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  Dicaearchus   - Greek philosopher and geographer, late 4th century B.C.
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295/4 Dicaearchus measures the height of the Greek mountains.
295/5 on the diverse and erudite writings of the philosopher Dicaearchus.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_75   calls Nicostratus, but Dicaearchus and his followers cal
Athen_1.14   own countrywoman; but Dicaearchus attributes it to the
Athen_11.460   from large cups. For Dicaearchus of Messenē, [461] the
Athen_11.479   of Sicily, according to Dicaearchus, being the first to
Athen_13.557   ines in all his wars; as Dicaearchus relates in the third
Athen_13.594   nts and songs. And Dicaearchus, in his Essay on the Descen
Athen_13.603   hion. Accordingly, Dicaearchus, in his treatise On the Sac
Athen_14.620   Empedocles, as is asserted by Dicaearchus in his History
Athen_14.636   which are mentioned by Dicaearchus, in his essay On the
Athen_14.641   a second supper.' But Dicaearchus, in the first book
Athen_15.666   And Dicaearchus the Messenian, the pupil of
Athen_15.667   the kottabos elegantly, as Dicaearchus says; and Platon intimates
Athen_15.668   adapted to the game; which Dicaearchus, in his treatise on Alcaeus,
Cic:Acad_2.124   whether it exists, or, as Dicaearchus held, does not even exist
Cic:Tusc_1.21   praecordia [21]   But Dicaearchus, in that discourse of
Cic:Tusc_1.24   What shall I say of Dicaearchus, who denies that there is
Cic:Tusc_1.41   [18.] We will pass over Dicaearchus, ** with his contemporary and
Cic:Tusc_1.51   from the body. Dicaearchus, indeed, and Aristoxenus,
Cic:Tusc_1.77   above all, my favourite Dicaearchus is very strenuous in
Cic:Tusc_4.71   the head of them, whom Dicaearchus blames not without reason), who
Demetr:Eloc_182   iting may be quoted from Dicaearchus, who says: `At Elia
Philoch_59   . . that is what Dicaearchus wrote, but Philochorus in
Poseidon_98   as much again as its width. Dicaearchus agreed with Dem

  Dicaearchus 2   of Laodiceia - a courtier of Antiochus IV
167/14a ecree of Delphi in honour of Dicaearchus of Laodiceia, a courtier of
Phld:Phil_21   . . the harshness of Dicaearchus . . .
Phld:Phil_22 *   . . towards his brother Dicaearchus; for indeed not . .

  Dicaearchus 3   of Trichonium - general of the Aetolian league, 195/4 B.c.
Syll_598 (194)   eral of the Aetolians Dikaiarchos to the council
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   e again. When Dikaiarchos of Trichonion was general

  Dicaearchus 4   of Thria - an Athenian general, serving the Macedonian kings
234/5c 63;s in Attica, in honour of Dicaearchus, a general of Demetrius II.
    Within translations:
THI_39 (235/4)   nesippos, that since Dikaiarchos had carried on his

  Dicaearchus   - in documents
OGIS_59 (163)   on of Koiranos   Dikaiarchos son of Apollonide
SelPap_2.357 west that of Claudius Dicaearchus, ex-magistrate of
Syll_436 (254/3 or 250/49)   Neoptolemos], Gelon, Dikaiarchos, Stratagos, Kroby
Syll_499 (soon after 230)   oteles, Phalausias, Dikaiarchos, Daïmachos,
THI_109 (c. 150)   Polemarchos son of Dicaiarchos and Hagias son of Po


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