Lysias, having said that the ches
respects, we are told by Lysias the orator, in his oration
ccount of his beauty (as Lysias the orator states in his
earnest. [51.] And Lysias, in his oration against Lais,
ra, who was very beautiful, as Lysias relates in his Lette
eira was the mistress of Lysias the sophist; and these wom
man in his manners as Lysias the orator, in his speeche
O Cynulcus, are the words of Lysias. But I, in the words
ter Isocrates came Lysias, who, though not personally enga
any man.  But Lysias was the first who openly profess
Cic:Brut_* 63-68 *
as numerous as those of Lysias the Athenian; a great numb
her than Demosthenes and Lysias? or than Demosthenes and
fessedly in imitation of Lysias:- and the other (Demochare
when you compared old Cato to Lysias. He was, indeed, a
of Aristotle and Sophron and Lysias. Such witticisms as
sarcasm. Witness Lysias and his remark to an old woman's
of a unique style, as Lysias, Isocrates and Isaeus were
DionHal:Din_* 5-7 *
ion he closely resembled Lysias, on others Hypereides and
his private means; and Lysias, the Syracusan orator, at
efore me the speeches of Lysias among the Greeks, and thos
Plut:Mor_* 832-839 *
as Alcibiades, Critias, Lysias, and Archinous, we shall
always fair water. Lysias the orator was acquainted with
nt, but Aeschines approved it. Lysias favoured it. Plato
- a general of Seleucus I, 3rd century B.C.
ape into Syria, detached Lysias with a body of Macedonians
- Athenian archon, 238 B.C.
Athenian archon: Lysias
(soon after 235/4) , and afterwards when Lysias was archon, in the
- an enemy of Attalus I, 3rd century B.C.
Attalus defeats Lysias.
(c. 238-227) e battle by . . . against Lysias and the generals o
- the guardian of Antiochus V, king of Syria
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Antiochus appoints Lysias as viceroy during his expedition to the Eas
Judas defeats a Syrian force led by Lysias at Bethsur.
write to the Jews, following negotiations between Lysias and Judas.
Demetrius captures and kills Antiochus V and Lysias.
1Macc_* 3-7 *
fund. 32 He left Lysias, a distinguished man of royal
2Macc_* 10-14 *
kingdom, appointed one Lysias to have charge of the gove
along with his guardian Lysias, and made himself king in
Joseph:AJ_* 12.295-298 *
left one whose name was Lysias, who was in great repute
ty.  Hereupon Lysias was confounded at the defeat of
 Nay, indeed, Lysias observing the great spirit of
ninth year; but it was Lysias that declared his death
ily out of Antioch, with Lysias, who had the command of
Joseph:AJ_* 12.379-381 *
But then, because Lysias, the general of the army, and
lled Menelaus;  for Lysias advised the king to slay
tock, but was induced by Lysias to translate that dignity
Antiochus the king, and Lysias, they brought them to him
lso conquered the place called Lysias, of which Silas a
mentioned Antiochus, and Lysias the general of his army,
he went to Persia left Lysias, the governor of Antioch
- an Epicurean philosopher, who became tyrant of Tarsus
the tyrant of that city, Lysias by name; who having been
- one of the Athenian commanders at the battle of Arginusae, 406 B.C.
Thrasyllus, Pericles, Lysias, Aristocrates and Diomedon
- a jester at the court of king Philippus, 4th century B.C.
There was a wit present called Lysias. He said: "Philip,
acted well when he slew Lysias and you acted wrongly when
- in documents
(c. 200) mas Lysis daughter of Lysias, : 5 drachmas Amin!
(late 3rd century) ion, the son of Menestratos Lysias of Abydos, the
(3rd cent.) yndos, son of Pagon Lysias of Ladarma, son of Lys
(286/5) the prytany, in assembly; Lysias of . . ., the son
(155/4) rhinoutta, the son of Lysias Areus of Kephisia, the
(c. 266) ureon, as proposed by Lysias son of Polychares; sin
(263-236) . . the son of Lysias ; sponso
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