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  Diodorus   of Sicily - author of a universal history, 1st century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
60/23 Diodorus' "Historical Library" ends with the events of this year.
59/14 Diodorus starts the research for his history, by making a visit to
49/73 The floruit of the historian Diodorus Siculus.
30/52 Diod_, the Historical Library of Diodorus Siculus.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.541 everything." [59.] But Diodorus Siculus, in his Historic
Diod_37.2 ellion. [2] &   (Diodorus says that) the so-called Marsi
Diod_38.5 lla was (according to Livy and Diodorus) heralded by many
Diod_40.6 utarch as well, and also Diodorus, Georgius the chronicler
Euseb]:Chron_55 Castor says. And Diodorus Siculus, who wrote the [Histor
Euseb]:Chron_59 ians." This is what Diodorus says in the second book
Euseb]:Chron_131 of the Egyptians. Diodorus, in the first book of his hist
Euseb]:Chron_133 own times." & That is what Diodorus says. And now it
Euseb]:Chron_219 Historical Library of Diodorus, who gives a very accura
Euseb]:Chron_221 tans - from the books of Diodorus It happens that it is
Euseb]:Chron_225 ef, from the writings of Diodorus After the Trojan war,
Euseb]:Chron_263 from the forty books of Diodorus' [Historical] Library,
Euseb]:Chron_283 these events - namely Diodorus, who combined and summar
Hieron:Chron_1968 1968] [not in Ar.] Diodorus Siculus, the Greek historian,
Porph:Fr_36 Suctorius Callinicus, Diodorus, Hieronymus, Polybius,
Porph:Fr_53 . . Polybius and Diodorus, who wrote "libraries of histo

  Diodorus 2   of Sinope - a writer of Middle Comedy
Athen_06.235 temple of Heracles; and Diodorus of Sinope, a comic poet,
Athen_06.239 seized. [36.] And Diodorus of Sinope, in his Orphan Heire

  Diodorus 3   of Aspendus - Pythagorean philosopher
310/8 Axiothea, Berisades, Cleon, Diodorus, Mynnacus, Phaon, Philotas, Pro
    Within translations:
Athen_04.163 and should be sent & To Diodorus the philosopher & And

  Diodorus 4   Periegetes - a geographer, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.591 ete; and I am aware that Diodorus Periegetes says that the
Philoch_* 25-29 * Acamantis tribe, according to Diodorus. Philochorus in

  Diodorus 5   of Ephesus; one of the brothers who killed the tyrant Hegesias, 4th century B.C.
322/5b Diodorus of Ephesus, who is due to stand trial before Perdiccas,
    Within translations:
Polyaen_06.49.1 Anaxagoras, Codrus, and Diodorus, the sons of Echeanax,

  Diodorus 6   - commander of Demetrius' garrison at Ephesus
301/25 Demetrius thwarts a plot by Diodorus to betray Ephesus.
    Within translations:
Polyaen_04.7.3 the mercenaries under Diodorus on a certain night to

  Diodorus 7   Cronus - a philosopher at the court of Ptolemy I
Wikipedia entry
295/6 Diodorus Cronus commits suicide after failing to solve a logic puzzle
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_07.16 younger Zenon, no less than Diodorus his master. {18}
Diog_Laert_07.25 a good deal of time to Diodorus, as we learn from Hippob

  Diodorus 8   - a general of Seleucus I, who was defeated in Cappadocia
281/18 Diodorus the general of Seleucus is heavily defeated.

  Diodorus 9   - an agent of Apollonius in Philadelphia, Egypt
259/1 PLille_1, a letter from Diodorus describing plans for reclamation

  Diodorus 10   of Samos - a public doctor, late 3rd century B.C.
197/12 stin_125, a decree of Samos in honour of Diodorus, a public doctor.

  Diodorus 11   of Tyre - a Peripatetic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
140/21 is succeeded as head of the Peripatetic school by Diodorus of Tyre.

  Diodorus 12   - son of Jason; sent as a Jewish envoy to Rome, 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_13.260 son of Alexander, and Diodorus, the son of Jason, who

  Diodorus 13   of Lilybaeum - a supporter of Sulla, rewarded with Roman citizenship
82/34 ding Ariston of Massilia and Diodorus of Lilybaeum, with Roman citize

  Diodorus 14   of Melita - a wealthy victim of Verres in Sicily
73/34 Diodorus of Melita escapes from Sicily after Verres attempts to seize

  Diodorus 15   - a general of Mithridates, killed in 70 B.C.
70/29 captures Amaseia; the death of Diodorus the general of Mithridates.

  Diodorus 16   - a friend of Dositheus
Vit:Arat_3 says in his [letter] to Diodorus that Aratus also went

  Diodorus 17   - a contemporary of Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.200 reply to Critics, addressed to Diodorus. [201] The next
Diog_Laert_07.202 Virtues, addressed to Diodorus; a treatise, to show tha

  Diodorus 18   - Athenian archon, 53 B.C.
53/_ Athenian archon: Diodorus

  Diodorus 19   - archon of Delphi, 195/4 B.C.
Syll_585 (197-175)   n the archon was Diodoros {195/4}, and the cou

  Diodorus   - in documents
167/12b _651, an Athenian decree in honour of Diodorus, a friend of Eumenes.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.1005 Lucius, Aulus Carvilius Diodorus, freedman of Lucius,
CIL_1.2261 Lucius Postumius Diodorus, freedman of Lucius, made
CIL_1.688 Lucius Marcus Limbricius Diodorus(?), freedman of Ma
Inscr_22 (155/4)   olos son of Phainis, Diodoros son of Herakon, Eukle
OGIS_59 (163)   . Axigenes Epikydes Chares Diodoros son of Me... Po
SEG_43.212 (c. 200)   Diodora daughter of Diodoros : 5 drachmas Rhodi!
Syll_477 (315-280)   the archon was Diodoros, and the members of the co
Syll_478 (315-280)   the archon was Diodoros, and the members of the co
Syll_499 (soon after 230)   es Delphians: Polyon, Diodoros Chians: Oinopides It
Syll_585 (197-175)   f of his year were Diodoros, Eukleidas and Mna
Syll_604 (192)   urers, Charixenos and Diodoros, shall provide hospi
Syll_614 (c. 180/79)   the] council [were Diodoros, Xenon and Sosikrates,
Syll_636 (178)   of Nikeas Malians: Diodoros of Lamia, the son of
Syll_657 (155/4)   Ankyle, the son of Diodoros Theopompos of Keiria

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