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  Theopompus   of Chios - Greek historian, 4th century B.C.
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321/21 The historian Theopompus travels to Egypt, but Ptolemy refuses
310/34 Theopompus is afflicted by a temporary madness, after attempting
310/35 Theopompus the historian is involved in politics at Chios.
179/9 es a much shorter version of Theopompus' history, by removing all
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_31   way the phrase used by Theopompus, though less admirable, seems to
[Longin]:Subl_43   a disaster. 2 Similarly Theopompus, after fitting out the
Aelian:NA_5.27   atures of animals. Theopompus reports that in the country
Aelian:NA_11.40   [fr. 182 ] . And Theopompus says that hares in Bisaltia
Aelian:NA_17.16   health. [16] & Theopompus says that at the season of
Aristeas_314   that he had heard from Theopompus that he had been drive
Athen_2.45   with wine; a thing which Theopompus relates to have been
Athen_5.213   Pythagoras laid down, as Theopompus has related in the eig
Athen_5.217   rty-one years. But Theopompus says he reigned thirty-five
Athen_6.249   king is dead." [55.] But Theopompus says, in the forty-fou
Athen_6.252   .3'16 ]. [60.] But Theopompus, in the eighteenth book of
Athen_6.254   rth of Greece, and which Theopompus, who hated them, calle
Athen_6.259   human life. For Theopompus, in the nineteenth book of
Athen_6.260   end it to him. And Theopompus, in the twenty-sixth book
Athen_6.265   money, as is related by Theopompus, in the seventeenth
Athen_6.271   they also are slaves, Theopompus gives a very clear acc
Athen_6.272   the Helots." [272] And Theopompus, in the seventh book
Athen_6.275   oes to bed." But now, as Theopompus tells us in the first
Athen_9.401   thick -with blood? And Theopompus, in the twentieth book
Athen_10.415   vast appetite, quoting Theopompus, who speaks of him in
Athen_11.468   extraordinarily large horns ; Theopompus gives an account of
Athen_11.476   whom he felt friendly. And Theopompus, in the second book of
Athen_11.508   or not worse. Why, even Theopompus of Chios, in his Attack
Athen_12.517   a state of nudity. And Theopompus, in the forty-third book of
Athen_12.526   get drunk in. And Theopompus, in the fifteenth book of
Athen_12.531   [41.]   But Theopompus, in the fifteenth book of
Athen_12.532   But in the work of Theopompus, entitled Concerning the Money of
Athen_12.533   his gardens, [533] as Theopompus relates in his twenty-first
Athen_12.536   himself in luxury," as Theopompus tells us in the fourte
Athen_12.543   ond Pausanias. But Theopompus, in the tenth book of his
Athen_13.573   army against Greece (as Theopompus also relates, and so
Athen_13.586   arpalus; concerning whom Theopompus speaks in his treatise
Athen_13.595   be his feelings?" And Theopompus also, in his Letter
Athen_13.604   h-thief. [83.] And Theopompus, in his treatise On the Trea
Athen_13.605   in the same treatise, Theopompus further alleges that
Athen_13.609   of the king. And Theopompus, in the fifty-sixth book of
Athen_14.616   Egyptians revolted (as Theopompus relates, and Lyceas
Athen_14.627   these means. And Theopompus, in the forty-sixth book of
Athen_14.650   of paliouros. But Theopompus, in the twenty-first book
Athen_14.657   ;κα}'. Theopompus also speaks of fatted geese
Athen_15.676   byblos quoting the statement of Theopompus, in the third book of
Athen_15.690   And Theopompus also mentions this perfumer, Peron,
Cic:Brut_66   and elevated style of Theopompus soon diminished the
Cic:Brut_204   with his two scholars Theopompus and Ephorus, who, afte
Cic:DeOr_2.57   two men of great genius, Theopompus and Ephorus, coming from what
Cic:DeOr_2.94   those such as Theopompus, Ephorus, Philistus, **
Cic:DeOr_3.36   to put the rein on Theopompus; for the one, who overleaped
Demetr:Eloc_75   forcible writers, like Theopompus, who give feeble utter
Demetr:Eloc_240   speak forcibly. Theopompus, for instance, in a certain
Demetr:Eloc_247   and often frigid. Theopompus, for example, when inveighin
Demetr:Eloc_250   condemned in the case of Theopompus, is out of place even
Joseph:AJ_12.112   He also told him, that "Theopompus was desirous of writin
Lucian:Macr_10   of the Odrysians, from what Theopompus says, died at
Nepos_7.11   belonged to the same period, Theopompus, who was born somewhat later
Nepos_11.3   all men; 2 but, as Theopompus has recorded, he was not
Philoch_34   Eratosthenes in book 9 and by Theopompus in book 25. [35]
Philoch_44   alls it in book 4. Theopompus mentions it once in the masc
Philoch_120   sed. The historian Theopompus says that [Thucydides], the
Philoch_162   rus, or 180 according to Theopompus, and he gathered 700
Plin:HN_3.57   the Romans - for Theopompus, before whom nobody mentioned
Plin:HN_3.98   in Lucania has disappeared and Theopompus says that there was once
Plin:HN_4.2   Mount Talarus, celebrated by Theopompus, with a hundred springs
Plin:HN_7.154   Cyprus, and 200 to Aegimius. Theopompus gives 157 to Epimenides of
Plut:Mor_833   propinquity. And Theopompus likewise, in his Fifteenth
Plut:Mor_837   B.C.]. Likewise Theopompus of Chios, Ephorus of Cyme,
THI_166.B   Works Theopompos.†
ValMax_8.13e.5   same the Indians. And Theopompus reports that Epimenides of
ValMax_8.14e.5   yet the eloquent genius of Theopompus included the fact in his

