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According and Plutarch
According to a version of the Ariadne legend noted by Plutarch, Theseus abandoned Ariadne at Amathousa, where she died giving birth to her child and was buried in a sacred tomb.
According to ancient sources, ( Plutarch Theseus, Pausanias ), Amazon tombs could be found frequently throughout what was once known as the ancient Greek world.
According to Diogenes Laertius and Plutarch he fled to Lampsacus due to a backlash against his pupil Pericles.
According to Fabius ' biographer Plutarch, Fabius possessed a mild temper and slowness in speaking.
According to Plutarch, Paullus replied to Fabius that he feared the votes in Rome more than Hannibal's army.
According to Eusebius and Plutarch, Herodotus was granted a financial reward by the Athenian assembly in recognition of his work and there may be some truth in this.
According to Plutarch, as Caesar arrived at the Senate, Tillius Cimber presented him with a petition to recall his exiled brother.
According to Plutarch, he said in Latin, " Casca, you villain, what are you doing?
According to Plutarch, Antony threw her out of his house in Rome, because she slept with his friend, the tribune Publius Cornelius Dolabella.
According to Plutarch, Seleucus even proved the heliocentric system, but it is not known what arguments he used ( except that he correctly theorized on tides as a result of Moon's attraction ).
* According to Plutarch, the ostracism was considered valid if the total number of votes cast was at least 6, 000.
According to Plutarch, Spartan society twice underwent major upheavals sparked by ephors ' dreams at the shrine during the Hellenistic era.
According to Plutarch, Seleucus was the first to prove the heliocentric system through reasoning, but it is not known what arguments he used.
According to Plutarch, Vercingetorix surrendered in dramatic fashion, riding his beautifully adorned horse out of Alesia and around Caesar's camp before dismounting in front of Caesar, stripping himself of his armor and sitting down at his opponent's feet, where he remained motionless until he was taken away.
According to Plutarch, a seer had foreseen that Caesar would be harmed not later than the Ides of March ; and on his way to the Theatre of Pompey ( where he would be assassinated ), Caesar met the seer and joked, " The ides of March have come ", meaning to say that the prophecy had not been fulfilled, to which the seer replied " Aye, Caesar ; but not gone.
According to Plutarch, Demosthenes employed Isaeus as his master in Rhetoric, even though Isocrates was then teaching this subject, either because he could not pay Isocrates the prescribed fee or because Demosthenes believed Isaeus ' style better suited a vigorous and astute orator such as himself.
According to Plutarch, when Demosthenes first addressed himself to the people, he was derided for his strange and uncouth style, " which was cumbered with long sentences and tortured with formal arguments to a most harsh and disagreeable excess ".
According to Plutarch, Seleucus even proved the heliocentric system, but it is not known what arguments he used.
According to Plutarch, this is the reason the Egyptians had a taboo against eating fish.
According to Herodotus the country was bound by Solon to maintain his reforms for 10 years, whereas according to Plutarch and the author of Athenaion Politeia ( reputedly Aristotle ) the contracted period was instead 100 years.
According to Plutarch however, Solon originally wrote poetry for amusement, discussing pleasure in a popular rather than philosophical way.
According to Plutarch, Solon was related to the tyrant Pisistratus ( their mothers were cousins ).
According to Plutarch, he spent some time and discussed philosophy with two Egyptian priests, Psenophis of Heliopolis and Sonchis of Sais.
According to Herodotus and Plutarch, he met with Croesus and gave the Lydian king advice, which however Croesus failed to appreciate until it was too late.
According to Plutarch, Cleopatra took flight with her ships at the height of the battle and Antony followed her.

According and Diodorus
According to Diodorus, he was father of six sons by Cyane, daughter of Liparus ( the eponym of the island Lipara, whom Aeolus assisted in conquering lands above Surrentum, Italy ).
According to Diodorus Siculus, Homer had even visited Egypt.
According to the accounts of historian Diodorus Siculus and geographer Strabo, the area's first permanent settlers were the mountain-dwelling Ligures, who emigrated from their native city of Genoa, Italy.
According to the " travels of Hercules " theme, also documented by Diodorus Siculus and Strabo, both Greeks and native Ligurian people asserted that Hercules passed through the area.
According to John Tzetzes the kourotrophos, or nurse of Poseidon was Arne, who denied knowing where he was, when Cronus came searching ; according to Diodorus Siculus Poseidon was raised by the Telchines on Rhodes, just as Zeus was raised by the Korybantes on Crete.
According to the sixteenth book of Diodorus ' history, Pausanias had been a lover of Philip, but became jealous when Philip turned his attention to a younger man, also called Pausanias.
According to Diodorus Siculus, " There was in their city a bronze image of Cronus extending its hands, palms up and sloping toward the ground, so that each of the children when placed thereon rolled down and fell into a sort of gaping pit filled with fire ."( Bib.
According to Diodorus :" One hundred thousand men of Croton were stationed with three hundred thousand Sybarite troops ranged against them.
According to Rhodian mythographers who informed Diodorus Siculus, Danaus would have stopped and founded a sanctuary to Athena Lindia on the way from Egypt to Greece.
According to Diodorus Siculus
According to Diodorus Siculus ( III. 55 ), Mopsus was a Thracian commander who had lived long before the Trojan War, and along with Sipylus the Scythian, had been driven into exile from Thrace by its king Lycurgus.
According to Diodorus Siculus ' account of the Carthaginians:
According to Diodorus Siculus, Iolaus was sent by Heracles in Sardinia together with nine of the sons that he had fifty daughters of Thespius ( the Tespiadi ), to colonize the island, giving rise to the people of Iolaensi.
According to Diodorus Siculus, Actis built the city of Heliopolis in Egypt to honour his father Helios.
According to Diodorus the mythical singer Linus took three pupils: Heracles, Thamyris, and Orpheus, which neatly settles Thamyris's legendary chronology.
According to Diodorus ' own work, he was born at Agyrium in Sicily ( now called Agira ).
According to the legend as related by Diodorus, Semiramis was of noble parents, the daughter of the fish-goddess Derketo of Ascalon in Syria and a mortal.
According to Diodorus Siculus the Aequi were actually besieging Bolae when they were attacked by Camillus.
According to the Greek historian Diodorus Siculus, Sorrento was founded by Liparus, son of Ausonus, who was king of the Ausoni and the son of Ulysses and Circe.
According to Greek historian Diodorus Siculus ( 1. 35 & 1. 87 ), Egyptians venerated native mongooses ( Herpestes ichneumon ) for their ability to handle venomous snakes and for their occasional diet of crocodile eggs.
According to Diodorus, the Alexander sculptures by Lysippus were the most faithful.
According to Diodorus, the general Attalus blamed Pausanias for the death of his friend.
According to Corinna and Diodorus Siculus, Sinope was seized by the god Apollo and carried over to the place where later stood the city honouring her name.
According to Diodorus Siculus, after a series of conflicts with the Sicani, the river Salso was declared the boundary between their respective territories.

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