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  Philemon   - a poet of New Comedy, and rival of Menander
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Wikipedia entry
292/8 Sayings of Menander, addressed to Glycera, Philemon, and others.
263/5 Magas seizes Philemon but lets him go unharmed, after being attacked
263/5a remark of Philemon, after being acquitted in a court case.
263/6 The death of the comic poet Philemon.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_11   DF} & & Suda_Ph'328 & & Philemon, the comic poet, dreams
Aelian:NA_12.10   beyond measure lecherous. And Philemon says [fr. 126 K]
Apollod:Fr_43   in comedy contests by Philemon, a far inferior writer
Apul:Flor_16   story of the comic poet Philemon which is not so very unl
Apul:Flor_16   story of the comic poet Philemon which is not so very
Athen_3.81   donian apples. And Philemon, in his Clown calls Cydonian
Athen_4.175   merry song. And Philemon says, in his Adulterer - & (A)
Athen_6.262   sigmaf;. [262] And Philemon says in his Woman made young
Athen_11.481   which has no handles.   Philemon in The : "Rosa drank
Athen_11.497   so called. It is Persian. Philemon, after mentioning batiakai in The
Athen_12.516   Philemon also mentions the kandaulos in
Athen_13.569   them. [25.] And Philemon, in his Brothers, relates that
Athen_13.590   gender? for I know that Philemon says this in his play
Athen_13.594   with her. For when Philemon was in love with a courtesan,
Athen_13.595   which you are entitled." Philemon also mentions these circ
Athen_13.606   the temple. And Philemon mentions the same fact, and
Athen_14.645   torches round it. Philemon, in his Beggar, or Woman of
Athen_14.658   about cheese. For Philemon, in his play entitled The Sici
Athen_14.659   of Menander. And Philemon in one of his plays says -
Athen_14.663   ort, we gather from what Philemon says in his Man carried
Athen_14.664   dead to the dead. Philemon, also, in his Poor Woman -
DiogLaert_7.27   him into ridicule. Philemon speaks thus of him in his play
Lucian:Macr_25   long thereafter. Philemon, the comic poet, was ninety-se
Plin:HN_37.106   the plays of Menander and Philemon {c. 300 - and no
Teles_25   able and upright manner? Philemon expressed it well; for
Teles_42   him more money; for as Philemon aptly says, "You
ValMax_9.12e.6   [12e.6]   Philemon was carried off by immoderate

  Philemon 2   - a Greek grammarian
Athen_11.468   drinking-cup by a trope."   Philemon in Attic or Glosses under
Athen_11.469   also named ephebus according to Philemon of Athens in his work
Athen_11.473   {46.}   Kadiskos Philemon, in the treatise before-mentioned,
Athen_11.476   with one handle, according to Philemon. But Neoptolemus of Parium in
Athen_11.483   Kymbē Philemon in his Attic says that
Athen_14.646   eaten after supper; as Philemon tells us in his treatise
Athen_14.652   the woodcock. But Philemon, in his treatise On Attic Name

  Philemon   - in documents
CIL_* 1.681-683 * musus, freedman of Gaius Philemon, slave of Aulus Hel
OGIS_59 (163)   idas Theaitetos Asklepiades Philemon Apollonios son
RC_5 ryson Aristagoras son of Philemon Kleomedes son of Kr
SelPap_2.364 the market through you, Philemon, chief assistant at
THI_85 (late 3rd century)   Killes son of Midas Philemon Aischylos Demetrios Ap


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