Menander   - in ancient sources @

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  Menander   of Thessaly - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 524 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_201 race 64th [524 B.C.] - Menander of Thessaly, stadion rac

  Menander 2   - general of Alexander the Great, and satrap of Lydia
Wikipedia entry
318/13 Gryllion is the parasite of the satrap Menander.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_1 to Cassander; Lydia to Menander; Phrygia on the Hellespo
Arrian:Fr_9 own to Antigonus through Menander the governor of Lydia,
Arrian:Fr_10 force ... ... and Menander the satrap of Lydia, when he
Athen_6.245 Gryllion the parasite of Menander the satrap was passing
Just_13.4 mphylia; Cassander, Caria; and Menander, Lydia. 16 The Les
Plut:Eum_9 tely sent a messenger to Menander, who escorted the baggag
Syll_302 (326/5)   eleventh year when Menandros was satrap and Isagora

  Menander 3   of Athens - writer of New Comedy, 342-292 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
321/9 Menander produces his first play at Athens.
316/1 Menand:Dysc, Menander's comedy "Dyscolos", performed at the festival
316/7 Menander wins his first victory for comedy, with a play called "Orge"
316/21a The poet Menander courts the favour of Demetrius.
301/2 The first production of "The Imbrians", a comedy by Menander.
292/5 The comic poet Apollodorus of Gela is a contemporary of Menander.
292/6 Menander refuses invitations to travel to the courts of Macedonia and
292/7 istorian Duris, wins against Menander in a competition for comic poet
292/8 Sayings of Menander, addressed to Glycera, Philemon, and others.
292/9 General comments on the character and writings of Menander.
292/10 The death of Menander the comic poet.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_12 ying, in accordance with Menander's [phrase], 'so that I
Aelian:NA_7.19 oys in the all-night revels of Menander.* The partridge
Aelian:NA_9.7 abundant feast. And Theron in Menander's play [fr. 895
Aelian:NA_12.10 ' Like a mouse's death,' and Menander mentions it in his
Aelian:NA_13.4 its left side. And Menander bears witness to these stateme
AnthPal_7.370 DIODORUS & { Ph 15 } & Menander of Athens, the son of
AnthPal_9.187 towed their gift on you, Menander, endowing your dramas
Apollod:Fr_43 LUS GELLIUS, 17.4] Menander was often defeated in comedy
Apul:Flor_16 the stage in competition with Menander and contested agai
Athen_4.175 in his Physician; and Menander does so too, in his Cari
Athen_* 06.241-248 * been quoted [ 239'f ].) Menander too mentions him in his
Athen_6.258 rich oneself. But Menander, in his play called The Flatte
Athen_6.270 ribute as a listener; as Menander says; on which account
Athen_10.442 on Byzantium. But Menander, in his play called the Woman
Athen_12.549 who came to him." And Menander also, who was a person
Athen_12.552 a very short time! And Menander, in his Passion, says-
Athen_13.559 of all his senses ? And Menander, in his Symbol-Bearer,
Athen_13.567 hais, and the Phanium of Menander, the Opora of Alexis,
Athen_13.571 term to the trade; as Menander, in his Deposit, disting
Athen_13.585 ongs." &# And once, when Menander the poet had failed with
Athen_13.587 intoxication. And Menander, in his False Heracles, says-
Athen_13.594 strangers. That Menander the poet was a lover of Glycer
Athen_14.644 Samos. [52.] & Menander, in his False Heracles, speaks
Athen_14.651 minondas prevailed." And Menander, in his Self-Tormentor,
Athen_14.654 on) may be found used by Menander in his Concubine, where
Athen_14.659 nstance, in the Arbitrants, of Menander. And Philemon in
Athen_14.661 by Sicilian art. And Menander, in his Spectre, says
Athen_4.146 of Ephippus. But Menander, in his play called Drunkennes
ChronPasc_424 total, 240 years. [Ol. 120.2] Menander, the writer of com
Crinag_9.513 in the many dramas that Menander, with one of the Muses
Demetr:Eloc_153 tance is the prologue of Menander's 'Woman of Messenia.'
ExcBarb_35A aeus. At that time Menander [the writer of comedies] was
Hieron:Chron_1696 696] [1695 in Ar.] Menander won his first victory, for a
Hieron:Chron_1725 25] [1724 in Ar.] The death of Menander, the writer of com
Julian:Mis_342 the ill-tempered man in Menander, "I myself kept heaping
Plinius:Ep_6.21 comedies in the style of Menander and other poets of the
Vit:Arat_4 ander of Aetolia, Callimachus, Menander and Philetas. 20

  Menander 4   - a soldier in the army of Ptolemy II
246/12 elephant falls in love with Menander, a soldier in Ptolemy' army.

  Menander 5   I - Greek king of India, in the middle of the 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
190/32 The birth of Menander, the future Greek king of India, in a town call
130/26 The widespread conquests of Menander in India.
130/27 Menander holds learned conversations with Nagasena, a Buddhist sage.
130/28 The cities of India honour Menander after his death.

  Menander 6   (or Xenander) - father of Eucles, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.150 archon, and Eucles, the son of Menander of Alimusia, was

  Menander 7   - a general of Mithridates, 1st century B.C.
Memn_24 Taxiles, Diophantus and Menander, confronted Fimbria with

  Menander 8   (T. Ampius Menander) - a Roman senator, 1st century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.239 tine tribe, Titus Appius Menander, the son of Titus, Publi

  Menander 9   of Ephesus - a Greek historian
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_117 now I shall add Menander the Ephesian, as an additional
Phylarch_33 ylarchus in book 17, and Menander in book 1, neither a wom

  Menander 10   - Athenian archon, 38 B.C.
38/_ Athenian archon: Menander

  Menander   - in documents
223/3a ecree of Rhamnūs in Attica, in honour of Menander, a trierarch.
189/8a Athenian decree in honour of (?) Menander, an associate of Eumenes.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.366 Aous was fatal ; to you, Menander, the tempest of the Carp
CIL_1.2693 .2693 [iii] Menander, slave of Lucius Var
Lucill_11.139 48 } & Zenonis keeps Menander the bearded grammar-teac
OGIS_59 (163)   es son of De... Kalligenes Menandros son of Di... K
PsCallisth_3.31 Philip the inventor, Philotas, Menander . . . Of these,
RC_47 (185)   of Dystros. Menandros brought the letter from P
SEG_17.639 (c. 301-298)   money the city determines. Menandros . . . . . .
SEG_35.1080 (321/0)   r of the goddess, and Menandros was curator; it was
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   tary {at Ambrakia} and Menandros son of Metrophanes
SEG_44.1108 (158)   arides, Moles son of Menandros, Artimos son of Ara
SelPap_2.316 To Claudius Menander, royal scribe, from
Syll_322 yonides son of Philippos Menandros son of Thallion Mos
Syll_529 (219)   on was president, and Menandros was secretary of
Syll_545 (206/5)   des, Nikon Athenians: Menandros with Moschion of He
Syll_633 (c. 180)   n Menandros son of Taureon was step
Syll_657 (155/4)   son of Athenagoras Menandros of Melite, the son of
THI_39 (235/4)   Epigenes, that since Menandros, when he had been ap
THI_64 (263-236)   cil were Damon, Andron and Menandros. → inscri
THI_90 (311-306)   Amphipolis, son of Menandros   : 300 Platon so
THI_91 (240-230)   }, and by the judges Menandros, Nikodemos, Philodem
THI_99.H (2nd century)   . In the year of Menandros as archon, on the 28th d

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