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  Timaeus   of Tauromenium - Greek historian, 3rd century B.C.
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311/17 Timaeus the historian moves to Athens.
259/7 Timaeus writes his history in exile.
259/8 The death of the historian Timaeus, aged 96 years.
    Within translations:
[Longin]:Subl_4   there are many examples in Timaeus, ** in other respects a
Aelian:NA_17.15   rears its chicks. Timaeus, Heraclides, and Diocles the
Apollod:Fr_68   the Eleatic school, who, Timaeus says, lived in the time
Athen_2.37   * * * [5.] [37] Timaeus of Tauromenium relates that the
Athen_4.153   expensive garments." And Timaeus, in the first book of his
Athen_4.163   ippus asserts. But Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth
Athen_5.206   their walls. And Timaeus extols highly the funeral pile
Athen_6.250   than honey. And Timaeus, in the twenty-second book of
Athen_6.264   mega;&]. [86.] And Timaeus of Tauromenium, in the ninth
Athen_6.272   ['marsh']." [103.] But Timaeus of Tauromenium, forgettin
Athen_10.416   Treatise addressed to Timaeus, says that among the Sici
Athen_11.471   {43.}   But Timaeus, in the twenty-eighth book of
Athen_12.517   to an extraordinary pitch, Timaeus, in his first book,
Athen_12.518   their city. And Timaeus relates concerning them, that
Athen_12.519   hip between the two cities, as Timaeus relates. For of the
Athen_12.522   the men of Croton, as Timaeus says, after they had dest
Athen_12.523   by the Colophonians, as Timaeus and Aristotle tell us,
Athen_12.541   ooks and bird-catchers." Timaeus also mentions him in his
Athen_13.573   lso relates, and so does Timaeus, in his seventh book),
Athen_13.588   xth book of his Reply to Timaeus: and Aristippus was one
Athen_13.589   well known. And Timaeus, in the thirteenth book of his
Athen_13.602   mong the Greeks from Crete, as Timaeus informs us. But oth
Athen_14.659   which are addressed to Timaeus, that Maeson was indeed
Cic:Brut_63   ices of the city; though Timaeus, as if he acted by the
Cic:Brut_325   egance; of this cast was Timaeus the historian, and the
Cic:DeOr_2.58   to me, much more pleasing. Timaeus, the last of all these,
Cic:Rep_3.43   : that famous city, which Timaeus calls both the largest of
DionHal:Din_8   the orators of the school of Timaeus, Psaon and Sosigene
Euseb]:Chron_281   ver we ought to call it, Timaeus of Sicily, following what
Lucian:Macr_10   at ninety, as Demochares and Timaeus tell us. Hiero, tyr
Lucian:Macr_22   the Syrian eighty-five also, Timaeus of Tauromenium nine
Nepos_7.11   somewhat later than he, and Timaeus. These last two, who are
Plin:HN_3.85   itself was called by Timaeus Sandaliotis, from the similarity
Plin:HN_4.94   according to the account of Timaeus there is one named Baunonia,
Plin:HN_4.104   without a break. The historian Timaeus says there is an island
Plin:HN_4.120   this island Erythea, and Timaeus and Silenus call it
Plin:HN_33.43   on bronze; previously, according to Timaeus, at Rome they used raw
Plin:HN_37.36   His belief is shared by Timaeus, who, however, calls the island

  Timaeus 2   of Elis - victor in the conest for trumpeters at the Olympic games, 396 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_203 was added, and the winner was Timaeus of Elis. [p205] A

  Timaeus 3   - title of a book by Plato
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Euseb]:Chron_3   yptian in Plato's book [ Timaeus, 22'B ] rightly despises
Euseb]:Chron_181   ntions this in the Timaeus, as follows: "When he wished
Plin:HN_5.55   to Egypt. The mathematician Timaeus produced a very recondite
Plin:HN_5.56   accept the possibility of Timaeus's explanation that the waters

  Timaeus 4   - general of the Aetolian league, 240/39 B.C.
Syll_472 (c. 240)   Since Timaios, Kleopatros . . .
Syll_610 (190)   s of Amphissa - upper Timaios of Arsinoē The

  Timaeus   - in documents
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   otimos, Philonikos, Timaios, Mnasias, Theodotos C


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