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of Athens - a writer of "old" comedy, who died in about 388 B.C.
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CHOL.PLATO, Apol.19C] & [Aristophanes] had three sons: Phi
gets a headache. Aristophanes saysó & And planted by no
ants was an ancient one, Aristophanes shows, when he speak
tion to their food." And Aristophanes says, in his Storks
stae of the incomparable Aristophanes? For you are all of
in the Babylonians of Aristophanes we hear of the oxyba
[ 3.125'f ]. And Aristophanes also mentions it in his
ous for their luxury; as Aristophanes also tells us, in
Leotrophides. And Aristophanes, in his Gerytades, gives
foot made of cow-dung [ Aristophanes, Frogs_294 ], and
ns; as that witty writer Aristophanes relates [ Acharn_524
be in love with her." Aristophanes also mentions her
time to the dancers, as Aristophanes also intimates in
all men, (for really, as Aristophanes says- "There's reall
always plentiful at Athens, Aristophanes testifies in
and Anacreon;  as Aristophanes says in his Daitalei
ome verses from the Knights of Aristophanes [ (?) 1111 f.
fought at Marathon' [ Aristophanes, Ach_180 ] also, but
ird book [ 3.33'2 ], and Aristophanes mentions them in The
the Philippics [ 4'24 ] and by Aristophanes in Plutus [173
"hotter than fire itself"; as Aristophanes expresses it.
those two comic poets, Aristophanes and Stratis, took
On Comedy (Preface to Aristophanes) 19 Note that Alexan
- Athenian archon, 331 B.C.
icles Nicocrates Nicetes Aristophanes Aristophon Cephisoph
at Athens were Nicetes, Aristophanes, Aristophon and Ceph
of Byzantium - a grammarian, who died in about 180 B.C.
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The birth of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
Aristophanes of Byzantium is a pupil of Callimachus and Zenodotus.
The floruit of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
Aristophanes is appointed to be head of the library at Alexandria.
her Polemon of Ilium is a contemporary of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
Aristophanes falls in love with a woman of Alexandria, who is befrien
The death of Aristophanes of Byzantium, after being accused of planni
mpiler") is the successor of Aristophanes as head of the library
and he was the tutor of Aristophanes the grammarian, as
allistratus the pupil of Aristophanes says that they calle
rtemidorus, the pupil of Aristophanes, in his book entitle
ing about these books of Aristophanes, and Apollodorus,
ed. At all events, Aristophanes of Byzantium counted up
speaking of, for which Aristophanes, the grammarian, bla
sthenes, after whom came Aristophanes son of Apelles of
editions of Aristarchus and Aristophanes. Some say that
- an Athenian general, 3rd century B.C,.
The general Aristophanes protects Eleusis from the dangers of war.
Syll_485, a decree of Eleusis in honour of the general Aristophanes.
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(late 2nd century) e hierothytai: since Aristophanes of Polita, the so
(163) ... Ampichares Aristophanes Ammonios Philoxenos Ari
(mid 3rd century) poiai Symmachos and Aristophanes: it shall be forbi
(317) ates the son of Aristophanes proposed, since Demet
(214/3) pothontis tribe, with Aristophanes of Keiriadai,
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