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Diogenianos (2015a)

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Author(s): Orth, Christian
This entry was written by Christian Orth and published on 1 July 2011 About This Historian Historian: Diogenianos Jacoby number: 2015a Attested works: Historian's date: 2th century AD Historical focus: Place of origin: unknown   FGrHist 2015a T 1 Source: Suda s.v. Διογενειανός, δ 1139, 1140 Work mentioned: Source date: 10th century AD Source language: Greek Fragment subject: Biography - Library of Congress Geography, Ancient - Library of Congress Textual base: Suda s.v. Διογενειανός, δ 1139, 1140 (1139) Διογενειανός, Ἡρακλείας Πόντου, γραμματικός1, γεγονὼς ἐπὶ Ἀδριανοῦ βασιλ…

Krates of Mallos (2113)

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Author(s): Broggiato, Maria
This entry was written by Maria Broggiato and published on 1 May 2013 About This Historian Historian: Krates of Mallos Jacoby number: 2113 Attested works: Ὁμηρικά / Homeric Questions ∆ιορθωτικά / Critical Commentary Historian's date: 2nd century BC Historical focus: V. Geography | B. Mathematical Geography Place of origin: Mallos   FGrHist 2113 T 1 Source: Suda κ 2342 Work mentioned: Source date: 10th century AD Source language: Greek Fragment subject: lexicography - Library of Congress Textual base: Suda κ 2342Κράτης, Τιμοκράτους, Μαλλώτης, φιλόσοφος Στωϊκός· ὃς ἐπεκλήθη Ὁ…
Date: 2018-11-01

Skylax of Karyanda (1000)

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Author(s): Schepens, Guido
[= FGrHist 709] Originally published as: Schepens, Guido. “Skylax of Karanda (1000)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 1. The Pre-Hellenistic period. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1998. About This Historian Historian: Skylax of Karyanda Jacoby number: 1000 Attested works: Account of the Coasting Voyage outside the Pillars of Herakles : T 1 Stories about Herakleides, Tyrant (or King) of Mylasa : T 1 Circuit of the Earth: T 1 Reply to the History of Polybios : T …

Christodoros of Koptos (1084)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 283] First published online in August 2011.Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Christodorus of Coptus: On the Disciples of the Great Proclus (1084)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Christodorus of Coptus, epic poet in the style of Nonnus1, dates to the reign of Anastasius (a.d. 491-518), whose capture of Isauria he also…

Charon of Lampsakos (1762)

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Author(s): Barbantani, Silvia
[see BNJ 262] This entry was prepared by Silvia Barbantani and published in April 2015. To be published in print in: Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV E. Paradoxography and Antiquities. IV 2. Antiquities, vol. 1, ed. by David Engels and Stefan Schorn, Leiden, Boston. About This Historian Historian: Charon of Lampsakos Jacoby number: 1762 Attested works: The History of Ethiopia : 1 The History of Persia : T 1 The History of Greece : T 1 On Lampsakos : T 1 History of Libya : T 1 Annals of the Lampsakenes : T 1 Of Spartans : T 1 Prytaneis : T 1 The History of Crete : T 1 Foundations…

Nikagoras of Athens (1076)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Nicagoras of Athens: Lives of Famous Men (1076)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Nicagoras I, son of Mnesaeus, belonged to one of the leading Athenian families1. In view of his long family tree N. can be compared with the historian Dexippus2. He may have been a grandson of the famous 2nd century orator …

Philo of Byblos (1060)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 790] First published online in August 2011.Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Philo of Byblus: On the Rule of Hadrian. About Cities and their Famous Citizens (1060)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Philo of Byblus1 can be dated fairly securely to the time of the 1st–2nd century a.d. He was a client or perhaps even a free…

Theseus (1078)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 453] Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Theseus: Lives of Famous Men (1078)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Theseus remains obscure1. Regarding his name, he probably came from Athens and lived in the period of the 2nd - 3rd century a.d. The first dated instance of his name belongs to the 2nd century. There are als…

Marinos (1083)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Marinus: Life of Proclus (1083)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Bi…

Hermodoros of Syracuse (1008)

