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  Polybius   of Megalopolis - Greek historian, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
220/36 the Social War, which is the formal start of Polybius' history.
199/4 The birth of the historian Polybius.
167/28 cities; but the historian Polybius is allowed to stay at Rome, whe
155/11 Polybius the historian persuades the Romans not to demand troops from
149/11 Polybius is summoned by Manilius to Lilybaeum, but returns home when
146/25 Polybius sails on a journey of exploration along the north-western
144/2 Polybius goes as Achaean envoy to Rome.
143/15 Syll_686, the base of a statue of Polybius at Olympia.
117/13 comments on the character of Polybius, and the help which he gave to
117/14 The death of the historian Polybius.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_79   [JOSEPHUS, Ap_2.83] & Polybius of Megalopolis, Strabo
Athen_2.45   drink of no other river, as Polybius relates.   And
Athen_5.193   the Seleucids. And Polybius says of him [ 26.1 ], He, esca
Athen_5.194   same king," continues Polybius [ 30.25 ], "having heard
Athen_6.251   Anticleia. &# And Polybius, in the thirteenth book of his
Athen_6.252   imaginable. But Polybius, in the eighth book of his His
Athen_6.272-274 *   forgetting himself, (and Polybius of Megalopolis attacks
Athen_9.400   nly just conceived." And Polybius, in the twelfth book of
Athen_10.425   Philopator. But Polybius, in the fourteenth book of his
Athen_10.439   ries [ 30.25 ], the same Polybius tells us "that when Anti
Athen_10.440   book [ 2.4 ], the same Polybius relates that Agron, the
Athen_10.445   with him were so too, as Polybius relates, in his twenty-s
Athen_12.527   oncerning the Aetolians, Polybius tells us, in the thirtee
Athen_12.528   ence. [36.]   And Polybius, in his seventh book, says,
Athen_13.576   pleasures. &# And Polybius, in the fourteenth book of his
Athen_14.615   character possible, as Polybius relates in his thirtieth
Athen_14.626   must not admit," says Polybius of Megalopolis [ 4.20-21
Athen_14.634   nventor of it. But Polybius, in the eighth book of his His
Athen_14.651   the wild fig has." And Polybius of Megalopolis, who spea
Cic:Rep_1.34   this subject in company with Polybius - two Greeks who were
Cic:Rep_2.27   chief authority our friend Polybius, who is unsurpassed in
Euseb]:Chron_193   ulate their dates. Polybius says the same as Aristodemus;
Joseph:AJ_12.135   produce the testimony of Polybius of Megalopolis; for thus
Joseph:AJ_12.137   unity." [137] This it is which Polybius relates. But we
Joseph:AJ_12.358   Whence one may wonder at Polybius of Megalopolis, who, tho
Joseph:AJ_12.359   ment. [359] But if Polybius could think that Antiochus thu
Lucian:Macr_22   nning of the work. Polybius, son of Lycortas, of Megalopol
Nepos_23.13   Fabius Labeo 183 B.C. Polybius, under Lucius Aemilius Paulus
Oros_4.20   camp. According to Polybius, eight thousand Macedonian
Oros_5.3   Diaeus were slain. But although Polybius of Achaia was at that
Plin:HN_3.75   the south-eastern point of Italy Polybius calls it the Ausonian Sea,
Plin:HN_4.77   Bosporus measures according to Polybius 500 miles. The whole
Plin:HN_4.119   according to the account of Polybius measuring 12 miles in length
Plin:HN_4.121   and Isidorus as 7714 miles. Polybius stated the breadth of Europe
Plin:HN_4.122   the line of measurement that Polybius appears to take, is 1169
Plin:HN_5.9   sailing round the coast, Polybius reported that beyond Mount
Plin:HN_5.26   and Carthage is said by Polybius to be 300 miles; and
Plin:HN_5.40   Lower Egypt, 300 miles; Polybius and Eratosthenes, who are
Plin:HN_6.199   name of certain small islands. Polybius informs us that Cerne lies
Plin:HN_6.206   According to Polybius the distance in a straight
Plin:HN_8.31   the temples, but nevertheless Polybius has recorded on the
Plin:HN_8.47   are long-lived. Aemilianus's companion Polybius states that in old
Plut:Arat_38   of affairs. But Polybius assures us, that long before
Plut:Cleom_25   rash and desperate, but Polybius, on the contrary, inform
Plut:Cleom_27   word; and, therefore, as Polybius informs us, with 20,000
Plut:Mor_199   ved the precept of Polybius, and endeavoured never to retu
Plut:Mor_200   ea, not very deep. Polybius advised him to scatter caltrop
Porph:Fr_36   Diodorus, Hieronymus, Polybius, Posidonius, Claudius
Porph:Fr_53   Jerusalem . . . Polybius and Diodorus, who wrote "libra
Poseidon_77   zones. Some, like Polybius and Poseidonius, who split the
Poseidon_T1   history continuing from Polybius in 52 books, down to the
Syll_686   (soon after 146)   city of Elis honours Polybios of Megalopolis, the s

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