Sosibius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Laconia - a grammarian, 3rd century B.C.
les the far-fetched grammatical explanations of Sosibius of Laconia.
irable solver of difficulties, Sosibius. But Ptolemy
self, also asserted that Sosibius had received his money;
Olympiad [ 676-673 B.C. ], as Sosibius tells us in his
garlands of reeds, as Sosibius tells us in his treatise
of Tarentum - captain of the bodyguard of Ptolemy II
had often laid before Sosibius of Tarentum and Andreas,
asks of us!'  Then Sosibius and some others who were
of the king's guards, Sosibius of Tarentum, and Andreas
st, Aristaeus?"  But Sosibius, and the rest that stood
- chief minister of Egypt during the reign of Ptolemy IV
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Sosibius wins the boys' race at the Ptolemaea.
Sosibius plots against Theodotus of Aetolia, the Egyptian general in
puts Cleomenes under house arrest, at the instigation of Sosibius.
Sosibius, the associate of Agathocles, enjoys a good reputation despi
Ptolemy V, despite the opposition of Ptolemy son of Sosibius.
Plut:Cleom_* 33-35 *
of affairs." And when Sosibius, the king's principal
hamber, and handed her over to Sosibius to guard. When she
- a wealthy senator of Antioch during the reign of Augustus
rmoil in the East. Sosibius says that at this time a cetai
rse races. [473'A] Sosibius also says that Augustus was
ibed. At this time Sosibius, a senator of Antioch, came
- in documents
(c. 269-246) os. The steward Sosibios shall give the money for
(c. 269-246) ysos; and the steward Sosibios shall give the money
copy of the letter that Sosibios wrote to Zenodoros about
(277) ians: Phoi..., (?) Sosibios Dorians: Bryas, Alex
(early 2nd cent.) port her own father Sosibios and her mother Soso
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