Timocles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a writer of comedy, 4th century B.C.
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more. [32.] And Timocles, in his Dracontius, hits off
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nothing pays. And Timocles, in his Centaur, or Dexamenus,
ccount, in the Neaera of Timocles, a man is represented
that delightful which Timocles speaks of in his Maratho
Courtesans. And Timocles the comic poet, in his Neaera,
omedians, Antiphanes and Timocles, who in derision used
- son of Simus; an Egyptian, 3rd century B.C.
gnall_107, a contract for two men acting as sureties for Timocles
- in documents
I announce the name of Timocles and look round in every
iligently this garden of Timocles, for to you, Maidens,
(c. 134) on son of Aristoboulos, and Timokles son of Thrasea
(c. 135) Thebes, the son of Timokles Comic actor : Ap
(223) 40 Wiphiadas son of Timokles Pharsalios son of Eudi
(c. 210) son of Aristokrates, Timokles son of Kallikrates, M
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