Publilius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Syrus - writer of Latin mimes, 1st century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
ian Staberius Eros, the poet Publilius Syrus and the astronomer Manil
sar stages a contest between Publilius Syrus and Laberius, two writer
Publilius Syrus is in his prime.
esar. [not in Ar.] Publius, the Syrian writer of mimes,
nevertheless no dinner of Publilius, the poet of mimes
instances of these being Publilius of Antioch the founder
- in documents
It_13.3.65 ) (?) Q. Publilius Philo . .
. . . Timotheus Publilius, slave of Lucius and Ma
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