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  • PHILINUS — I. PHILINUS Agrigentinus; scripsit Historiam Roman. contra Carthaginen ses: dicitur his nimium favisse; quod si fecit, nullum mitum est, cum Annibalis in bello comes fuerit. Corn. Nepos in Annibale. c. 13. Polyb. l. 1. Diod. Sic. in Eclog. l. 23 …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Philinus of Athens — Philinus ( el. Φιλινος; lived during the 4th century BC) was an Athenian orator, a contemporary of Demosthenes and Lycurgus. He is mentioned by De­mosthenes in his oration against Meidiasrf|1|dem, who calls him the son of Nicostratus, and says… …   Wikipedia

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  • Nicias — For the Indo Greek king, see King Nicias. Nicias expeditions, before the Sicilian campaign. Nicias or Nikias (Νικίας) (c. 470 BC – 413 BC) was an Athenian politician and general during the period of the Peloponnesian War. Nicias was a member of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Critias — For the work by Plato, see Critias (dialogue). Critias (Greek Κριτίας Kritias, 460 BC – 403 BC), born in Athens, son of Callaeschrus, was an uncle of Plato, and a leading member of the Thirty Tyrants, and one of the most violent. He was an… …   Wikipedia

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