Phoenix - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Amyntor; one of the Greek leaders during the Trojan War
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da_E'1137 , & E'2171 & & Phoenix, subject of a play by Eur
to Arcadia.  Phoenix blinded by his father Amyntor,
Greeks, the mother of Phoenix does not tolerate the con
turn to your question, my old Phoenix. Learn, then, that
morals and the language; as Phoenix in Homer, who says that
of Tenedos - a cavalry officer in the army of Eumenes
azus the son of Artabazus, and Phoenix of Tenedos. They
of Colophon - a Greek poet, (?) 3rd century B.C.
of catapults. And Phoenix of Colophon says- & A cask of
proposed a toast." But Phoenix of Colophon in his Iambic
- in documents
(c. 204/1) and Lysandros son of Phoinix was elected to be cap
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