Plutarchus   - in ancient sources @

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  Plutarchus   of Alexandria - one of the speakers in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus
Athen_6.234   proposed by Ulpianus, Plutarchus, being one of those
Athen_6.248   [53.] [248] When Plutarchus had said all this about para
Athen_11.460   recline forthwith, for I want Plutarchus to render to us the
Athen_11.461   When we had lain down, Plutarchus said : "Well, as the
Athen_11.503   After this long recital by Plutarchus, who was applauded by all,
Athen_13.562   fter this had been said, Plutarchus cited the following

  Plutarchus 2   - tyrant of Eretria, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Philoch_160 political opponent of Plutarchus, but took over as tyra
Plut:Phoc_12 princes. Hereupon, Plutarchus of Eretria called in the Ath
Plut:Phoc_13 long about it Meanwhile Plutarchus, imagining that this

  Plutarchus 3   - philosopher, 4th century A.D.
Wikipedia entry
Tzetz:ProlCom_ philosophers Porphyrius, Plutarchus and Proclus - just as,

  Plutarchus   - in documents
SelPap_1.163 ave sent him to you with Plutarchus when her illness
SelPap_2.294 hite nome, from Aurelius Plutarchus also called Atact

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