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  Solon   - Athenian lawgiver; archon in 594 B.C.
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Aelian:Fr_67   pressive ones. But Solon disdained Croesus' present fortun
Aelian:Fr_187   {190 DF} & & STOBAEUS & Solon the Athenian, the son of
Aelian:NA_1.13   action for ill-usage, nor is Solon* to it a name of
Aelian:NA_2.42   unburied corpse, though Solon* laid no such injunction
Aelian:NA_6.61   men like Lycurgus,* Solon, Zaleucus, and Charondas,
Aelian:NA_9.1   his is no order of Solon's to the lions: it is Nature that
AntipSid_7.81   parta Chilon, and Attica Solon - all guardians of admirabl
Athen_11.508   Dracon, Plato himself, and Solon, their fellow-citizens adopted the
Athen_13.569   Brothers, relates that Solon at first, on account of the
Athen_13.602   The great lawgiver Solon has said- & Admiring pretty legs
Athen_13.612   unguents! And moreover, Solon the lawgiver expressly forb
Athen_14.632   Xenophanes, and Solon, and Theognis, and Phocylides,
Athen_14.645   ecake we learn from what Solon says in his Iambics: - &
Athen_15.687   whiteness of the wool. And Solon the wise, in his laws,
Cic:Acad_2.136   the hand of Lycurgus and Solon, and our Twelve are not
Cic:Brut_27   before) together with Solon, who was something older,
Cic:Brut_39   for before the time of Solon and Peisistratus, we meet
Cic:DeOr_1.58   they will, that Lycurgus or Solon (although I think that these
Cic:DeOr_1.197   of their Lycurgus, Dracon, and Solon. It is indeed incredible how
Cic:DeOr_3.56   as in Lycurgus, Pittacus and Solon; and, compared with them, our
Cic:Rep_2.2   Theseus, and later Dracon, Solon, Cleisthenes, and many others
Cic:Rep_2.59   method as that ** which Solon the Athenian, who lived only
Cic:Tusc_1.109   be received, that Lycurgus and Solon have no glory from their
Cic:Tusc_1.117   But the wise Solon says -
Euseb]:Chron_3   22'B ] rightly despises Solon; "O Solon," he say
Julian:Mis_342   about by all men than Solon the Athenian ever was on
Just_2.7   instead of laws. Solon, a man of eminent integrity, was
Just_3.2   by the institutions of Solon and the laws of Lycurgus,
Lucian:Macr_18   and five years. Solon, Thales, and Pittacus, who were
Oros_2.13   to copy the laws of Solon, they were restrained from further
Oros_5.16   for which even the Athenian Solon had not ventured to prescribe
Philoch_114   heia (shaking off of debts) of Solon. [115] & SCHOL.PIND.,
Plinius:Ep_8.24   eing instructed in the laws of Solon etc., in 454 B.C. (**
Plut:Cleom_18   tread in the steps of Solon and Lycurgus, in the cancel
Plut:Phoc_7   Pericles, Aristides, and Solon, who excelled not only as
Polyaen_1.20.1   Frontinus, Str_2.5'41] [20] & Solon. The Athenians, worn
Polyaen_1.20.2   possession of Salamis, Solon sailed to Colias, where he
ValMax_4.1e.7   at length it came to Solon, who gave the title of
ValMax_5.3e.3   Also Solon made such wholesome laws, and
ValMax_7.2e.2   this, "Consider now," said Solon, "how many reasons for
ValMax_8.7e.14   [7e.14]   As for Solon, how industrious he was, he
ValMax_8.9e.1   he achieved this when Solon, the greatest of patriots,
Vit:Arat_1   ormed from city names.] Solon mentions [Cyprian Soli] in

  Solon 2   of Plataea - a friend of Phocion and Polyperchon
Plut:Phoc_33 to Polyperchon. Solon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Cori

  Solon 3   of Lindus - the eponymous founder of Soli in Cilicia
Vit:Arat_3 Cilicia, which was named after Solon of Lindus. He had thr
Vit:Arat_4 the city was named after Solon of Lindus, and it is now

  Solon 4   of Bargylia - a friend of Demetrius Poliorcetes
302/6a 342 & 347, Athenian decrees in honour of Nicon, Medeius and Solon.

  Solon   - in documents
Syll_652 (shortly before 167)   to Apollo by Hermon son of Solon. Polianthes made


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