Pherecrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a poet of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
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punching bags. And Pherecrates, in his Old Women, says -
af;) Heracles there? And Pherecrates, or Strattis, in his
in the Slave-teacher of Pherecrates, but by early habitua
read about it. For Pherecrates, in his Boors, says - & For
Atticist of all, namely Pherecrates, who in his Miners
man mentioned by Pherecrates, or Strattis, whichever was
them again. And Pherecrates the comic poet bears witnes
Diocles, the Corianno of Pherecrates, the Anteia of Eunicu
siness: on which account Pherecrates, in his Oven, or Woma
Athen_* 14.645-648 *
called diaconium. Pherecrates says- & He was so greedy
dried figs roasted, as Pherecrates proves by what he say
of the horses". Pherecrates in his Petale says: "Where
- in documents
(160-150) romos son of Aischinas and Pherekrates son of Menek
(140-130) nth of Homoloios were Pherekrates son of Phrixos an
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