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of Colophon - a Greek poet, 2nd century B.C.
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decree of Delphi in honour of Nicander of Colophon, an epic poet.
General comments on the career of the poet Nicander of Colophon.
the Lacedaemonians: and Nicander of Colophon, in his Dial
nacy; as is mentioned by Nicander of Chalcedon, in the fou
stituted at brothels; as Nicander of Colophon also states,
the king of Bithynia; as Nicander informs us in the sixth
wer me, I will tell you; Nicander of Colophon, in his Ther
Others says that Nicander of Colophon was a contemporary
aenomena and other poems Nicander Aeantides - or Apolloniu
ld. 1. The life of Nicander Dionysius of Phaselis, in his
ary of Aratus, Callimachus and Nicander. He lived at the
aenomena and other poems Nicander, who wrote the Theriaca
- king of Sparta, 8th century B.C.
hariclus reigned for 60 years. Nicander for 38 years. Theo
Charicles - for 60 years Nicander - for 38 years Theopompu
of Ilium - resident in Athens, late 4th century B.C.
Syll_346, an Athenian decree in honour of Nicander and Polyzelus.
- Athenian archon, 41 B.C.
Athenian archon: Nicander
- in documents
Alleius slave of Marcus Nicander Rasennius slave of M
(c. 228) sent the hieropoioi Nikandros and Philippides beari
(c. 216) sp; Charopidas son of Nikandros, Glaukinos s
(202/1) bsp; ...chos son of Nikandros : provisions f
(263-236) p; , , sponsor: Nikandros of Trichonion
(early 2nd century) century B.C. Nikandros of Halikarnassos It was reso
(305-285) Isis by Nikanor and Nikandros of the deme of Poly
(c. 160) tes were: . . . Nikandros son of Lamiskos Boïs
(256/5 or 254/3) sandreia, the son of Nikandros ; Eucharides of Op
(255/4 or 252/1) xon, Eumelidas, Dion, Nikandros Delphians: Kleuda
(c. 247-240) es, Ariston Phokians: Nikandros It was resolved by
(c. 226) the council were Praxias, Nikandros and Archiadas.
(soon after 210) enikidai . . . of Paiania Nikandros of Tyrmeidai .
(194) Thermic games, when Nikandros of Trichonion [was
(178) son of Proandros; Nikandros of Trichonion, the son
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