  Theopompus 2   - king of Sparta, late 8th century B.C.
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Cic:Rep_2.58   also, in the reign of Theopompus, the five officials called ephors
Euseb]:Chron_223   years. Nicander for 38 years. Theopompus for 47 years.
Euseb]:Chron_225   years Nicander - for 38 years Theopompus - for 47 years.
Plut:Agis_21   Macedonia. As for Theopompus, who, as the Messenians clai
Plut:Mor_190   njury. THEOPOMPUS. Theopompus, to one that showed him the
Polyaen_1.15.1   was a dispute between him and Theopompus, the king of the
Polyaen_8.34.1   rison. Before long Theopompus found an opportunity to seiz
ValMax_4.1e.8   to the moderation of Theopompus, king of the Lacedaemonians.

  Theopompus 3   of Thessaly - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 436 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_203 time 86th [436 B.C.] - Theopompus of Thessaly, stadion

  Theopompus 4   - Athenian archon, 411 B.C.
Philoch_139 This happened when Theopompus was archon [411/10], two yea
Plut:Mor_833 sed in the year in which Theopompus was archon of Athens

  Theopompus 5   - a comic poet, 5th/4th century B.C.
Aelian:Fr_99   Suda_Th'171 & Asclepius heals Theopompus the comic poet.
Athen_2.50   the sunny hills. Theopompus saysó & The myrtle berries
Athen_6.264   soners in war. And Theopompus the comic poet, misapplying
Athen_11.483   a drink ! "   Theopompus in Militant : "What, am
Athen_14.649   bstaining from eating by Theopompus the comic poet, in his
Athen_14.652   are called chelidonian." Theopompus also, in the Peace,
Athen_14.657   micron;ς}'. Theopompus, too, in his Penelope, says
Athen_15.700   as that which Theopompus calls ὀβελισκολύχνιον [in
Plut:Mor_839   chiefly followed. Theopompus the comedian makes mention

  Theopompus 6   -Athenian opponent of Demetrius, early 3rd century B.C.
Polyaen_5.17.1 Polycles, Callisthenes, Theopompus, Satyrus, Onetorides,

  Theopompus 7   - an associate of Julius Caesar
44/33 Pompeius Trogus, Q.Sextius and Theopompus are associates of Caesar
Syll_761.C   (48/7) dicated this statue C. Julius] Theopompos [of Knidos, the son o

  Theopompus   - in documents
AnthPal_7.231 rior Aristagoras, son of Theopompus, holding his shield
PCairZen_59344 to let the stathmos of Theopompos be given to me to serv
PSI_393 the strategos, and to Theopompos the policeman; there
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   tos Philippides of . . . Theopompos of . . . *
Syll_657 (155/4)   , the son of Diodoros Theopompos of Keiriadai, the
THI_57 (late 3rd cent.)   s and . . . and Theopompos son of Nikaios [as the o
THI_64 (263-236)   of Rhodes the son of Theopompos     ;


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