Aristarchus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Samos - astronomer, 3rd century B.C.
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Aristarchus of Samos invents a kind of sun-dial, in the shape of a
The theories of Aristarchus about the movement of the earth and the
Cleanthes accuses Aristarchus of impiety, because of his heliocentric
to Democritus; one to Aristarchus; one to Herillus; two
- doctor of Berenice, queen of Syria, 246 B.C.
the suggestion of Aristarchus her physician, she how cons
of Samothrace - father of the grammarian
him Aristarchus son of Aristarchus, of Alexandria, but
of Samothrace - grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
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The birth of the grammarian Aristarchus of Samothrace.
The floruit of Aristarchus the grammarian.
Aristarchus is the successor of Apollonius the eidograph as
orus of Athens and Ptolemy "Pindarion" are pupils of Aristarchus.
The death of Aristarchus of Samothrace.
Ammonius succeeds Aristarchus as head of the library at Alexandria.
some time at the school with Aristarchus. He much rather
ian migration. But Aristarchus, in the Archilochian Memoir
wide back, & Pupils of Aristarchus, all more timid & Tha
gave it to him." But Aristarchus writes : "So then, filling
vessel gets its name. But Aristarchus explains that it means the
tuneful song. And Aristarchus the grammarian, (a
matter, Democritus said: - Aristarchus the grammarian, my friend,
ews]. [Ol. 155.2] Aristarchus the grammarian was in his
[1860 in Ar.] The grammarian Aristarchus was in his prim
le-headed grammarians of Aristarchus' school who care not
thorn-gathering book-worms of Aristarchus' school. What
ssifier ; and after him Aristarchus son of Aristarchus,
rst by Zenodotus, and later by Aristarchus. 22 The text
similarly to the editions of Aristarchus and Aristophane
- Athenian archon, 107 B.C.
Athenian archon: Aristarchus
- king of Colchis, 1st century B.C.
Ariobarzanes in Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and Attalus
Pompeius imposed a king, Aristarchus, on the Bosphorians
- a youth who was loved by the orator Demosthenes
love with a youth named Aristarchus, he once, when he was
of Tegea - a tragic poet, 5th century B.C.
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uda_A'3893 & & Asclepius heals Aristarchus of Tegea. 
in the words of Aristarchus the tragic poet, "Sayi
- of Cyphaera; honoured by Delphi, 3rd century B.C.
ees of Delphi in honour of two Aetolians, Pantaleon and Aristarchus.
- of Camarina; honoured by the Amphictyons, 3rd century B.C.
a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Aristarchus of Camarina.
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(c. 285) Rhodes, the son of Aristarchos, who was sent by kin
dorus gave us a cabbage, Aristarchus caviar, Athenagoras
(c. 160) amiskos son of Aristarchos Chaireas son of Aisopida
(c. 200) iton, Philinos son of Aristarchos and Nikostratos s
(158) t you wish to honour Aristarchos the strategos and
(c. 188) stratos and Makarinos son of Aristarchos. The man
(272-260) : Lamedon of Kalydon, Aristarchos of Ertaia, Leo
(261-248) s (?) Leodamas son of Aristarchos Metrodoros son of
(c. 234) les of Hermione, the son of Aristarchos. The guil
(206/5) hos of Homilai, Aristarchos of Ambrakia Delphians:
(203/2) follows: Aetolians: Aristarchos of Amphissa, Phil
(164) s] - . . . son of Epigonos, Aristarchos son of .
(173-169) sp; . . . son of Aristarchos second: Dexilas
(263-236) tanes Aristarchos of L... in A
(200/199) rs were] . . ., Aristarchos and Kleon, it was resol
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