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  Theophrastus   of Eresos - the successor of Aristotle as head of the Peripatetic school
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323/63 Aristotle gives the name Theophrastus, "divine speech", to his pupil
323/64 Athens and goes to Chalcis; Theophrastus becomes head of the Peripat
322/18 Aristotle has many pupils, including Theophrastus and Aristoxenus
319/24 Theophr:Char, Theophrastus' "^Characters".
314/9 Theophr:HP, Theophrastus' "History of Plants".
313/19 Theophrastus writes about the geography of Italy.
307/7 Demetrius of Phalerum gives a garden to Theophrastus.
286/4 Theophrastus and Phanias free their home city, Eresus, from a tyran
286/5 Arcesilaus leaves Theophrastus and joins the Academics.
286/6 ferent philosophers, including Crates, Theodorus, and Theophrastus
286/7 Theophrastus falls silent while addressing the Areopagus.
286/9 An old woman realizes that Theophrastus is not a native Attic speak
286/10 A comment by Zenon on the number of Theophrastus' followers.
286/11 Sayings of Theophrastus.
286/12 General comments on the character and appearance of Theophrastus
286/13 The death of Theophrastus, who is succeeded as leader of the Peripa
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_32   3 Accordingly, Aristotle and Theophrastus say that bold metaphors
Aelian:NA_3.17   tance, the Gecko, according to Theophrastus [fr. 275] ,
Aelian:NA_3.32   tiles ; and I learn from Theophrastus* that there are
Aelian:NA_3.35-38 *   What names these notes have Theophrastus will tell us
Aelian:NA_5.27   solid, not a cloven hoof. And Theophrastus [fr. 171. 2]
Aelian:NA_5.29   ilochus, was loved by a goose. Theophrastus relates this
Aelian:NA_9.15   arating it (?).* Theophrastus* is a sufficient witness
Aelian:NA_9.27   ary frankincense. [27] & From Theophrastus [HP 9. 18. 2]
Aelian:NA_9.37   no relation. And Theophrastus, who has traced the cause
Aelian:NA_9.64   2. 126] , and third in order Theophrastus [CP 6. 10. 2]
Aelian:NA_10.35   as fifteen eggs at a sitting. Theophrastus says somewhere
Aelian:NA_11.40   have two hearts, according to Theophrastus [fr. 182 ] .
Aelian:NA_12.36   to the account given by Theophrastus,* from being black
Aelian:NA_15.16   die together. [16] & Theophrastus* denies that the
Aelian:NA_15.26   rsued they jump. This is what Theophrastus says [fr. 174.
Athen_1.18   more amorous. And Theophrastus says that some contrivance
Athen_2.44   And Aristoteles or Theophrastus speaks of a man named Phil
Athen_2.50   called Cherries. — Theophrastus says, in his book on Plant
Athen_3.100   Samian, the friend of Theophrastus, was acquainted with
Athen_4.128   and Duris of Samos, pupils of Theophrastus the Eresian.
Athen_4.130   you hear the precepts of Theophrastus and when you eat thy
Athen_5.214   down by, Aristoteles and Theophrastus; showing how true
Athen_6.252   the list of the disciples of Theophrastus. And this man
Athen_6.254   injury to a state." And Theophrastus, in his treatise on
Athen_6.261   his way. [79.] And Theophrastus, in his treatise on Comedy
Athen_6.273   is also attributed to Theophrastus,) said that for twen
Athen_8.337   the Samian, the pupil of Theophrastus, and the brother of
Athen_8.348   ving no voice. But Theophrastus, in his book on The Laugha
Athen_9.369   ich we call bounias: but Theophrastus does not use the nam
Athen_11.463   of old age,' says Theophrastus in the treatise On
Athen_11.465   Reveller, and Bromius.    Theophrastus, also, in the treatise
Athen_11.470   the Therikleios is a cylix Theophrastus clearly shows in his Inquiry
Athen_11.497   of Arsinoē here."   Theophrastus in his treatise On
Athen_11.782   fourth part, of wine."   Theophrastus : "For as regards the
Athen_12.511   far as glory went, as Theophrastus says in his book on
Athen_12.526   hat here approaches? And Theophrastus, in his essay on Ple
Athen_12.543   that he was painting, as Theophrastus relates, in his trea
Athen_13.562   wings. [14.] And Theophrastus, in his book on Eros, says
Athen_13.567   ander of Cyrene, who, as Theophrastus, in his treatise On
Athen_13.606-610 *   ory Anecdotes. And Theophrastus, in his, essay On Love,
Athen_14.624   music can heal diseases, Theophrastus asserts in his treat
Athen_14.651   on the young shoots, as Theophrastus tells us, in the fou
Athen_14.654   And Aristotle or Theophrastus, in his Commentaries, says
Athen_15.673   Concerning those Matters in Theophrastus in his books on
Athen_15.676   any other country, as also Theophrastus relates.
Athen_15.679-684 *   same name, which the same Theophrastus mentions in the sixth book
Athen_15.689   Theophrastus, also, in his treatise on
Athen_15.693   [48.]   And Theophrastus in his essay On Drunkenness
Cic:Acad_1.10   these imitate Plato, Aristotle and Theophrastus in the same way as
Cic:Acad_1.33   an element of divinity. Theophrastus, who has a charming
Cic:Acad_1.35   ever to hamstring virtue, as Theophrastus had done, but on the
Cic:Acad_2.113   not from Aristotle or Theophrastus, not even from Xenocrates
Cic:Acad_2.123   ? Hicetas of Syracuse, as Theophrastus asserts, holds the view that
Cic:Acad_2.134   would allow, especially as Theophrastus says a great deal
Cic:Brut_37   the shady recesses of Theophrastus, a man of consummate
Cic:Brut_121   stotle? Who sweeter than Theophrastus? We are told that
Cic:Brut_172   said to have happened to Theophrastus, when he enquired
Cic:DeOr_1.43   you that Aristotle and Theophrastus have written not only
Cic:DeOr_1.49   if also  Aristotle, and Theophrastus, and Carneades, were eloquent,
Cic:DeOr_3.184   in this particular with Theophrastus, who thinks that style,
Cic:DeOr_3.221   ** as with them open. Theophrastus indeed has told us, that
Cic:Tusc_1.45   and hereditary philosophy, (as Theophrastus calls it,) which was
Cic:Tusc_3.21   at another's prosperity: as Theophrastus while he laments the
Cic:Tusc_3.69   arrive at perfection. And Theophrastus is reported to have
Cic:Tusc_5.24   This is the point which Theophrastus was unable to maintain: for
Cic:Tusc_5.25   a good man? The same Theophrastus is found fault with by
Cic:Tusc_5.85   to say; excepting that Theophrastus, and those who followed
Cic:Tusc_5.107   Arcesilas, Lacydes, Aristotle, Theophrastus, Zenon, Cleanthes, Chrysippus,
Demetr:Eloc_41   the same principle Theophrastus has given as an instance
Demetr:Eloc_114   d,' and it is defined by Theophrastus (Peri lex.) as that
Demetr:Eloc_173   the definition given by Theophrastus, beauty in a word
DionHal:Din_2   lourishing, he associated with Theophrastus and Demetrius
Hieron:Chron_1696   in Ar.] The philosopher Theophrastus was in his prime;
Julian:Mis_353   and Socrates, Aristotle and Theophrastus. This old man
Plin:HN_3.57   this matter are remarkable. Theophrastus, the first foreigner to
Plin:HN_3.58   sent to Alexander - [58] Theophrastus, I say, relying on more
Plin:HN_7.195   Thebes, or according to Theophrastus, in Phoenicia; walls were
Plin:HN_7.197   melt and work copper, but Theophrastus holds that it was the
Plin:HN_7.205   to Aristotle, but according to Theophrastus by Polygnotus of Athens.
Plin:HN_8.104   and poisonous spiders, and Theophrastus states that the Rhoetienses
Plin:HN_8.111   sake of these products. Theophrastus states that geckoes also
Plin:HN_8.128   [128] Strange to say, Theophrastus believes that even boiled
Plin:HN_8.173   were considered portentous. Theophrastus states that mules
Plin:HN_8.222   with prickly bristles. [222] Theophrastus states that on the
Plin:HN_33.113   {37.}   [113] Theophrastus states that cinnabar was discovered
Plin:HN_36.132   hardness, only not so heavy. Theophrastus is our authority also for
Plin:HN_36.134   {29.}   [134] Theophrastus, again, and Mucianus express the
Plin:HN_36.156   are prepared from it. Theophrastus assures us that topers
Plin:HN_37.33   the Dog-star shed this gum. Theophrastus states { de Lap. 29
Plin:HN_37.53   iron, a belief which even Theophrastus accepts { de Lap. 28
Plin:HN_37.74   by veins resembling copper. Theophrastus records { de Lap.
Plin:HN_37.97   all affected by fire. [97] Theophrastus assures us { de Lap.
Plin:HN_37.193   like one which, according to Theophrastus { de Lap. 32 },
Plut:Agis_2   For virtues, as Theophrastus says, when they first begi
Plut:Mor_177   to be. PHILIPPUS. Theophrastus tells us that Philippus,
Plut:Mor_842   ain, - Democles, who was Theophrastus' pupil, likewise ple
Plut:Mor_850   He used to hear Theophrastus, who succeeded Aristoteles
Teles_40   attended the school of Theophrastus and Xenocrates, alth

