Telecleides   - in ancient sources @

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  Telecleides   - writer of comedies, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.268   lippers. [95.] And Telecleides puts it better than the man
Athen_11.485   cylix, quoting from The of Telecleides : "And take a pull
Athen_12.553   stratus' feet. And Telecleides, in his Prytanes, alludes
Athen_14.619   when going to the fields, as Telecleides tells us in his
Athen_14.639   dian fashion. [639]But Telecleides, in his Rigid Men,
Athen_14.644   amētiskoi. Telecleides says - & Thrushes flew of
Athen_14.648   same thing. And Telecleides mentions the amylos in his
Athen_14.656   udder is mentioned by Telecleides, in his Rigid Men,

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