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  Aeschylus   of Athens - son of Euphorion; tragedian, lived 525-456 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
[Longin]:Subl_15   5 Aeschylus ventures upon imaginative passages of
Aelian:Fr_10   in its use not only by Aeschylus, but in particular by
Aelian:Fr_22   dance with the saying of Aeschylus; falling by arrows fled
Aelian:NA_7.16   his way, I am told, that Aeschylus of Eleusis, the tragic
Aelian:NA_7.47   [fr. 616 N] and by Aeschylus in his Agamemnon ** and his
Aelian:NA_9.42   with the other is admitted by Aeschylus when he says [fr.
Aelian:NA_12.5   a mouse 'sminthos', just as Aeschylus too in his Sisyph
Aelian:NA_12.8   rned to death. And Aeschylus the Tragic poet mentions it
AnthPal_7.40   ODORUS & { Ph 13 } & On Aeschylus This tombstone says tha
AnthPal_16.117   your hands. * & The brother of Aeschylus. He lost a hand
AntipThes_7.39   { G-P 13 } & On Aeschylus Here, far from the Attic land
Athen_2.37   cauldron for bathing, as Aeschylus saysó & They poured the
Athen_10.421   to the mouth. And Aeschylus, in his Phineus, says- & And
Athen_11.469   the Sun-god."   And Aeschylus, in Daughters of the
Athen_11.476   wined from horn cups."   Aeschylus in Women of represents the
Athen_11.479   term kotyledons.   Further, Aeschylus in The even calls
Athen_11.491   the Bull. [491]   And Aeschylus, also, more plainly punning on
Athen_11.494   thou caught," as the admirable Aeschylus says, because you labour to
Athen_11.499   cheese glistening white."   Aeschylus, further, (has the term
Athen_11.503   refreshment, are called psykteres. Aeschylus in The Younger :
Athen_11.782   form a notion of what Aeschylus means by his "bended cottabi
Athen_12.528   ory [ Fr_23 ], says that Aeschylus says that the Curetes
Athen_13.573   ory (spinning it out, as Aeschylus' Agamemnon says,) about
Athen_13.600-602 *   most magnificent poet Aeschylus, in his Danaides, intro
Athen_14.627   And in the same spirit, Aeschylus, though a man who had
Athen_14.629   is mentioned by Aeschylus in his Spectators : - &
Athen_14.632   this art a sophist, as Aeschylus does in the verse where
Athen_15.667   And Aeschylus, in his Bone Gatherers speaks
Athen_15.674   Aeschylus also, in his Prometheus Unbound
Athen_15.690   exactly the same thing; for Aeschylus, in his Amymone makes a
Athen_15.700   And before them Aeschylus, in his Agamemnon had used
Cic:Acad_1.10   way as those poets imitated Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides ? At
Cic:DeOr_3.27   among the Greeks, Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides;
Cic:Tusc_2.23     Let us see what Aeschylus says, who was not only
Cic:Tusc_3.76   the body; as Prometheus in Aeschylus, on its being said to
Crinag_7.741   not defeat. * & The brother of Aeschylus. He fought at Mar
DioscEpigr_7.411   greater perfection by Aeschylus who carved letters not
Galen_17a.605   hocles and Euripides and Aeschylus, on the understanding
Phylarch_23   the name Curetes, according to Aeschylus. Book 12 [24] &
Plin:HN_37.31   whom, I believe, were Aeschylus, Philoxenus, Euripides, Nicander and
Plin:HN_37.32   by the Po. Incidentally, Aeschylus says that the Eridanus
Plut:Demetr_35   ssed her in the words of Aeschylus :- You gave me life
Plut:Mor_186   in the journey. & Aeschylus wrote these verses on Amphiar
Plut:Mor_841   statues to the memory of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripid
ValMax_9.12e.2     The death of Aeschylus, though not voluntary, may

  Aeschylus 2   - son of Agamestor; an ancient archon of the Athenians
Euseb]:Chron_183 ending with Alcmaeon son of Aeschylus. The total durati
Euseb]:Chron_187 eus, for 17 years. Aeschylus, the son of Agamestor, for

  Aeschylus 3   of Argos - an opponent of the tyrant Aristomachus
Plut:Arat_25 the head of whom were Aeschylus and Charimenes the divi

  Aeschylus 4   of Cnidus - a teacher of rhetoric in the first century B.C.
78/28 ens to the rhetoric of Menippus, Dionysius, Aeschylus, and Xenocles.
    Within translations:
Cic:Brut_316 nysius also of Magnesia, Aeschylus of Cnidus, and Xenocles
Cic:Brut_325 ntal:- of this kind were Aeschylus the Cnidian, and my con

  Aeschylus 5   of Alexandria - a Greek poet, who wrote about Messenia
Wikipedia entry
Athen_13.599 night and silence? as Aeschylus the Alexandrian has sai

  Aeschylus   - in documents
AnthPal_6.137 grace to Naucrates, the son of Aeschylus, receiving these
DionHal:Din_12 76. Defence for Aeschylus against Xenophon, in an actio
OGIS_247 (187-175)   Antioch, the son of Aischylos, the foster-brothe
SEG_33.1184 (196)   es of Ilion, the son of Aischylos, came to our city
SEG_56.636 (c. 170/69)   s were: Pithon son of Aischylos Polemaios son of Am
SEG_57.510 (140-130)   das son of Kallipidas, Aischylos son of Adokēt
Syll_322 Zenon son of Demostratos Aischylos son of Pantainos Ap
Syll_323 (308/7)   os son of Protomenes, Aischylos son of Antandrides,
Syll_382 (early 3rd cent.)   Andros, the son of Aischylos, has shown great in
Syll_388 (266/5)   the people, as proposed by Aischylos . . . concer
Syll_416 (273)   stophylos Eretrians: Aischylos Troizenians: Straton
Syll_457 (c. 250)   est of the Muses, and Aischylos represented the art
Syll_561 (c. 207/6)   y Apollophanes son of Aischylos, Euboulos son of An
THI_85 (late 3rd century)   on of Midas Philemon Aischylos Demetrios Apollonios

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