Euphronius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Philadelphia - son of Apollonides; an Egyptian, 3rd century B.C.
PLoeb_2.253, a deposition of evidence by Euphronius.
- a poet and grammarian
ιξ pelichna; but Euphronius, in his Commentaries,
mean the cylix, but Euphronius in his Commentaries explains
image at Colonus. Euphronius says that he came from the
of Acarnania - a friend of Demetrius I
& 353, decrees of Ephesus in honour of Apollonides and Euphronius.
- in documents
(after 306) n Apollodoros son of Euphronios was "king&qu
(c. 234/3) ny, in full assembly; Euphronios of Aixone, the so
(c. 210) orn in polemarchs : Euphronios son of Molon, Damoph
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