Aristarchus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aristarchus   of Samos - astronomer, 3rd century B.C.
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250/24 Aristarchus of Samos invents a kind of sun-dial, in the shape of a
250/25 The theories of Aristarchus about the movement of the earth and the
250/26 Cleanthes accuses Aristarchus of impiety, because of his heliocentric
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_07.174 to Democritus; one to Aristarchus; one to Herillus; two

  Aristarchus 2   - doctor of Berenice, queen of Syria, 246 B.C.
Polyaen_08.50.1 the suggestion of Aristarchus her physician, she how cons

  Aristarchus 3   of Samothrace - father of the grammarian
POxy_1241 him Aristarchus son of Aristarchus, of Alexandria, but

  Aristarchus 4   of Samothrace - grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
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216/14 The birth of the grammarian Aristarchus of Samothrace.
155/9 The floruit of Aristarchus the grammarian.
152/23 Aristarchus is the successor of Apollonius the eidograph as
145/31 orus of Athens and Ptolemy "Pindarion" are pupils of Aristarchus.
145/32 The death of Aristarchus of Samothrace.
145/33 Ammonius succeeds Aristarchus as head of the library at Alexandria.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_58 some time at the school with Aristarchus. He much rather
Apollod:Fr_63 ian migration. But Aristarchus, in the Archilochian Memoir
Athen_05.222 wide back, & Pupils of Aristarchus, all more timid & Tha
ChronPasc_441 ews]. [Ol. 155.2] Aristarchus the grammarian was in his
Hieron:Chron_1861 [1860 in Ar.] The grammarian Aristarchus was in his prim
POxy_1241 ssifier ; and after him Aristarchus son of Aristarchus,
Tzetz:ProlCom_ rst by Zenodotus, and later by Aristarchus. 22 The text
Vit:Arat_1 similarly to the editions of Aristarchus and Aristophane

  Aristarchus 5   - Athenian archon, 107 B.C.
107/_ Athenian archon: Aristarchus

  Aristarchus 6   - king of Colchis, 1st century B.C.
64/16 Ariobarzanes in Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and Attalus
    Within translations:
Festus:Brev.16 Pompeius imposed a king, Aristarchus, on the Bosphorians

  Aristarchus 7   - a youth who was loved by the orator Demosthenes
Athen_13.592 love with a youth named Aristarchus, he once, when he was

  Aristarchus 8   of Tegea - a tragic poet, 5th century B.C.
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Athen_13.612 in the words of Aristarchus the tragic poet, "Sayi

  Aristarchus 9   - of Cyphaera; honoured by Delphi, 3rd century B.C.
204/19b ees of Delphi in honour of two Aetolians, Pantaleon and Aristarchus.

  Aristarchus 10   - of Camarina; honoured by the Amphictyons, 3rd century B.C.
263/14a a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Aristarchus of Camarina.

  Aristarchus   - in documents
Inscr_123 (c. 200)   iton, Philinos son of Aristarchos and Nikostratos s
Inscr_61.D (173-169)   sp; . . . son of Aristarchos second:   Dexilas
Inscr_64 (263-236)   tanes       Aristarchos of L... in A
Inscr_95 (200/199)   rs were] . . ., Aristarchos and Kleon, it was resol
OGIS_10 (c. 285)   Rhodes, the son of Aristarchos, who was sent by kin
SEG_35.665 (c. 160)   amiskos son of Aristarchos Chaireas son of Aisopida
SEG_44.1108 (158)   t you wish to honour Aristarchos the strategos and
SEG_55.926 (c. 188)   stratos and Makarinos son of Aristarchos. The man
Syll_421 (272-260)   : Lamedon of Kalydon, Aristarchos of Ertaia, Leo
Syll_442 (261-248)   s (?) Leodamas son of Aristarchos Metrodoros son of
Syll_489 (c. 234)   les of Hermione, the son of Aristarchos. The guil
Syll_545 (206/5)   hos of Homilai, Aristarchos of Ambrakia Delphians:
Syll_564 (203/2)   follows: Aetolians: Aristarchos of Amphissa, Phil
Syll_665 (164)   s] - . . . son of Epigonos, Aristarchos son of .


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