Philippides - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a politician and poet of New Comedy, early 3rd century B.C.
Philippides obtains wheat and other aid for Athens from Lysimachus.
Syll_374, an Athenian decree in honour of the poet Philippides.
comments on the career of Philippides as a poet and a politician.
yings of Bithys, Pasiades, and Philippides, addressed to Lysimachus.
a;αξ. And Philippides says in his Renovation -
ed: - Cratinus says that Philippides has given this name
sacrifices. And Philippides, in his play called The Flu
the blade. Hence, Philippides, who was an enemy to Strato
Stratocles from the poet Philippides :- " The man who can
slave from a king ! & To Philippides the comedian, his fri
(299/8) ple, as proposed by Philippides of Paiania, the son
- a notoriously thin man
He is a Tithymallus or Philippides; & For water-drinking
the air so well. Philippides, also, was extremely thin,
- son of Diocles
they had two children, Philippides and Nicostrata, whom
- in documents
(228/7-212/1) monon Dropades of Kettos Philippides of . . . Th
(c. 228) ropoioi Nikandros and Philippides bearing a decree,
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