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- Greek bucolic poet, 3rd century B.C.
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Theoc_16, a poem by Theocritus, addressed to Hieron.
Theocritus becomes a pupil of Philetas, probably while staying in
Theoc_7, a poem by Theocritus which is set in Cos.
Theoc_15 & 17, two poems by Theocritus written in praise of Ptolema
A saying of the poet Theocritus, addressed to a thief.
al comments on the career of Theocritus, the first of the bucolic
aces. &  & If Theocritus with finely darkening cheek
rom the Scholia: Idyll 6 Theocritus addresses his friend
Schol:Theoc_* 15-17 *
go out to watch. Theocritus modelled the poem on the "Sp
Their names were: Theocritus, who wrote the bucolic poems
. The family of Theocritus The family of Theocritus,
of Chios - an orator and sophist, 4th century B.C.
Demades, Dionysius, Phocion, Theocritus and others react to the news
on the life and writings of Theocritus of Chios, an orator and soph
Antigonus puts the sophist Theocritus to death.
es, the brother of Theocritus the Chian sophist was eminen
read among the Chians, Theocritus the philosopher being
- in documents
(263-236) Theokritos and Hagiadas of Meg
(c. 219/8) the house in which Theokritos was previously living
(276/5) stokles Eretrians: Theokritos Dorians: Aleximachos
(218) ce Theokritos and Amphalkes acted
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