Python - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Byzantium - an orator, 4th century B.C.
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their enemies. And Python the orator, of Byzantium, as Leo
of saying 'the orator Python was then rushing upon you
resisted the audacity of Python's eloquence, which was rus
of Catana - a dramatist, 4th century B.C.
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ether it was composed by Python, (and if by him whether
he was, whether it was Python of Catana, or king Alexand
- a boy in the company of Alexander the Great
ander forced a kiss from Python, a boy beloved by Euius
- an Athenian, late 4th century B.C.
is, once was dining with Python, and olives (ἐ&lambd
Once when a man named Python had deserted her, & And
- a piper, 3rd century B.C.
eing asked whether Python or Caphisius was the better pipe
- a Sicilian slave-owner, 2nd century B.C.
his own master Antigenes and Python. At length, putting
- in documents
The shield that saved Python from the dread battle-din
we wrote the receipt to Python , as well as for the 105
5 arourai belonging to Python for 20 drachmas and 7 arou
(200-150) es, Xenodotos, Hagesikrates, Python, Kaphisodoros a
(c. 200) hiotima daughter of Python : 5 drachmas Thiotima da
(218/7) hons were (?) Python, Neon and Antigenes; the gen
(after 188) los ...okrates son of Python ...agoras son of Poly
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