Clearchus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Clearchus   - tyrant of Heracleia, 365-353 B.C.
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Athen_12.549 "Dionysius the son of Clearchus, who was the first tyra
Just_16.4 st, they had recourse to Clearchus, whom they themselves
Just_16.5 us, the brother of Clearchus, made himself tyrant in a sim
Memn_1 [Memnon] says that Clearchus was the first to attempt to
Polyaen_02.30.1 han a dangerous weapon. [30] & Clearchus the tyrant. In
Polyaen_02.30.3 the citadel. & Clearchus, who suspected that the numbe

  Clearchus 2   - son of Dionysius; tyrant of Heracleia, 305-288 B.C.
305/6 Heracleia, who is succeeded by his sons Oxathras and Clearchus.
287/3 hus captures Heracleia and kills the tyrants Oxathras and Clearchus.
    Within translations:
Memn_4 children by Amastris: Clearchus, Oxathres, and a daught

  Clearchus 3   - archon of Athens, 301 B.C.
301/_ Athenian archon: Clearchus
    Within translations:
DionHal:Din_9 cles Leostratus Nicocles Clearchus Hegemachus Euctemon &
Philoch_167 Leostratus, Nicocles, Clearchus, Hegemachus, Euctemon,

  Clearchus 4   of Soli - Peripatetic philosopher and writer, late 4th century B.C.
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Athen_02.43 smell of wine. And Clearchus tells us that water is called
Athen_06.234 acrifice to Apollo.' But Clearchus of Soli, and he was one
Athen_* 06.255-258 * oary parasite. And Clearchus of Soli, in the first book
Athen_08.332 * [6.] [332] Moreover, Clearchus says this also more pla
Athen_08.337 * * * [17.] [337] But Clearchus, in his essay on Prover
Athen_* 08.345-349 * rs, who are mentioned by Clearchus, in his book on Sands
Athen_10.416 to come on. And Clearchus, in the fifth book of his Liv
Athen_12.518 procured from it," as Clearchus says, in the fifth book
Athen_12.522 this. [23.] But Clearchus, in the fourth book of his
Athen_* 12.539-543 * till daybreak. And Clearchus, in his treatise on Lives,
Athen_12.548 [70.] And of Anaxarchus, Clearchus of Soli writes, in the
Athen_12.553 people. [79.] And Clearchus of Soli, in his treatise on
Athen_13.555 ore beautiful. But Clearchus of Soli, in his treatise On
Athen_13.564 was with truth (as Clearchus says in the first book of his
Athen_13.573 ρα). And Clearchus, in the first book of his tre
Athen_13.589 ericles the Olympian (as Clearchus tells us in the first
Athen_13.590 women. [58.] For Clearchus speaks thus concerning Epamin
Athen_13.597 these poets, as Clearchus tells us in his Tales of Love
Athen_13.605 saying attributed to her by Clearchus. &# But my opinio
Athen_13.611 in short, according to Clearchus of Soli, you do not ado
Athen_14.620 ompaniment of music; and Clearchus, in the first book of

  Clearchus 5   - a writer of New Comedy
Athen_01.28 God of healing. Clearchus speaks of,- & Lesbian wine,
Athen_14.613 the surface. And Clearchus the comic poet says in his

  Clearchus 6   - a Spartan general, late 5th century B.C.
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Polyaen_02.2.1 sion within their state. [2] & Clearchus. Clearchus advanc
Polyaen_02.2.10 earchus. 10 & When Clearchus was in Thrace, his army was
Polyaen_* 02.2.2-9 * fter the death of Cyrus, Clearchus encamped in a region
Polyaen_07.18.1 a close alliance with Clearchus, and placed his concubi

  Clearchus   - in documents
SEG_59.1406B (c. 280)   mos son of Pantaponos, and Klearchos son of Deinipp


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