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Author(s): Bollansée, Jan
Originally published as: Bollansée, Jan. “Hermodoros of Syracuse (1008)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 1. The Pre-Hellenistic period. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1998. Introduction/ Biographical Essay H. of Syracuse, said to have been a pupil of Plato (T 1-3), presumably got in touch with his master in the course of one of the latter’s sojourns in the Sicilian metropolis. If he left Sicily at…
Date: 2018-11-01

Baton von Sinope (1029)

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Author(s): Schorn, S.
This entry was prepared by Stefan Schorn.First published online in November 2012. To be published in print in: Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV A Biography, 3. Middle Hellenistic Period (Late 3rd-Early 2nd c. BC), ed. by Stefan Schorn, Leiden, Boston. Einleitung/Biografischer Essay Datierung. Den terminus post quem liefert der Tod des Hieronymos von Syrakus im Jahr 214 v.Chr., den F 2 voraussetzt. Die früheste Erwähnung Batons finden wir bei Strabon (12,3,11 p. 546 = FGrHist 268 T 1) (ca. 64-ca. 24 v.Chr.)…
Date: 2018-11-01

Aelius Sarapion (1087)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Aelius Sarapion: Panegyrikos on the Emperor Hadrian (1087)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Autho…

Aspasios of Byblos (1086)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 792] Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Aspasius of Byblus: Encomium on Hadrian (1086)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Aspasius of Byblus1 can be dated roughly to the 2nd century a.d. The name Aspasius is quite rare except in Byblus, where we find two other Aspasii mentioned in inscriptions2. If the Suda is correct in making him contem…

Kallimachos the Younger (1755)

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Author(s): Buelens, Marie-Astrid
First published online in April 2015. To be published in print in: Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV E. Paradoxography and Antiquities. IV 1. Paradoxography, vol. 1, ed. by David Engels and Stefan Schorn, Leiden, Boston. About This Historian Historian: Kallimachos the Younger Jacoby …

Aelius Serenus (1082)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Aelius Serenus: Epitome of Philo (1082)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay The antiquarian Aelius Serenus lived at the earliest in the 2nd century a.d. 1 A certain terminus post quem is provided by Philo (1060), whose books he epitomized, a terminus ante quem by Orus, who seems to have used S.s epitomes2. If he is i…

Stesimbrotos of Thasos (1002)

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Author(s): Engels, Johannes
Originally published as: Engels, Johannes. “Stesimbrotos of Thasos (1002)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 1. The Pre-Hellenistic period. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1998. Introduction and commentary on T1-5 In volume II Β of FGrHist Jacoby collected the fragments of S.’s of Thasos work which has come down to us under the title On Themistokles, Thukydides and Perikles 1. But Jacoby did not print exactly the same text as the …

Philippos of Opus (1011)

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Author(s): Theys, Els
Originally published as: Theys, Els. “Philippos of Opus (1011)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 1. The Pre-Hellenistic period. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1998. About This Historian Historian: Philippos of Opus Jacoby number: 1011 Attested works: Epinomis : T 1a On Plato : T 2, F Historian's date: 5th century BC, end 5th (?)-4th century BC 4th century BC Historical focus: IV. Antiquarian History and Biography ( ) | A. Biography | 1. …

Euagoras of Lindos (1055)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 619] Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Euagoras of Lindus: Life of Timagenes (1055)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay Euagoras of Lindus1, author of several biographies, seems to have lived in Augustan times. He is dated by his biography of the historian Timagenes of Alexandria, who died around the end of the 1st century b.c. 2 Since Timagenes …

Seleukos of Alexandria (1056)

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Author(s): Radicke, Jan
[= 341] [= 634] Originally published as: Radicke, Jan. “Seleucus of Alexandria: On Lives of Philosophers (1056)." Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A Biography. Fascicle 7. Imperial and Undated Authors. Section Editor: G. Schepens. Editor in Chief: G. Schepens. Brill, 1999. Introduction/ Biographical Essay The grammarian Seleucus1 can be securely dated to the time of Augustus and Tiberius. He came from Alexandria, but lived in Rome, where we find him in the learned c…
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