SOSICLES

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SOSICLES
Archon Athenis, Olymp. 113. An. 4.
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SOSICLES
patriâ Syracusius, poeta Tragicus circa novissima Philippi Amyntae filii tempora, unus ex iis quos Pleiadas appellârunt. Docuit fabulas 73. Victorias retulit 7. Suidas. Item cognomen Menaechmi apud Plautum, a salutari fama.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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