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  Anaxandrides   - a Greek writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
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Athen_1.28   on the chest. And Anaxandrides mentions "a jar full of
Athen_2.39   I am aware indeed that Anaxandrides says that nectar is
Athen_4.176   forth. [176] And Anaxandrides, in his Treasure, says -
Athen_5.222   Herodicus. For, as Anaxandrides the comic writer says ,
Athen_6.242   False Embassy. And Anaxandrides, in his Odysseus, mentions
Athen_6.247   u;ος: and Anaxandrides uses the word &omicr
Athen_6.255   alpha;, complaisance; as Anaxandrides does in his Samian,
Athen_6.261   after flattery, Anaxandrides the comic poet gives the
Athen_6.263   ith the mills. And Anaxandrides, in his Anchises, says -
Athen_11.460     It occurs also in Anaxandrides' Melilot   Eubulus has it
Athen_11.463   to right is mentioned by Anaxandrides in The thus : [464]
Athen_11.481   is called kymbē.   So Anaxandrides in The : "{A} Perhaps
Athen_11.482   Euripides is mentioned also by Anaxandrides in The : "You there,
Athen_11.502   phialai adorned with dates. Anaxandrides calls these cups "saucers
Athen_12.553   of wild ivy. And Anaxandrides, in his Protesilaus, says-
Athen_13.570   from your hand. Anaxandrides also, in his Old Man's Mad
Athen_14.614   eatly. [3.] & Now Anaxandrides, in his Old Man's Madness,
Athen_14.634   one at the same time, as Anaxandrides intimates in his Man
Athen_14.638   ourney better. And Anaxandrides, in his Heracles, says-
Athen_14.642   the dozen gods at once. Anaxandrides, in his Clowns, says
Athen_14.654   and a paunch. And Anaxandrides, in his Rival in Love, has
Athen_15.688   But Anaxandrides makes a man who is
Athen_15.689   Anaxandrides, too, in his Protesilaus says
Athen_15.691   Anaxandrides, too, in his Tereus says
Athen_15.694   written, Myrtilus said, that Anaxandrides the comic poet had
Athen_15.700   And Anaxandrides, in his Insolence says -
Syll_399   (278/7)   r of Aristion son of Anaxandrides as archon at Del


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