Pericles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Xanthippus; Athenian politician, 5th century B.C.
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DF} & & Suda_D'451 & A law of Pericles about citizenship.
goes on to say [ 503'c ], that Pericles also was lately
-four years after the death of Pericles. & * * * * * [64.]
esian war was excited by Pericles,  on account of his
prostitutes who followed Pericles when he laid siege to
sumed. And did not Pericles the Olympian (as Clearchus tel
Miltiades, or Cimon, or Pericles, or of some other of the
of generalship, since Pericles has said that I know how
ator, before the time of Pericles (whose name is prefixed
after him the celebrated Pericles, who, though adorned wit
and not, as Eupolis relates of Pericles, to sting as well
ived the above-mentioned Pericles, the illustrious son of
to have dwelt on the lips of Pericles.  This Cethegu
speaker: for such was Pericles,- such was Hypereides,
of two eminent leaders, Pericles, a man of tried courage,
advice of their leader Pericles, deferred revenge for
the Lyceium, in the time of Pericles.  & HARPOCRATI
Philoch_* 118-121 *
boea was provided by us and by Pericles". Philochorus says
remained: Thrasyllus, Pericles, Lysias, Aristocrates
that consummate orator, Pericles, the comedy-writer Eupol
speak himself: Remember, Pericles, you govern freemen, Gre
Themistocles rather than Pericles, when his affairs did
stocles, Aristeides, and Pericles; though the times gave
to the persuasions of Pericles the son of Xanthippus,
follow in the steps of Pericles, Aristides, and Solon,
Frontinus, Str_4.7'21]  & Pericles. The Lacedaemonian
a friend and acquaintance of Pericles, invaded Attica.
- son of Pericleitus; Athenian parasite, late 5th century B.C.
... of Gargettus; Pericles, son of Pericleitus of Pitthis
- king of Lycia, about 380-362 B.C.
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sued by some warships of Pericles the Lycian, he put to
- an opponent of Menesaechmus, late 4th century B.C.
and the other is Against Pericles and Democrates which beg
- in documents
our flock far away, lest Pericles the thief drive you and
ons voted for it and (?) Pericles abstained, but the whole
oyal scribe of the nome, Pericles, as owing this sum t
(272-260) Oiniadai Secretary: Perikles of Oiniadai Treasurer:
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