Parthenius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Nicaea - Greek poet, 1st century B.C.
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The poet Parthenius of Nicaea is captured by (?) Cinna, and brought
pitch on foul-mouthed Parthenius, because he vomited
term to cups, gyalai. But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius, in
from both sides. But Parthenius, the disciple of Dionysius,
drinking in any way.But Parthenius says the name amphikypellon
whose words are quoted by Parthenius the pupil of Dionysius, in
- in documents
Hierex Maiandrios son of Parthenios Hekataios son of H
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