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  Sophocles   - writer of tragedies, late 5th century B.C.
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[Longin]:Subl_3   affected creature, blowing, as Sophocles says, "on scrannel pipes,
[Longin]:Subl_15   7 Sophocles describes with superb imagination the
[Longin]:Subl_23   This is the case with Sophocles' lines about Oedipus :
[Longin]:Subl_33   than (save the mark !) Sophocles ? In both cases the
Aelian:NA_2.10   sent ignoble mate. Sophocles also appears to mention this
Aelian:NA_6.51   me it is celebrated by Sophocles,* the tragic poet,
Aelian:NA_7.39   the contrary, none for Sophocles who says ' And down fro
Aelian:NA_11.18   her disgrace. And Sophocles, you remember, in his drama
AnthPal_6.145   REON & { F 16 } & Sophocles, who won the highest glory
AnthPal_7.21   SIMIAS & { H 4 } & On Sophocles O Sophocles, son of Sop
AnthPal_7.22   Gently over the tomb of Sophocles, gently creep, O ivy,
AnthPal_7.36   RYCIAS & { Ph 11 } & On Sophocles Ever, O divine Sophocle
AnthPal_9.98   Dionysus, proved you, Sophocles, to be the chief of the
Athen_4.175   instrument. But Sophocles, is his Thamyris, speaks of
Athen_7.280   2.] And before Epicurus, Sophocles, the tragic poet, in
Athen_9.401   ς? At all events, Sophocles, in his Lovers of Achil
Athen_10.420   for such a man's house [ Sophocles, OedTyr_4 ] & Is redole
Athen_11.466     Acrisius also, mentioned by Sophocles in The Men of Larisa
Athen_11.475   embroidered coat, a karchesion."   Sophocles in Tyro : "Flew to
Athen_11.476   golden mouthpieces."   And Sophocles in Pandora : "And
Athen_11.482   kymbē is also a boat Sophocles shows in Andromeda : "With
Athen_11.487   game ; this is what Sophocles in Salmoneus called "the bronze
Athen_11.506   himself, the Republic against Sophocles, while the Gorgias is
Athen_11.783   a pitcher as arystis. Sophocles : "Miserable woman, miserably
Athen_12.510   second place, with pleasure. And Sophocles the poet, being a man
Athen_12.513   And Sophocles speaks similarly, in the Iphigenia
Athen_12.547   before Epicurus, Sophocles the poet was a great instigat
Athen_13.557   ws,- "When some one told Sophocles that Euripides was a
Athen_13.564   kes her abode. And Sophocles somewhere represents Hippodam
Athen_13.579   long have wished for." [ Sophocles, Electra_2 ] & On one
Athen_13.582   hoon once, the friend of Sophocles, & While a young man,
Athen_13.583   me, you may present to Sophocles." & Callisto once, who
Athen_13.587   ion hereafter. But Sophocles, in his play called The Sheph
Athen_13.592   Archippe cohabited with Sophocles, though he was very old
Athen_13.598   ve. "How, too, the Attic bee [Sophocles] left Colone of
Athen_13.601-604 *   a very great poet, and Sophocles, too, introduced the
Athen_14.635-638 *   tuneful harps. And Sophocles, in his Mysians, says
Athen_14.646   sesame, and itria. And Sophocles, in his Contention, say
Athen_14.652   is at all superior to Sophocles, but in dried figs, I
Athen_14.657   ppa;α}'. And Sophocles, in his play called Insolence
Athen_15.668   the saucers. On which account Sophocles, in his Inachus called the
Athen_15.678   the comic poet; men whom Sophocles also mentions in his Fellow
Athen_15.685   will bid the slaves, as Sophocles says in his Fellow Feasters
Athen_15.687   the words of Clearchus. But Sophocles the poet, in his play
Athen_15.688   And Sophocles has represented women released from
Athen_15.690   to ἡδυπαθὴς {luxurious}. Sophocles also uses the
Cic:Acad_1.10   as those poets imitated Aeschylus, Sophocles and Euripides ? At all
Cic:DeOr_3.27   among the Greeks, Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides; though almost
Cic:Tusc_2.20   by death. What words does Sophocles here put in his mouth,
Cic:Tusc_2.49   is better in this than Sophocles, for in the one Ulysses
Cic:Tusc_3.71   the very same Oileus, in Sophocles, who had before comforted Telamon
DiogLaert_7.19   to him an apophthegm of Sophocles, and asked him whether
DiogLaert_10.137   isoned tunic cries out [ Sophocles, Trach_787 ]: & Shoutin
DioscEpigr_7.37   rms. [7.37] & { G-P 22 } & On Sophocles. A statue of a
DioscEpigr_7.707   as one of my brothers guards Sophocles on the Acropolis.
Just_3.6   of tried courage, and Sophocles, the writer of tragedie
Lucian:Macr_24   ninety years. [24] Sophocles the tragedian swallowed a gra
Oros_1.21   of proven courage, and Sophocles, a writer of tragedies.
Plin:HN_7.109   of the poet Archilochus. When Sophocles the prince of the tragic
Plin:HN_7.180   about whom we have spoken) Sophocles and Dionysius the tyrant of
Plin:HN_37.40   by the tragic poet Sophocles, and this greatly surprises
Plinius:Ep_2.14   rather wittily dubbed Sophocleses - from their readines
Plut:Agis_1   The shepherds in Sophocles say of their flocks, These
Plut:Demetr_45   one of his tragedies of Sophocles, gives this picture of
Plut:Mor_204   side those two verses of Sophocles : "Whoever comes
Plut:Mor_838   pening once to see Sophocles the tragedian amorously follo
Plut:Mor_841   the memory of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides; and tha
Plut:Phoc_1   virtue is not so weak as Sophocles would make it, nor is
Porph:Fr_40   und the same time, Sophocles and Euripides were in their
Simonid_7.20   & { P 51 } & On Sophocles Thy light is out, aged Sophoc
ValMax_4.3e.1   when he observed that Sophocles the tragedian, who was
ValMax_4.3e.2   [3e.2]   Sophocles himself, being now advanced in
ValMax_8.7e.12   [7e.12]   Sophocles had also a glorious contest
ValMax_9.12e.5   their character and works.   Sophocles when he was very old,

  Sophocles 2   - Athenian general in Sicily, late 5th century B.C.
Philoch_127 succeeded [in Sicily] by Sophocles and Pythodorus, who wer

  Sophocles 3   - son of Amphicleides; Athenian politician, early 3rd century B.C.
286/8 Sophocles son of Amphicleides attempts to pass a law banishing all
    Within translations:
Athen_13.610 certain man, named Sophocles, passed a decree to banish


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