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  Pericles   - son of Xanthippus; Athenian politician, 5th century B.C.
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Aelian:Fr_68   DF} & & Suda_D'451 & A law of Pericles about citizenship.
Athen_5.217   goes on to say [ 503'c ], that Pericles also was lately
Athen_5.218   -four years after the death of Pericles. & * * * * * [64.]
Athen_11.505   Paralus and the sons of Pericles, [506] who died of the
Athen_11.506   the Thucydides who opposed Pericles in politics, and Lysimachus,
Athen_12.533   on Pleasure, says that Pericles, nicknamed the Olympian, after
Athen_13.569   esian war was excited by Pericles, [570] on account of his
Athen_13.572   prostitutes who followed Pericles when he laid siege to
Athen_13.589   sumed. And did not Pericles the Olympian (as Clearchus tel
Athen_13.594   Miltiades, or Cimon, or Pericles, or of some other of the
Athen_13.604   of generalship, since Pericles has said that I know how
Cic:Brut_27   ator, before the time of Pericles (whose name is prefixed
Cic:Brut_28   after him the celebrated Pericles, who, though adorned wit
Cic:Brut_38   and not, as Eupolis relates of Pericles, to sting as well
Cic:Brut_44   ived the above-mentioned Pericles, the illustrious son of
Cic:Brut_59   to have dwelt on the lips of Pericles. [60] This Cethegu
Cic:Brut_290   speaker: for such was Pericles,- such was Hypereides,
Cic:DeOr_1.216   art; [216] and therefore, though Pericles was the best orator in
Cic:DeOr_2.93   are any works extant, are Pericles ** and Alcibiades, ** and,
Cic:DeOr_3.59   inseparable, as Themistocles, Pericles, Theramenes; or who,
Cic:DeOr_3.138   What was the character of Pericles ? of whose power in
Cic:Rep_1.25   with the greatest terror, Pericles, who was then supreme
Cic:Rep_4.11   was no more proper that Pericles, who by reason of his
Just_3.6   of two eminent leaders, Pericles, a man of tried courage,
Just_3.7   advice of their leader Pericles, deferred revenge for
Nepos_7.2   up in the home of Pericles (for he is said to
Oros_1.21   the Athenians chose two leaders: Pericles, a man of proven courage,
Philoch_37   the Lyceium, in the time of Pericles. [38] & HARPOCRATI
Philoch_118-121 *   boea was provided by us and by Pericles". Philochorus says
Philoch_142   remained: Thrasyllus, Pericles, Lysias, Aristocrates
Plin:HN_7.209   the double-fluked anchor, Pericles of Athens grappling-irons
Plin:HN_34.74   life remains, and the Olympian Pericles, a figure worthy of its
Plin:HN_34.81   slave of the Olympian Pericles roasting the internal organs
Plin:HN_35.137   him belong an Epaminondas, a Pericles, a Medea, a Virtue, a
Plinius:Ep_1.20   that consummate orator, Pericles, the comedy-writer Eupol
Plut:Mor_186   speak himself: Remember, Pericles, you govern freemen, Gre
Plut:Mor_205   Themistocles rather than Pericles, when his affairs did
Plut:Mor_832   stocles, Aristeides, and Pericles; though the times gave
Plut:Mor_835   to the persuasions of Pericles the son of Xanthippus,
Plut:Phoc_7   follow in the steps of Pericles, Aristides, and Solon,
Polyaen_1.36.1   Frontinus, Str_4.7'21] [36] & Pericles. The Lacedaemonian
Polyaen_1.36.2   a friend and acquaintance of Pericles, invaded Attica.
ValMax_2.6.5   first the famous brows of Pericles, with two wreaths of olive.
ValMax_4.3e.1   same praise for foreigners: Pericles, the leader of the
ValMax_5.10e.1   [10e.1]   Pericles, the leader of the Athenians,
ValMax_7.2e.7   of his comedies brings in Pericles the Athenian, sent back from
ValMax_8.9e.2   [9e.2]   Pericles, together with his happy endowments
ValMax_8.11e.1   foretold by the celestial portent. Pericles went in front of the

  Pericles 2   - son of Pericleitus; Athenian parasite, late 5th century B.C.
Athen_6.234 ... of Gargettus; Pericles, son of Pericleitus of Pitthis

  Pericles 3   - king of Lycia, about 380-362 B.C.
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Polyaen_5.42.1 sued by some warships of Pericles the Lycian, he put to

  Pericles 4   - an opponent of Menesaechmus, late 4th century B.C.
DionHal:Din_11 and the other is Against Pericles and Democrates which beg

  Pericles   - in documents
Lucill_11.178 our flock far away, lest Pericles the thief drive you and
PsCallisth_2.4 ons voted for it and (?) Pericles abstained, but the whole
SelPap_1.77 oyal scribe of the nome, Pericles, as owing this sum t
Syll_421 (272-260)   Oiniadai Secretary: Perikles of Oiniadai Treasurer:


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