Hellanicus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Mytilene - Greek historian, 5th century B.C.
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ecord that Thucydides [? Hellanicus] died, according to
empty vessel. But Hellanicus, in the first book of his
I am aware, too, that Hellanicus says, in his treatise
the Carneian games, as Hellanicus tells us in his Victor
others call seedless." Hellanicus has also called the
have mentioned: firstly Hellanicus of Lesbos and Ctesias
ymptoms of health. Hellanicus of Lesbos was eighty-five,
and the new gold". Hellanicus says that gold coins were
noble family, and, as Hellanicus tells us, the offsprin
of Elis - opponent of the tyrant Aristotimus, 3rd century B.C.
at such cruel tyranny, Hellanicus, the chief of them,
- an Egyptian, 3rd century B.C.
PEnteux_12, a petition from Bithys against Hellanicus.
- in documents
(c. 216) ppon, Eudamos, Ptolemaios, Hellanikos and Sotion. O
(178) nt of the] herōon of Hellanikos. If anyone t
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