Philon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Philon   - a Theban who showed hospitality to Philippus II
Plut:Mor_178 ppress those. & To Philon the Theban, who had been his hos

  Philon 2   - a friend of Aristotle
Athen_13.610 from Attica. And Philon, the friend of Aristotle, wrote

  Philon 3   of Illyria - a satrap after the death of Alexander the Great
ExcBarb_33B   the surrounding areas to Philon He gave Syria as far as Mes
Just_13.4   lotted Cilicia. 13 Philon of Illyria was set over the Grea
Oros_3.23   Philotas received Cilicia; Philon, the Illyrians. 8
PsCallisth_3.17   land, but my dear friend Philon, and Hephaestion, and Kart

  Philon 4   - a Greek architect, 4th century B.C.
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307/9 Philon enlarges the temple of Demeter and Persephone at Eleusis.
Cic:DeOr_1.62   Nor, if, as is said, Philon, ** the famous architect, who
Plin:HN_7.125   wonderful Temple of at Ephesus, Philon who made a dockyard for
ValMax_8.12e.2   elegance. The architect of it, Philon, is said to have given

  Philon 5   - an opponent of Demochares

  Philon 6   - a Greek official in Egypt, 3rd century B.C.
279/10 Philon gives to Berenice a sample of topazus, a precious stone from

  Philon 7   - a dialectician, early 3rd century B.C.
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DiogLaert_7.16 tudy very carefully with Philon, the dialectician, and to
DiogLaert_7.191 one on the treatise of Philon, on Signification; one on
DiogLaert_7.194 treatise on Modes, by Philon, addressed to Timostratus;

  Philon 8   - Athenian archon, 180 B.C.
180/_ Athenian archon: (?) Philon

  Philon 9   - Athenian archon, 178 B.C.
178/_ Athenian archon: Philon
    Within translations:
SEG_32.131 (178/7)   n Philon [the one after Menedemos]
Syll_637 (178)   hon at Delphi, and Philon was archon at Athens, it

  Philon 10   of Larissa - an Academic philosopher, 1st century B.C.
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88/62 The philosopher Philon escapes from Athens to Rome.
83/16 Cicero is a pupil of Philon, an Academic philosopher, who encourages
83/17 General remarks on the life and teaching of the philosopher Philon.
    Within translations:
Cic:Acad_1.1   have taken the role of Philon myself. When you read it
Cic:Acad_1.13   free from error ; although Philon, Antiochus's master, a great man
Cic:Acad_2.4   under canvas. But as Philon's pupil Antiochus was deemed
Cic:Acad_2.11   pupil of both Clitomachus and Philon, and was undoubtedly a person
Cic:Acad_2.12   put forward in regard to Philon by his father, and also
Cic:Acad_2.17   with Carneades. [17]   Again Philon of your school for many
Cic:Acad_2.18   their views discussed. But Philon, in raising certain revolutionary
Cic:Acad_2.69   with Antiochus, who studied under Philon the very doctrines that I
Cic:Acad_2.78   trusting Clitomachus more than Philon or Metrodorus, I believe
Cic:Acad_2.111   which Antiochus used to say Philon had found most upsetting :
Cic:Acad_2.143   Diodorus holds one view, Philon another, Chrysippus another. Then,
Cic:Brut_306   king. At this time Philon, the leading philosopher in the
Cic:DeOr_3.110   at this present time, under Philon, ** who flourishes, I hear,
Cic:Tusc_2.9   and in our own memory Philon, whom we have often heard,
Cic:Tusc_2.26   or elegance. But our friend Philon used to give a few
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Carneades, Panaetius, Clitomachus, Philon, Antiochus, Posidonius, and
Phld:Acad_33   [33]   Philon, the successor of Cleitomachus, was

  Philon 11   of Alexandria - a Jewish writer, 1st century A.D.
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Hieron:Chron_2050   the Jewish people. Philon relates this in the second book
Oros_7.5   they commissioned a certain Philo, unquestionably a scholar of

  Philon 12   - son of the tyrant Phricodemus
Polyaen_8.46.1 [46] Themisto. Philon, the son of Phricodemus the tyra

  Philon 13   - a Greek poet

  Philon 14   - a flatter of Agathocles, the son of Oenanthe
Athen_6.251 14.11 ], he says that Philon was a flatterer of Agathoc

  Philon   - in documents
240/3a SelPap_1.95A, a letter from Philon to Zenon.
    Within translations:
Antiphil_7.634 G-P 19 } & Old Philon, stooping to lift the bier to
Meleager_12.95 liades peel it back, may Philon give you a sweet kiss, may
OGIS_175 (104)   sēs daughter of Philon and their children ded
OGIS_304 (c. 158-138)   atonike. [B] Philon son of Demetrios dedicated
PCairZen_59263 ice after a temporary absence. Philon to Zenon greeting.
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   of Philistidas and Philon of Halis the son of Sa
SelPap_2.350 To Philon and Sabinus, superinte
Syll_322 etrios Hippothous son of Philon Oiētes son of Ari
Syll_388 (266/5)   Otryne, the son of Philon, and his advisors, Alk
Syll_421 (272-260)   ond time Hipparch: Philon of Pleuron Secretary:
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   Thessaly, the son of Philon ; Herakleitos of Argos,
Syll_442 (261-248)   enaios son of Eupolis Philon son of Heroson Bottas
Syll_481 (c. 257/6)   granted to Menon and Philon, sons of Polya, bot
Syll_489 (c. 234)   g processional hymns: Philon [of Arkadia], the so
Syll_545 (206/5)   thimenes of Thestia, Philon of Physkos, Lamios of
Syll_657 (155/4)   Paiania, the son of Philon Lysimachos of Acharnai,
THI_125 (223)   - Philomelos son of Philon, Kaphisodoros son of Dio
THI_127 (c. 210)   einias, Milles son of Philon, { blank } supervisors
THI_128 (210-205)   nbsp; When [(?) Philon] was archon, king Ptolemaios
THI_149 (175-172)   bsp; from Hermione: Philon son of Kallistratos, Men
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   as son of Demochares, Philon son of Aristeas and Me
THI_49 (153/2)   m: since Baton son of Philon previously, when he
THI_99.O (c. 130)   tagoi] in Lamia were Philon son of Euboulidas, Agea


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