Pamphilus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pamphilus   of Amphipolis - Greek painter, 4th century B.C.
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Plin:HN_35.75   Aristides, that Eupompus taught Pamphilus who was the instructor
Plin:HN_35.76   Sicyonian and Attic. [76] To Pamphilus belong Family Group, and a
Plin:HN_35.123   It is recorded also that Pamphilus, the teacher of Apelles, not
Plut:Arat_12   particularly those of Pamphilus and Melanthus ; [13]

  Pamphilus 2   of Alexandria - Greek grammarian, 1st century A.D.
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Athen_9.387   Glossary of Cookery, and Pamphilus the Alexandrian, in his
Athen_11.470-472 *   from its shape, according to Pamphilus in his Glossary
Athen_11.475   by this name. But Pamphilus says that only the
Athen_11.478   wine from a kotylos."   Pamphilus says that it is a
Athen_11.479   also Heracleitus, according to Pamphilus, say that the kotylē
Athen_11.487   of Cyrene, quoted by Pamphilus, says that the Paphians
Athen_11.494   Ollix Pamphilus in his Attic renders this
Athen_11.496   it a kotyliskos, according to Pamphilus. They use it at Eleusis
Athen_11.502   the way of friendship, as Pamphilus explains. And Demosthenes says {
Athen_11.783   means drinking-cup, according to Pamphilus. Philitas says that it
Athen_13.572   ho;&η) at Abydus, as Pamphilus asserts:- "For when all
Athen_14.642   Apion and Diodorus, as Pamphilus tells us, assert that
Athen_14.645   fried bread. But Pamphilus says that the epichyton is
Athen_14.650   omēlides. And Pamphilus, in his treatise on Dialects
Athen_14.653   aware, too, that Pamphilus has mentioned a kind of dried
Athen_15.677   in his Attic Words as Pamphilus says in his treatise on
Athen_15.678   the head of Hera, as Pamphilus relates.
DiogLaert_10.14   that he was also a pupil of Pamphilus, the Platonist

  Pamphilus 3   of Caesarea - Christian martyr, killed in 309 A.D.
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Malal_197 niclers Eusebius [follower] of Pamphilus and Pausanias.
Malal_207 lem, as Eusebius [follower] of Pamphilus has recorded in

  Pamphilus   - in documents
AnthPal_12.31 me totter, your love, Pamphilus, has but a little time
AntipThes_11.219 God's sake, if you love me, Pamphilus, don't kiss me.
Callim:Epigr_50 comic witness indeed - Pamphilus, not a single love-worn
CIL_1.1319 CIL_1 .1319 Latin Text Hostius Pamphilus. Rome. Table
CIL_1.2231 floor. CIL_1 .2231 Pamphilus. On a tablet
CIL_1.808 sesterces. Quintus Pamphilus contractor and workmen,
Meleager_4.1 ne-leaves of the song of Pamphilus he plucked intangled
OGIS_104 (167-145)   Athens, the son of Pamphilos, on account of Chryser
SEG_16.60 (320-305)   Oineis tribe, with Pamphilos of Rhamnous the so
Syll_310 (323/2)   proposal of Pamphilos son of Euphiletos: the me
Syll_322 Alexandros &[ 303/2 ] Pamphilos son of Parthenios K
Syll_386 (266/5)   Thorikos, the son of Pamphilos: since Strombichos
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   Megara, the son of Pamphilos ; Sosikrates of Sik
Syll_661 (c. 165/4)   h of the Eleusinians, Pamphilos of Eleusis the so


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