Gorgias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Gorgias   of Leontini - a Greek sophist, 5th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_3   is that people laugh at Gorgias of Leontini for calling Xerxes
Apollod:Fr_33   DiogLaert_8'58 (Empedocles) & Gorgias of Leontini. [34]
Athen_11.504   I too may indulge in Gorgias-like phrases - we are then
Athen_11.505   "It is reported that Gorgias, himself reading the dialogue
Athen_12.548   superior to these men is Gorgias of Leontini; of whom the
Athen_13.583   till greater number; and Gorgias enumerated still more,
Athen_13.592   the Elean, the pupil of Gorgias, himself wrote a panegyri
Athen_13.596   her for two drachmas, as Gorgias says in his treatise on
Cic:Brut_30   cians appeared,- such as Gorgias the Leontine, Thrasymachu
Cic:Brut_47   places. [47] & Gorgias, he adds, did the same, and wro
Cic:Brut_292   oras, Hippias, Prodicus, Gorgias, and several others, to
Cic:DeOr_1.103   him to speak? [103] This Gorgias of Leontini is said to
Cic:DeOr_3.59   in that science, as Gorgias, Thrasymachus, Isocrates; there appeared
Cic:DeOr_3.129   of things. [129] Even Gorgias of Leontini himself, under
Lucian:Macr_23   Of the orators, Gorgias, whom some call a sophist, live
Plin:HN_7.156   years and that the Sicilian Gorgias lived 108 years. Quintus Fabius
Plin:HN_33.83   of himself set up by Gorgias of Leontini in the temple
Plut:Mor_832   the Persian war and of Gorgias the rhetorician, being
Plut:Mor_836-838 *   of Prodicus the Cean, Gorgias the Leontine, Teisias the
Plut:Mor_837   pposed to have borrowed out of Gorgias the Leontine and
ValMax_8.13e.2   [13e.2]   Also Gorgias also of Leontini, the teacher
ValMax_8.15e.2   [15e.2]   Gorgias of Leontini so far excelled

  Gorgias 2   - title of a book by Plato
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Athen_5.217 instance, writing in the Gorgias [ 471'a ], he says - "

  Gorgias 3   - an officer of Eumenes, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Eum_7 without knowing him; but Gorgias, one of Eumenes' officers

  Gorgias 4   - Athenian archon, 280 B.C.
Plut:Mor_847 market, in the year of Gorgias [280 B.C.], which honours

  Gorgias 5   - a general of Antiochus IV of Syria
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165/11 Judas defeats a Syrian force led by Gorgias at Emmaeus.
163/21 Judas defeats Gorgias near Marisa.
    Within translations:
1Macc_* 3-5 * rymenes, and Nicanor and Gorgias, mighty men among the fri
2Macc_* 8-12 * ssociated with him Gorgias, a general and a man of experie
Joseph:AJ_12.298 ymenes, and Nicanor, and Gorgias, very potent men among
Joseph:AJ_12.305 hen the enemy sent Gorgias, with five thousand foot and
Joseph:AJ_12.306 maus. So that when Gorgias found no enemy in their camp,
Joseph:AJ_* 12.309-312 * contest and battle with Gorgias, and the forces that were
Joseph:AJ_12.351 mneia. [351] There Gorgias, the general of the forces of

  Gorgias 6   - a teacher of rhetoric; author of a book about prostitutes; 1st century B.C.
44/101 Cicero orders his son to stop meeting the rhetorician Gorgias.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.567 Antiphanes, and also of Gorgias the Athenian, who have

  Gorgias 7   - a general of Alexander
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Just_12.12 Polysperchon, Clitus, Gorgias, Polydamas, Amadas, and

  Gorgias   - in documents
CIL_1.2689 of Gaius & Lucius Gorgias, slave of Gaius Alle
Syll_600 (201/0)   Aristomachos son of Piston Gorgias son of Timokr
Syll_657 (155/4)   the son of Antiochos Gorgias of Ionidai, the so


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