  Theophrastus 2   - Athenian archon, 340 B.C.
DionHal:Din_9 cus Pythodotus Sosigenes Theophrastus Lysimachides Chaeron
Philoch_* 53-56 * an end under the archon Theophrastus [340/39], who succee
Philoch_161 the terms of the peace when Theophrastus was archon [34
Philoch_162 the previous year, when Theophrastus the successor of Nic

  Theophrastus 3   - Athenian archon, 313 B.C.
  + Theodorus
313/_ Athenian archon: Theophrastus
    Within translations:
DionHal:Din_9 des Praxibulus Nicodorus Theophrastus Polemon Simonides
FGrH_255.11 des, Praxibulus, Nicodorus and Theodorus. In the first yea
FGrH_255.5 archons at Athens were Theophrastus, Lysimachides, Chaer

  Theophrastus 4   - an officer of Antigonus Gonatas, killed at Corinth
Plut:Arat_23 isoner, free; but he put Theophrastus to death, because
Polyaen_6.5.1 place he chose. Theophrastus, who refused to leave the

  Theophrastus 5   of Acharnae - superintendent of Delos, 2nd century B.C.
125/16 rding the building works of Theophrastus, as superintendent of Delo

  Theophrastus 6   - a descendant of the orator Lycurgus
Plut:Mor_843 the torch-bearer, son of Theophrastus, married, and by her

  Theophrastus   - in documents
Syll_585 (197-175)   year were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Praxias:
Syll_604 (192)   ncil were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Praxias, it was
THI_23 (late 2nd cent.)   B.C. Statue of Theophrastos son of Herakleitos, of


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