Didymus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.





  Didymus   "Chalchenterus" - a Greek grammarian of the 1st century B.C.
  →
Wikipedia entry
Apollod:Fr_69   izen of Aetne. But Didymus says that these editors are foo
Athen_11.468   "It is better to say," Didymus declares in his Commentary on
Athen_11.477   rinated in it. And Didymus says that it is a kind of drink
Athen_11.477   and made water in it. Didymus says it is a kind
Athen_11.481   Against Euergus and Mnesibulus Didymus the grammarian says that
Athen_11.484   twenty gold staters."   Didymus, moreover, says that it
Athen_11.486   explaining this word the grammarian Didymus says they are the cups
Athen_11.487   iambic metre were cited by Didymus and by Pamphilus. The name
Athen_11.501   public baths are similar. And Didymus, though he also says the
Athen_14.634   And Masurius replied - Didymus the grammarian, in his
Athen_14.636   sigma;ι). But Didymus says, that some people, instead
Athen_15.689   And perhaps, says Didymus, he means in this passage
Philoch_137   & MARCELLINUS & Didymus says that {Thucydides suffered}
Phylarch_62   different meanings, as Didymus demonstrated at length
Tzetz:ProlCom_   sts and the poets. Didymus, Tryphon, Apollonius, Herodianu

  Didymus 2   Clydeus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 141 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 230th [141 A.D.] - Didymus (?) Clydeus of Alexandria, stad

  Didymus   - in documents
SelPap_1.135 Apion to Didymus greeting. The i
SelPap_1.147 eoninus to the most honourable Didymus greeting. I
SelPap_1.162 straits. And let me know how Didymus has been. Does
SelPap_1.177 uardian, to Sambas also called Didymus, banker, greet
SelPap_1.30 itness. I, Flavius Didymus son of Silvanus, of the vic
SelPap_1.35 Apollonius also called Didymus son of Onesas, who
SelPap_1.42 on the east the land of Didymus, on the south that of
SelPap_1.54 guardian, Lysas son of Didymus, aged about 47 years,
SelPap_1.57 being Herais daughter of Didymus, of the said city, ac
SelPap_1.75 reasuries quarter. Didymus son of Didymus also called
SelPap_1.84 is. (Certified) I, Didymus son of Onnophis also called
SelPap_2.258 him. The advocate Didymus replied that Sempronius had
SelPap_2.271 (Early 2nd cent.)   on. I lived with Didymus son of Peteimouthes, an in
SelPap_2.299 ximus Britannicus my son Didymus whose father was T
SelPap_2.309 To Socrates and Didymus also called Tyrannus,
SelPap_2.313 Cronion, freedwoman of Didymus son of Heron, of the
SelPap_2.331 Aurelius Nilus son of Didymus, of the illustrious
SelPap_2.356 above. I, Aurelius Didymus wrote for him, as he is ill
SelPap_2.358 ilus son of Apion son of Didymus, aged about 50 years,
SelPap_2.359 Hermanobammon, exegetes, Didymus, chief priest, and Co
SelPap_2.405 by . . . son of Didymus, a turquoise-coloured robe
SelPap_2.406 olemaeus, Mysthes son of Didymus acting through his fa
Syll_389 (282)   inetos son of Teleson Didymos son of Antigonos Stes


  ← Search for another name




This page Andrew Smith, 2021   :   Attalus' home page