Myrtilus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Myrtilus   - one of the speakers in the Deipnosophists of Athenaeus
Athen_13.563   to others. [15.] Myrtilus, having cited these lines of
Athen_13.570   to give you, my friend Myrtilus; and, as we read in the
Athen_13.571   tack him for the sake of Myrtilus, Myrtilus, getting in
Athen_13.588   3.] [588] Now when Myrtilus had uttered all this with extr
Athen_13.590   unexpected gain, while Myrtilus was still speaking, said
Athen_13.596   tesans. Now though Myrtilus appeared to be intending to
Athen_13.610   erance." [91.] Now, when Myrtilus had said all this in a
Athen_14.616   he ridiculed him." And Myrtilus having had a good many
Athen_15.676   bloom at the time; and Myrtilus said:- Tell me, my good
Athen_15.694   one most admirably written, Myrtilus said, that Anaxandrides the

  Myrtilus   - in documents
AnthPal_9.42 EONIDAS & { F 16 } & I, Myrtilus, escaped two dangers by


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