Anaxilas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Oreus - friend of Demosthenes
apprehended one Anaxilas of Oreus, who had been his fri
- a Greek writer of Middle Comedy, 4th century B.C.
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live;" and, accordingly, Anaxilas says, in his Young Woman
always made of silver argyros Anaxilas : " "And to drink
hilosopher the verses of Anaxilas in his Harp-maker - &
lastered over. And Anaxilas, in his Neottis, says- & The
nothing wrong. And Anaxilas, in his Neottis, says- & (A)
- on which account Anaxilas, in his Hyacinthus, says
can buy two statues? And Anaxilaus, in his Bird Feeders,
- a Byzantine general, late 5th century B.C.
ieging Byzantium, struck Anaxilas and the other Byzantine
- in documents
(c. 280) urion, as proposed by Anaxilas son of Lykides: so
485/4 ] Hermonax son of Anaxilas Diagoras son of Art
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