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  Aristophanes   of Athens - a writer of "old" comedy, who died in about 388 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
[Longin]:Subl_40   among many others, Aristophanes occasionally, Euripides almost
Aelian:NA_4.42   ird called ' Francolin' (Aristophanes mentions it in his
Aelian:NA_12.4   several, species of hawks, and Aristophanes appears to hin
Aelian:NA_12.9   [fr. 49 D] , And Aristophanes also mentions this bird
Aelian:NA_16.5   egarding the lark, which Aristophanes, the writer of comed
AnthPal_7.38   ODORUS & { Ph 12 } & On Aristophanes Divine Aristophanes
AntipThes_9.186   These are the volumes of Aristophanes, a divine work, over
Apollod:Fr_75   CHOL.PLATO, Apol.19C] & [Aristophanes] had three sons: Phi
Athen_2.50   gets a headache. Aristophanes saysó & And planted by no
Athen_4.154   ants was an ancient one, Aristophanes shows, when he speak
Athen_6.247   tion to their food." And Aristophanes says, in his Storks
Athen_6.269   stae of the incomparable Aristophanes? For you are all of
Athen_11.460   cups kylikes are kept, by Aristophanes in The : 'Covered like
Athen_11.467   on them were called "san-bearers." Aristophanes in The { 122 }
Athen_11.470   as the comic poet Aristophanes. And Theopompus mentions the
Athen_11.478   the kotylos" ;   Aristophanes in The Babylonians  
Athen_11.479   the verse in The of Aristophanes : "Nor shall I wreath
Athen_11.483-486 *   ordinarily called a cylix.   Aristophanes in The Knights { 599
Athen_11.494     Again, in The of Aristophanes we shall understand the word
Athen_11.496   It is referred to by Aristophanes also in Dramas who says
Athen_11.502   was called a philotesion. Aristophanes : "The shadow, at
Athen_11.783   of their likeness in shape. Aristophanes in The { 1094 }
Athen_12.525   And Aristophanes, in his Triphales ridiculing (after
Athen_12.527   ous for their luxury; as Aristophanes also tells us, in
Athen_12.551   Leotrophides. And Aristophanes, in his Gerytades, gives
Athen_13.566   foot made of cow-dung [ Aristophanes, Frogs_294 ], and
Athen_13.569   ns; as that witty writer Aristophanes relates [ Acharn_524
Athen_13.592   be in love with her." Aristophanes also mentions her
Athen_14.619   song of women baking, as Aristophanes intimates in his The
Athen_14.628   orthy; on which account, Aristophanes or Plato, in his Pre
Athen_14.629   in his Amazons, and by Aristophanes in his Centaur, and
Athen_14.636   time to the dancers, as Aristophanes also intimates in
Athen_14.641   now being cleared away. And Aristophanes, in his Wasps
Athen_14.645   andicraftsmen. And Aristophanes, in his Danaides, speaks
Athen_14.646   is mentioned by Aristophanes in his Daitaleis, where
Athen_14.650-653 *   kernels are mentioned by Aristophanes in his Farmers ; and
Athen_15.667   And Aristophanes, in his Feasters says -†
Athen_15.677   bearing this name, which Aristophanes has thought worthy of
Athen_15.680   and furnish by contract. Aristophanes, in his Thesmophoriazusae says
Athen_15.690   Aristophanes speaks of an unguent which
Athen_15.691   But Aristophanes uses not μυρίσματα
Athen_15.694   and Anacreon [694] as Aristophanes says in his Daitaleis
Athen_15.699-701 *   we learn from Aristophanes, in his Aeolosicon
Demetr:Eloc_150   another writer. Aristophanes somewhere, when mocking
Demetr:Eloc_152   by the reader. So Aristophanes says of Socrates that he
Demetr:Eloc_161   sible character, as when Aristophanes says of the voracity
Julian:Caes_310   ome verses from the Knights of Aristophanes [ (?) 1111 f.
Julian:Mis_350   fought at Marathon' [ Aristophanes, Ach_180 ] also, but
Philoch_48   ird book [ 3.33'2 ], and Aristophanes mentions them in The
Philoch_150   the Philippics [ 4'24 ] and by Aristophanes in Plutus [173
Plut:Demetr_12   "hotter than fire itself"; as Aristophanes expresses it.
Plut:Mor_836   those two comic poets, Aristophanes and Stratis, took
Tzetz:ProlCom_   On Comedy (Preface to Aristophanes) 19 Note that Alexan
ValMax_7.2e.7     The precept of Aristophanes is also extremely prudent,

  Aristophanes 2   - Athenian archon, 331 B.C.
DionHal:Din_9 icles Nicocrates Nicetes Aristophanes Aristophon Cephisoph
FGrH_255.7 at Athens were Nicetes, Aristophanes, Aristophon and Ceph

  Aristophanes 3   of Byzantium - a grammarian, who died in about 180 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
256/11 The birth of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
240/42 Aristophanes of Byzantium is a pupil of Callimachus and Zenodotus.
203/10 The floruit of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
194/9 Aristophanes is appointed to be head of the library at Alexandria.
179/13 her Polemon of Ilium is a contemporary of Aristophanes of Byzantium.
179/14 Aristophanes falls in love with a woman of Alexandria, who is befrien
179/15 The death of Aristophanes of Byzantium, after being accused of planni
179/16 mpiler") is the successor of Aristophanes as head of the library
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_1.38   lephant was the rival of Aristophanes of Byzantium ** for
Aelian:NA_7.39   are soundly refuted by Aristophanes of Byzantium; and
Aelian:NA_7.47   ilon;ῖς, as Aristophanes of Byzantium testifi
Athen_6.241   and he was the tutor of Aristophanes the grammarian, as
Athen_6.263   allistratus the pupil of Aristophanes says that they calle
Athen_9.387   rtemidorus, the pupil of Aristophanes, in his book entitle
Athen_11.485   outspread. Artemidorus, disciple of Aristophanes, says it is a
Athen_11.498   wine."   And in Homer Aristophanes of Byzantium also writes :
Athen_13.567   ing about these books of Aristophanes, and Apollodorus,
Athen_13.583   ed. At all events, Aristophanes of Byzantium counted up
Athen_14.619   on Lawgivers. And Aristophanes, in his catalogue of Attic
Athen_14.659   a;ω&, from him; as Aristophanes of Byzantium tells
Athen_14.662   rtemidorus, the pupil of Aristophanes, speaks in his Dicti
Athen_14.664   On which account, Aristophanes the grammarian, when he
Cic:DeOr_3.132   that grammar itself when Aristophanes and Callimachus treated of
DiogLaert_10.13   speaking of, for which Aristophanes, the grammarian, bla
Plin:HN_8.13   the very celebrated scholar Aristophanes; and [14] another elephant
POxy_1241   sthenes, after whom came Aristophanes son of Apelles of
Vit:Arat_1   editions of Aristarchus and Aristophanes. Some say that

  Aristophanes 4   - an Athenian general, 3rd century B.C,.
234/4b The general Aristophanes protects Eleusis from the dangers of war.
233/2 Syll_485, a decree of Eleusis in honour of the general Aristophanes.

  Aristophanes   - in documents
OGIS_59 (163)   ... Ampichares Aristophanes Ammonios Philoxenos Ari
SEG_51.1050 (mid 3rd century)   poiai Symmachos and Aristophanes: it shall be forbi
Syll_318 (317)   ates the son of Aristophanes proposed, since Demet
Syll_540 (214/3)   pothontis tribe, with Aristophanes of Keiriadai,
THI_62 (late 2nd century)   e hierothytai: since Aristophanes of Polita, the so

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