Hegesippus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian politician, 4th century B.C.
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by a stag. HEGESIPPUS. When Hegesippus, surnamed Crobyl
- a writer of comedy
favourite art of cookery;- as Hegesippus says in his Brot
- a writer of epigrams, mentioned by Meleager
these he inwove Hegesippus' maenad clusters and Perseus
- in documents
(190-180) (?) Pythokles son of Hegesippos acting as secre
(173-169) anax second: Hegesippos of Antiocheia on Kyd
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