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of Chios - Greek historian, 4th century B.C.
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The historian Theopompus travels to Egypt, but Ptolemy refuses
Theopompus is afflicted by a temporary madness, after attempting
Theopompus the historian is involved in politics at Chios.
es a much shorter version of Theopompus' history, by removing all
that he had heard from Theopompus that he had been drive
with wine; a thing which Theopompus relates to have been
Pythagoras laid down, as Theopompus has related in the eig
rty-one years. But Theopompus says he reigned thirty-five
king is dead." [55.] But Theopompus says, in the forty-fou
.3'16 ]. [60.] But Theopompus, in the eighteenth book of
human life. For Theopompus, in the nineteenth book of
money, as is related by Theopompus, in the seventeenth
they also are slaves, Theopompus gives a very clear acc
the Helots."  And Theopompus, in the seventh book
oes to bed." But now, as Theopompus tells us in the first
thick -with blood? And Theopompus, in the twentieth book
vast appetite, quoting Theopompus, who speaks of him in
get drunk in. And Theopompus, in the fifteenth book of
himself in luxury," as Theopompus tells us in the fourte
ond Pausanias. But Theopompus, in the tenth book of his
army against Greece (as Theopompus also relates, and so
arpalus; concerning whom Theopompus speaks in his treatise
be his feelings?" And Theopompus also, in his Letter
h-thief. [83.] And Theopompus, in his treatise On the Trea
in the same treatise, Theopompus further alleges that
of the king. And Theopompus, in the fifty-sixth book of
odorus the Boeotian, and Theopompus, and Hermippus, surnam
Egyptians revolted (as Theopompus relates, and Lyceas
and elevated style of Theopompus soon diminished the
with his two scholars Theopompus and Ephorus, who, afte
He also told him, that "Theopompus was desirous of writin
of the Odrysians, from what Theopompus says, died at
Eratosthenes in book 9 and by Theopompus in book 25. 
alls it in book 4. Theopompus mentions it once in the masc
sed. The historian Theopompus says that [Thucydides], the
rus, or 180 according to Theopompus, and he gathered 700
propinquity. And Theopompus likewise, in his Fifteenth
B.C.]. Likewise Theopompus of Chios, Ephorus of Cyme,
- king of Sparta, late 8th century B.C.
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years. Nicander for 38 years. Theopompus for 47 years.
years Nicander - for 38 years Theopompus - for 47 years.
Macedonia. As for Theopompus, who, as the Messenians clai
njury. THEOPOMPUS. Theopompus, to one that showed him the
was a dispute between him and Theopompus, the king of the
rison. Before long Theopompus found an opportunity to seiz
of Thessaly - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 436 B.C.
time 86th [436 B.C.] - Theopompus of Thessaly, stadion
- Athenian archon, 411 B.C.
This happened when Theopompus was archon [411/10], two yea
sed in the year in which Theopompus was archon of Athens
- a comic poet, 5th/4th century B.C.
the sunny hills. Theopompus saysó & The myrtle berries
soners in war. And Theopompus the comic poet, misapplying
are called chelidonian." Theopompus also, in the Peace,
chiefly followed. Theopompus the comedian makes mention
-Athenian opponent of Demetrius, early 3rd century B.C.
Polycles, Callisthenes, Theopompus, Satyrus, Onetorides,
- an associate of Julius Caesar
Pompeius Trogus, Q.Sextius and Theopompus are associates of Caesar
- in documents
rior Aristagoras, son of Theopompus, holding his shield
to let the stathmos of Theopompos be given to me to serv
the strategos, and to Theopompos the policeman; there
(228/7-212/1) tos Philippides of . . . Theopompos of . . . *
(155/4) , the son of Diodoros Theopompos of Keiriadai, the
(late 3rd cent.) s and . . . and Theopompos son of Nikaios [as the o
(263-236) of Rhodes the son of Theopompos ;
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