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  Samos   - an island in the Aegean Sea
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324/1 (Syll_304), an Athenian decree in honour of Heracleides of Samos.
323/5 Some Samians exiles return to their island, but are arrested and sent
323/52 Epicurus goes from Samos to Athens to be trained as an ephebe.
321/2 The Samians return to their island, after Perdiccas expels the Atheni
320/26 Syll_312, a decree of the Samians after their return from exile.
315/32 The death of Aeschines, at Samos.
307/17c nscr_44, decrees of Athens, Samos and other states in honour of Nico
301/7 Syll_333, a decree of Samos in honour of Demarchus of Lycia.
301/7a IG_12.4.1.132, decrees of Samos and Telos in honour of judges from
282/26 a letter of Lysimachus to Samos, concerning a boundary dispute wit
280/20 The historian Duris establishes himself as tyrant of Samos.
279/21 SEG_1.363, a Samian decree in honour of Theocles and Herophantus of
250/24 Aristarchus of Samos invents a kind of sun-dial, in the shape of a
243/2 SEG_1.366, a decree of Samos in honour of Bulagoras.
208/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Heracleitus of Samos
197/12 Austin_145, a decree of Samos in honour of Diodorus, a public doctor
197/25 Antiochus defeats Rhodes, Samos, Colophon and Phocaea in a naval batt
192/30 gement of Rhodian arbitrators in a dispute between Samos and Priene.
135/1a Roman senate concerning a border dispute between Samos and Priene.
128/9 inscription from a statue put up in honour of Cn.Domitius at Samos.
80/33 ding Aspendus, Delos, Lampsacus, Myndus, Samos, Sicyon, and Tenedos.
67/47 nscriptions on the bases of statues of Pompeius, in Delos and Samos.
38/22 ters from Octavianus to the cities of Aphrodisias, Ephesus and Samos.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_72 _9'24 (Melissus) & Melissus of Samos. [73] & [SORANUS, Vit
Athen_03.100 [100] But Lynceus the Samian, the friend of Theophrastu
Athen_04.128 of Lynceus and Duris of Samos, pupils of Theophrastus the
Athen_04.130 cheesecakes, and your Samian ones, my friend Lynceus,
Athen_04.155   But Duris the Samian, in the seventeenth book of his
Athen_06.234 olemon (whether he was a Samian or a Sicyonian, or whether
Athen_06.241 And Lynceus the Samian repeats several of his sayings,
Athen_06.245 And Lynceus the Samian, in his Apophthegms, says- "Sila
Athen_06.248 ingly, Lynceus the Samian, in his Commentaries, gives the
Athen_06.253 ans. And Duris the Samian, in the twenty-second book of
Athen_06.255 Anaxandrides does in his Samian, where he says - & For fla
Athen_06.267 that some slaves of the Samians colonized Ephesus, being
Athen_08.337 gods?" And Lynceus the Samian, the pupil of Theophrastus
Athen_10.418 ood. Pythagoras of Samos, also, used food in moderation,
Athen_11.496 and so also does Lynceus the Samian, in his Letters. [97
Athen_12.522 Polycrates the tyrant of Samos, and having been taken pris
Athen_12.525 erning the luxury of the Samians, quotes the poems of Asiu
Athen_12.526 ure, [526] says that the Samians, being most extravagantly
Athen_* 12.540-543 * olycrates, the tyrant of Samos, collected everything that
Athen_13.560 &# But Duris the Samian says that the first war carried
Athen_13.561 able life. But the Samians (as Erxias says, in his History
Athen_13.572 stitute." And Alexis the Samian, in the second book of his
Athen_13.583 ], and as Lynceus the Samian relates in his Commentarie
Athen_13.590 women of Nicaenetus of Samos or Abdera (whichever was
Athen_13.593 stress named Myrrhina, a Samian courtesan; and in every
Athen_13.594 on, who already had Bacchis of Samos as his mistress. Acco
Athen_13.598 mes he would leave Samos, at times again his own city, tha
Athen_13.599 bound with its spell the Samian Pythagoras; yet he had dis
Athen_13.602 ance, Polycrates the tyrant of Samos did. [79.] But among
