Philistus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Syracuse - author of a history of Sicily, 4th century B.C.
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an effect of grandeur ; Philistus, ** for instance, among many
ages ago was the case of Philistus the Syracusan, and even
and compared Cato with Philistus and Thucydides, did you
such as Theopompus, Ephorus, Philistus, ** Naucrates, ** and
he recalled ** the historian Philistus to Syracuse, a man who
previously situated; Ephorus and Philistus call this island Erythea,
of King Hieron.  Philistus also records the tyrant
perished with its rider. Philistus records that Dionysius left
Philistos of Syracuse. They
of Cos - a doctor at Delphi, late 3rd century B.C.
crees of Delphi in honour of Philistus of Cos and Philippus of Calymn
- in documents
(c. 280) pides son of Phokion, Philistos son of Aretaphanes,
(c. 216) bsp; Epistratos son of Philistos, Bianor son
(202/1) rachmas Philistos son of Moschion, an
(193) on: "from the fund of Philistos and Hephaistion, de
(after 241) after 241 B.C. Philistos of Kos This inscription wa
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