Antiphon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Sophilus; an Athenian orator, put to death in 411 B.C.
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thousand drachmas, ** as Antiphon says in his speech again
ion might require. Antiphon of Rhamnus composed several
is desirable, just as Antiphon somewhere says: `for the
Plut:Mor_* 832-834 *
find that they all followed Antiphon when he was old.
his ruin, he commanded Antiphon to be put to death; and
- an Athenian, son of Lysidonides; killed in 404 B.C.
sias, in his oration for Antiphon's daughter, says the sam
- a writer of tragedies, who was a companion of the tyrant Dionysius
and being ridiculed by Antiphon for bearing it patiently
mention of Plexippus by Antiphon the tragic poet, and had
- Athenian archon, 258 B.C.
Athenian archon: Antiphon
- an Athenian hero at the battle of Marathan
ips when Cynaegeirus and Antiphon and Mnesochares and the
hers nobly led us, & and Antiphon was fighting and Cleocha
- an interpreter of dreams, 4th century B.C.
occurrence and summoned Antiphon, his famous interpreter
- in documents
(?) Dorothea daughter of Antiphon; being a descendan
Hierokles Dokimos son of Antiphon &[ 69/8 ] Hestiaios
(255/4 or 252/1) chriondas Histiaians: Antiphon Since Menalkes the c
(c. 266-260) : Euthydikos] [Histiaians:] Antiphon Delphians: . .
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