Athen_13.605 is related by Duris the Samian, in the third book of his
Athen_14.638 says that Stesander the Samian added further improvements
Athen_14.653 range which Aethlius the Samian asserts in the fifth book
Athen_15.696 ook entitled The Annals of the Samians, says is sung in
Callim:Epigr_7 omer or to Creophylus of Samos - see Strabo, 14.1.18 I am
Callim:Epigr_18 do the daughters of the Samians oft-times seek - their
Callim:Epigr_49 twice as widely as the Samian (Dionysus), the tragic Dio
Cic:Brut_156 and very attentively at Samos, when I wanted to be instru
Diog_Laert_10.1 Athenians had colonised Samos, he was brought up there,
Diog_Laert_10.3 eless too, did come from Samos, & A grammar teacher, and
Diog_Laert_10.14 Pamphilus, the Platonist at Samos. {9} They further tel
DionHal:Din_13 cleruchs who had gone to Samos went in the time of this
Euseb]:Chron_199 adion race Pythagoras of Samos was excluded from the boys'
Euseb]:Chron_209 B.C.] - Heracleitus of Samos, stadion race 144th [204
Euseb]:Chron_225 aeans - for 44 years The Samians for [..] years The Sparta
Hieron:Chron_2000 ugustus granted freedom to the Samians [ or "the Samaritan
Inscr_44 (c. 315-307)   A, front} &Decree of the Samians. It was resolved
Inscr_61.D (173-169)     Melanthios of Samos, the son of Basileidos s
Inscr_88 (306-301)   f the people of the [Samians and to] crown them wit
Inscr_89 (321-319)   d by the Athenians in Samos should seize those Sami
Inscr_99.D (2nd century)   Menokritos of Samos This decree was issued by Bryko
Inscr_99.E (2nd-1st century)   C. Ouliades of Samos This decree was issued by Mino
Joseph:BJ_1.425 made to the Lycians and Samians? or of his great liberal
Julian:Mis_347 the physician of Samos was set a difficult problem, name
OGIS_256 (129-117)   o by Sosistratos of Samos, the son of Sosistra
OGIS_26 (278-270)   ian] Zeus by Kallikrates of Samos, the son of [Bo&i
OGIS_27 (278-270)   pian Zeus by Kallikrates of Samos, [the son of Bo&i
Philoch_154 were sent to colonise Samos were sent in this archon's
Plut:Demetr_27 rkable, that Lynceus the Samian took pains to give a descr
Plut:Mor_187 I was your general in Samos, was ashamed that a dart
Plut:Mor_837 out of that which he got at Samos [365 B.C.]. Likewise
Plut:Mor_840 school. Thence he sailed to Samos, and died there soon
Polyaen_01.23.1 olycrates, the tyrant of Samos, infested the Greek seas,
Polyaen_03.6.1 Phrynichus was commander in Samos, he plotted to betray
Polyaen_03.9.36 mutiny. 36 & After ravaging Samos, Iphicrates sailed
Polyaen_03.10.10 Timotheus was besieging Samos, the continual influx of
Polyaen_03.10.9 mercenaries for the siege of Samos. Because he was unabl
Polyaen_05.34.1 being noticed, Nicon of Samos painted his ship in the sam
Polyaen_06.2.1 ns, dispatched a ship to Samos, another to Thasos, and a
Polyaen_06.45.1 highly esteemed by the Samians, was appointed to be thei
Polyaen_07.45.1 ns, suspecting the Samians and Milesians of treachery, pos
Porph:Fr_47 ds, and captured Rhodes, Samos, Colophon, Phocaea, and man
Syll_312 (321)   erness towards the Samian people, urging that the
Syll_333 (304-301)   zealous towards the Samian people during their ex
Syll_420 (272-266)   the admiral Kallikrates of Samos, the son of Bo&iu
Syll_492 (c. 263)   Melas Asklepiades of Samos, the son of Herodotos D
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   os Thera Iulis The Samian colony in Minoa & Kart
Syll_588 (190-180)   dians: & Myndians: & Samians: & Halikarnassians: &
Syll_599 (c. 196-192)   ween the Prienians and the Samians. The following
Syll_648 (c. 194)   of Delos crowns Satyros of Samos, the son of Eume
Syll_674 (c. 140)   nted by the cities of Samos, Kolophon and Magnesia;
Syll_688 (135)   e matters relating to the Samians. The consul Servi

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