Idomeneus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Lampsacus - a historian and follower of Epicurus, 3rd century B.C.
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cur:Fr_122 & 138, letters from Epicurus to Hermarchus and Idomeneus.
icurus: Colotes, Hermarchus, Idomeneus, Leonteus, Polyaenus, and Them
the man was always flattering Idomeneus and Metrodorus.
did not Themistocles, as Idomeneus relates, harness a char
made her his housekeeper, as Idomeneus relates. But, in
ted to amorous indulgences, as Idomeneus tells us. Accordi
crates, after his death, which Idomeneus asserts to be the
also that he flattered Idomeneus, and Herodotus, and Tim
DiogLaert_* 10.22-25 *
the following letter to Idomeneus: "We have written
the son of a turner, as Idomeneus claims, it would certai
- a farmer in the village of Camini, Egypt; 3rd century B.C.
PEnteux_60, a petition from Idomeneus about a flooded field.
- in documents
(166-146) the prytaneis; since Idomeneus of Rhodes, the so
(early 2nd cent.) e son of Kleanaktides, Idomeneus of Lampsakos the s
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