Polemon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Polemon   - son of Andromenes; a Macedonian officer, late 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Arrian:Fr_9 ndered on his journey by Polemon, a friend of Perdiccas,
Arrian:Fr_10 the associates of Attalus and Polemon ... of the retreat
Plut:Eum_8 There Alcetas, Polemon, and Docimus contended with him

  Polemon 2   - Athenian archon, 312 B.C.
312/_ Athenian archon: Polemon
    Within translations:
DionHal:Din_9 Nicodorus Theophrastus Polemon Simonides Hieromnemon Dem

  Polemon 3   - an Academic philosopher, died in 270/269 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
313/9 Xenocrates converts Polemon from a dissolute life to the study of phi
313/10 Polemon and Crantor become friends while studying with Xenocrates.
313/18 pher Xenocrates, who is succeeded as head of the Academy by Polemon.
301/21 cynic, Zenon starts to attend the lectures of Stilpon and Polemon.
269/5 Crates becomes a pupil and close associate of Polemon.
269/5b Crates becomes a pupil and close associate of Polemon.
269/6 Sayings of Polemon, addressed to Zenon and others.
269/7 General remarks on the character and beliefs of Polemon.
269/8 The death of Polemon, the Academic philosopher.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.103   NTAGORAS & { H 1 } & On Polemon and Crates Stranger, as
Athen_2.44   ever drinking. And Polemon the Academic philosopher, from
Athen_10.419   Similitudes, says that Polemon, the Academic philosopher
Cic:Acad_1.34   of Plato, and after them Polemon and Crates, and also Crantor,
Cic:Acad_2.113   not even from Xenocrates or Polemon, but from a smaller person,
Cic:Acad_2.131   proved by the writings of Polemon, who is very highly approved
Cic:Acad_2.132   one or the other. If Polemon's is, the Stoic wise man
Cic:Acad_2.139   parted from the Ends of Polemon and the Peripatetics and Antiochus,
Cic:DeOr_3.67   a hearer of Plato, and Polemon, who had been a hearer
Cic:Tusc_5.30   Aristotle, Speusippus, Xenocrates, Polemon, who reckon all
Cic:Tusc_5.39   also with Aristotle, Xenocrates, Speusippus, Polemon.
Cic:Tusc_5.87   to Aristotle, Xenocrates, Speusippus, Polemon; and will not be
Cic:Tusc_5.109   exceed that of Xenocrates, or Polemon, or Arcesilas? Or is that
DiogLaert_7.2   said to have been a pupil of Polemon. But Hecaton, and
DiogLaert_7.20   some one spoke to him of Polemon, and said that he propose
DiogLaert_7.25   he attached himself to Polemon because of his freedom
DiogLaert_7.162   having fallen in with Polemon, passed over to his schoo
DiogLaert_7.188   were found neither in Polemon, nor in Hypsicrates, nor
Hieron:Chron_1749   749] [1743 in Ar.] Polemon the philosopher died, and then
ValMax_6.9e.1   of some foreign examples. Polemon, a young Athenian man,

