Eupolis   - in ancient sources @

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  Eupolis   - a writer of Old Comedy, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_10.41 time afterwards Eupolis ended his days in Aegina and
Athen_5.216 in his archonship that Eupolis exhibited the comedy Auto
Athen_6.236 atterers; from whom also Eupolis gave this title to his
Athen_6.266 a master," which is used by Eupolis, in his Friends.
Athen_10.425 and it is mentioned by Eupolis, in his play called The
Athen_14.623 said, - My good friends, Eupolis the comic poet says -
Athen_14.630 yours. [630] And Eupolis, in his Flatterers, menti
Athen_14.646 of a round shape. Eupolis, in his Flatterers, says - &
Athen_14.657 ppa;α}'. And Eupolis, in his Golden Age, says - &
Athen_14.658 this topic. For Eupolis calls the relics of sweetmeats
Cic:Brut_38 elegance, and not, as Eupolis relates of Pericles, to
Cic:Brut_59 goddess, who is said by Eupolis to have dwelt on the lips
Philoch_135 to Sicily. He is mentioned by Eupolis in his Cities. see
Plinius:Ep_1.20 icles, the comedy-writer Eupolis used the following langua

  Eupolis   - in documents
AnthPal_6.325 4 } & One sends you, Eupolis, birthday gifts from the
AnthPal_7.298 it is for both, as for Eupolis and good Lycaeniŏn,
AnthPal_7.539 for Aristodice and Eupolis, your parents, who mourn you,
DioscEpigr_7.166 daughter of Nicarete and Eupolis, who breathed her last
Nicarch_7.166 daughter of Nicarete and Eupolis, who breathed her last
Syll_322 andros Aichylinos son of Eupolis Nossos son of Hekatod
Syll_329 (c. 306/5)   Phaselis, the son of Eupolis, and to crown him with
Syll_440 (265/4)   cil were Agetor, Timogenes, Eupolis, [Deinon] and E
Syll_442 (261-248)   (?) Athenaios son of Eupolis Philon son of Heroson
Syll_489 (c. 234)   . Delphians: Eupolis, [Kallikles] Histiaians: Kl
Syll_707 (270-220)   lors {synedroi}: since Eupolis son of Philomelos, w

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