Sybaris - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek city on the south coast of Italy, renowned for its luxury
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+ Sybarite , Sybarites , Sybaritic
But Smindyrides of Sybaris was a very different sort of
them, that a citizen of Sybaris once going into the count
luxury no less than the Sybarites; for it was a peculiar
Athen_* 12.526-528 *
her, in the same way as as the Sybarites destroyed theirs.
ays that "Alcisthenes of Sybaris, out of luxury, had a gar
chus gave the offerings of the Sybarites - four golden com
and the winner was Philotas of Sybaris. 42nd [612 B.C.]
hen_12.521'b-e & Laws at Sybaris encourage luxury, while
city sent a colony to Sybaris, which was afterwards cal
- a river in Italy, near the city of Sybaris
other river, called the Sybaris, & Rolls on large waves
that when he came to the river Sybaris he was cooped with
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