  Polemon 4   "Periegetes" - geographer and antiquarian, born in Ilium, 2nd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
179/13 The geographer Polemon of Ilium is a contemporary of Aristophanes of
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_12.40   The first story is recorded by Polemon, the second by Aris
Athen_1.19   his name resound. Polemon relates that when Alexander raz
Athen_5.210   cauldrons. For so Polemon Periegetes said, in the third
Athen_6.234   me. At all events, Polemon (whether he was a Samian or a
Athen_6.253   flattered Demetrius, as Polemon relates in the treatise
Athen_8.340   very fond of fish, as Polemon relates, carried his luxu
Athen_9.387   live near the Phasis, as Polemon, the Describer of the Wor
Athen_10.416   called Aethon. And Polemon, in the first book of his Treat
Athen_10.442   hey are drunk. And Polemon, in his treatise on the Inscrip
Athen_11.462   is called the Trachinian.'   Polemon in the first book of
Athen_11.472   from cups like those."   Polemon, however, in the first book
Athen_11.474   Euphranor of Thurii."   Polemon, in the chapters On
Athen_11.476   cemented together. "In these," Polemon says, "are white poppy-heads,
Athen_11.478   of Dionysus.   Moreover Polemon, in the treatise On
Athen_11.479   by the men of old. Polemon at any rate, or whoever
Athen_11.483   the impurities inside it."   Polemon, also, in the book of
Athen_11.484   of very warm water."   Polemon in the fifth book of
Athen_11.486   Myron the sculptor, according to Polemon in the first book of
Athen_11.497   by Apollodorus of Athens. And Polemon, in the first book of
Athen_12.541   red and twenty talents." Polemon also speaks of it in his
Athen_12.552   by the wind. And Polemon, surnamed Periegetes, in his
Athen_13.567   icron;ι]. And Polemon mentions them, as painting thes
Athen_13.574   at Lacedaemon (as Polemon Periegetes says, in his treatis
Athen_13.577   aughter named Phila? And Polemon, in his treatise On the
Athen_13.587-589 *   such names as that, as Polemon tells us, in his treatise
Athen_13.602   Aristodemus is stated by Polemon Periegetes, in his Replie
Athen_13.606   On Sculptors. And Polemon, or whoever the author of the
Athen_14.659   expression. But Polemon says, in his writings which are
Athen_15.690   Polemon, in his writings addressed to
Athen_15.696   too, is even added by Polemon Periegetes to his letter addressed
Phylarch_62   istotle, Phylarchus, and Polemon to show that they are ver
Phylarch_82   hem at Athens. But Polemon says that there are three of
Plut:Arat_13   ormance, as we are informed by Polemon the geographer.

  Polemon 5   - an Egyptian official, "brother" of Menches, 2nd century B.C.
118/12 PTeb_43, a petition from Menches and Polemon.
115/7 PTeb_21, a letter from Polemon to Polemon.
114/3 PTeb_19, a letter from Polemon to Menches.
114/5 PTeb_17, another letter from Polemon to Menches.
114/13 PTeb_18, a letter from Polemon to Menches.
113/3 PTeb_20, a letter from Polemon to Menches.

  Polemon 6   of Petra - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 21 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_213 200th [21 A.D.] - Polemon of Petra, stadion race 201st

  Polemon 7   I - king of Pontus, died in 8 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
39/16 Antonius confirms Polemon, Amyntas, and others as dependant kings in
33/8 Antonius assigns Armenia Minor to Polemon.

  Polemon   - in documents
AnthPal_* 12.24-27 * REAS & { Ph 3 } & If my Polemon returns welcome and safe,
Lucill_11.210 on his back. No Polemon or Stratocleides will he approa
OGIS_59 (163)   eo... Antikrates Apollonios Polemon Diogenes son of
SelPap_1.51 Tebtunis in the division of Polemon in the Arsin
SelPap_1.53 siris in the division of Polemon in the Arsinoite no
SelPap_1.54 Tebtunis in the division of Polemon in the Arsin
SelPap_1.58 Tebtunis in the division of Polemon in the Arsin
SelPap_2.229 the divisions of Themistes and Polemon in the Arsin
SelPap_2.243 visions of Themistes and Polemon, said : According t
SelPap_2.248 visions of Themistes and Polemon in the Arsinoite n
SelPap_2.271 (Early 2nd cent.)   xyrhyncha in the division of Polemon. I lived with
SelPap_2.328 tunis in the division of Polemon guarding the two afor
SelPap_2.330 visions of Themistes and Polemon in the Arsinoite n
SelPap_2.336 Tebtunis in the division of Polemon. My father Kala
SelPap_2.350 Narmouthis in the division of Polemon. If I am gran
SelPap_2.353 Tebtunis in the division of Polemon in the Arsin
SelPap_2.372 aries of the division of Polemon to the landing-pla
SelPap_2.400 visions of Themistes and Polemon in the Arsinoite n
Syll_690 (c. 135)   n of Antichares, and Polemon son of Polemarchos wer

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