Dioscurides - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an admiral of Antigonus I, late 4th century B.C.
Dioscurides drives Aristoteles, the admiral of Cassander, away from
- a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd centuy B.C.
junctive Reasons, addressed to Dioscurides. The first set
five books, addressed to Dioscurides;  a treatise on
ancients, addressed to Dioscurides; an essay on the Reso
solution, addressed to Dioscurides; an essay, in one boo
- an Egyptian dioecetes, 2nd century B.C.
a petition from Harmais, addressed to Dioscurides, the dioecetes
Placas - a doctor and writer on medicine, 1st century B.C.
Dioscurides Phacas, a doctor and writer on medicine, is an associate
- in documents
emen." 67. Against Dioscurides, concerning a ship: "Rightl
(c. 200) l and the people, when Dioskourides son of Aristokl
Souerous through her husband Dioscurides also called
(Notice by) Aurelius Dioscurides also called Sabi
(155/4) son of . . . Dioskourides of Rhamnous, the son of
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