Baton - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a comic poet, of the "New Comedy" (3rd century B.C.)
Arcesilaus rejects Baton because he has insulted Cleanthes.
and my chief. And Baton the comic writer says in his Homi
man will kill me. And Baton, in his Benefactors, gives
philosophers in the Joint of Baton the comic poet; men whom
of Sinope - a Greek historian of uncertain date
Philopator. And Baton of Sinope relates, in his book
yrant of his country, as Baton relates in the history of
cts. [45.] & But Baton of Sinope, the orator, in his tre
be admitted that Baton of Sinope relates it in another
- in documents
(163) isippos Timarchides Baton Diognetos Kallistagoras A
iogenes son of Diognetos Baton son of Theodoros Euktim
(153/2) the gymnasium: since Baton son of Philon previou
(250-200) ian Epikrates son of Baton Seleukos son of Mnesipto
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