Solon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian lawgiver; archon in 594 B.C.
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Brothers, relates that Solon at first, on account of the
The great lawgiver Solon has said- & Admiring pretty legs
unguents! And moreover, Solon the lawgiver expressly forb
before) together with Solon, who was something older,
for before the time of Solon and Peisistratus, we meet
22'B ] rightly despises Solon; "O Solon," he say
about by all men than Solon the Athenian ever was on
instead of laws. Solon, a man of eminent integrity, was
by the institutions of Solon and the laws of Lycurgus,
and five years. Solon, Thales, and Pittacus, who were
heia (shaking off of debts) of Solon.  & SCHOL.PIND.,
tread in the steps of Solon and Lycurgus, in the cancel
Pericles, Aristides, and Solon, who excelled not only as
Frontinus, Str_2.5'41]  & Solon. The Athenians, worn
ormed from city names.] Solon mentions [Cyprian Soli] in
of Plataea - a friend of Phocion and Polyperchon
to Polyperchon. Solon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Cori
of Lindus - the eponymous founder of Soli in Cilicia
Cilicia, which was named after Solon of Lindus. He had thr
the city was named after Solon of Lindus, and it is now
of Bargylia - a friend of Demetrius Poliorcetes
342 & 347, Athenian decrees in honour of Nicon, Medeius and Solon.
- in documents
(shortly before 167) to Apollo by Hermon son of Solon. Polianthes made
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