Machon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- poet and writer of comedies, 3rd century B.C.
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comments on the career of the poet Machon, who lived at Alexandria.
es, a hymn to hell." And Machon tho comic poet mentions
Athen_* 06.241-246 *
rnocopis only. And Machon the comic writer mentions him.-
orian. Accordingly Machon, the comic poet, speaks of him
Hear ye, O temples"] And Machon has recorded some reminisc
Athen_* 13.577-579 *
ides. [39.] And Machon the comic poet, in his play enti
[45.] And afterwards, Machon gives us the following ane
lating the things mentioned by Machon. For our beautiful
single dish. Now Machon the Sicyonian is one of the comi
age to flourish on the tomb of Machon & the writer of com
- in documents
(263-236) . of Naupaktos the son of Machon
(c. 266-260) Aetolians: Menestes, Machon, Petraios, Nikolaos, Ni
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