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According and Suda
According to the Suda, he also had an eromenos, Palaephatus of Abydus.
According to the Suda, a 10th century encyclopedia, Alexis was the paternal uncle of the dramatist Menander and wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments now survive, including some 130 preserved titles.
According to the Suda he wrote 245 comedies, of which only fragments including some 130 titles survive.
According to the Suda, he was buried in Macedonian Pella and in the agora in Thurium.
According to Suda, his father's name was Meidon and his grandfather, also named Bacchylides, was a famous athlete, yet according to Etymologicum Magnum his father's name was Meidylus.
According to the Byzantine encyclopaedia, Suda: " He was born in the 56th Olympiad ( 556 / 552 BC ) or according to some writers in the 62nd ( 532 / 528 ) and he survived until the 78th ( 468 / 464 ), having lived eighty-nine years.
According to the Suda, this grandson was yet another Simonides and he was the author of books on genealogy.
According to the Suda he succeeded in making himself master of the whole of the island.
According to Athenaeus, he was small, thin and surprisingly strong The Byzantine encyclopaedia Suda, recorded that he was expelled from Ephesus by the tyrants Athenagoras and Comas, then settled in Clazomenae, and that he wrote verses satirising Bupalis and Athenis because they made insulting likenesses of him.
According to an alternate version cited in the dictionary of Suda, the Meleagrids were companions of Iocallis, a maiden of Leros who was honored as a deity.
According to the dictionary Suda, however, the proverbial expression " Termerian mischief " was due to a fortified dungeon located in Caria near Mount Termerion lying between Myndus and Halicarnassus.
According to the Suda, he heaped insults on Aristotle after his death, because Aristotle had designated Theophrastus as the next head of the Peripatetic school, a position which Aristoxenus himself had coveted having achieved great distinction as a pupil of Aristotle.
According to the Suda, he wrote seven books of lyrics.
According to the Suda, he was of the Jewish faith.
According to Suda, both his " constitution " () and his " precepts " () were composed in elegiac couplets, but Pausanias also mentions " anapests ", a few lines of which, quoted by Dio Chrysostom and attributed to Tyrtaeus by a scholiast, could have belonged to the so-called " war songs " (), of which nothing else survives.
According to Suda, Plato, on his departure for Sicily in 361 / 360 BC, left the Academy in the charge of Heraclides.
According to the Suda, the massive tenth century Byzantine Greek historical encyclopedia, he was the son of Socles, but was adopted by Lycus of Rhegium.
According to the Suda, Acusilaus wrote genealogies.
According to Aristophanes of Byzantium, Sophocles wrote 130 plays, 17 of which are spurious, the Suda lexicon ' I counted 123.
According to the Suda, and his biographer Eunapius, he was born at Chalcis ( modern Qinnasrin ) in Syria.
According to the Suda, it consisted of 39 books ; but Photios, who gives a tolerably full epitome of the work, mentions only 17.
According to the Suda, Aristarchus wrote 800 treatises () on various topics ; these are all lost but for fragments preserved in the various scholia.
According to the Suda ( Alpha 4025 ), Artemidorus also penned a Oiônoscopica ( Interpretation of Birds ) and a Chiroscopica ( Palmistry ), but neither has survived, and the authorship is discounted.
According to the Suda, Coluthus, often Colluthus, of Lycopolis in the Egyptian Thebaid, was an epic poet writing in Greek, who flourished during the reign of Anastasius I ( 491-518 ).

According and 11th-century
According to this view, Beowulf can largely be seen to be the product of antiquarian interests and that it tells readers more about " an 11th-century Anglo-Saxon ’ s notions about Denmark, and its pre-history, than it does about the age of Bede and a 7th-or 8th-century Anglo-Saxon ’ s notions about his ancestors ’ homeland.
According to Adam of Bremen, an 11th-century historian, Harald's son Sweyn was baptised Otto, in tribute to the German king Otto I, who was the first Holy Roman Emperor.
According to an 11th-century Korean chronicle the Samguk Yusa, the wife of King Suro of the ancient Korean kingdom of Geumgwan Gaya was a princess who travelled by boat from a faraway land called Ayuta to Korea in 48 CE.
According to Persian tradition, as reported by 11th-century ethnographer Mahmud of Kashgar and various other traditional Islamic scholars and historians, the name " Turk " stems from Tur, one of the sons of Japheth ( see Turan ).
According to an argument outlined by Maria Rosa Menocal in The Arabic Role in Medieval Literary History, in 11th-century Spain, a group of wandering poets appeared who would go from court to court, and sometimes travel to Christian courts in southern France, a situation closely mirroring what would happen in southern France about a century later.
According to her 11th-century biography ( Vita Gudilae ), written by a monk of the abbey of Hautmont between 1048 and 1051, she was the daughter of a duke of Lotharingia called Witger and Amalberga of Maubeuge.
According to that 11th-century chronicle, Abd ar-Rahman III made peace in 939-940 with a number of Frankish rulers and sent copies of the peace treaty to Nasr ibn Ahmad, described as the commander of Farakh shanit, as well as to the Arab governors of the Balearic Islands and the seaports of al-Andalus — all of them subject to the Umayyad caliphate.
According to the romance that accrued to his name, recorded in an 11th-century vita, Leonard was a Frankish noble in the court of Clovis I, founder of the Merovingian dynasty.

According and encyclopaedia
According to encyclopaedia Iranica, AFGHAN ( afḡān ) in current political usage means any citizen of Afghanistan, whatever their ethnic, tribal, or religious affiliation is.
According to calculations made by its publishers, the encyclopaedia has more than 165, 000 pages and 200 million words.

According and Byzantium
According to N. H. Baynes ( Byzantium, An Introduction to East Roman Civilization ):
According to Stephanus of Byzantium, Termerus was the eponym of the city Termera in Lycia.
According to Stephanus of Byzantium, he called this city " thuateira " from Greek " θυγατήρ ", " θυγατέρα " ( thugater, thugatera ), meaning " daughter ", although it is likely that it is an older, Lydian name.
According to Jordanes ( following Priscus ), sometime during the peace following the Huns ' withdrawal from Byzantium ( probably around 445 ), Bleda died ( killed by his brother, according to the classical sources ), and Attila took the throne for himself.
According to tradition, he founded the See of Byzantium in 38, installing Stachys as bishop ( the only bishopric in that neighbourhood before that time had been established at Heraclea ).
According to local legend, the icon had been stolen from Byzantium and was being transported by pirates across the Mediterranean.
According to the Armenian historian Faustus of Byzantium ( 5th century ), when the Sassanid Persians invaded Armenia, Sassanid King Shapur II ( 310-380 ) removed 2, 000 Armenian and 16, 000 Jewish families in 360-370.
According to historical documents, the Slavs invaded and settled in parts of Greece beginning in 579 and Byzantium nearly lost control of the entire peninsula during the 580s.
According to tradition, the city was founded as Byzantium by Greek colonists from Megara, led by the eponymous Byzas, around 658 BC.
According to the late Byzantine Patria of Constantinople, ancient Byzantium was enclosed by a small wall, which began on the northern edge of the acropolis, extended west to the Tower of Eugenios, then went south and west towards the Strategion and the Baths of Achilles, continued south to the area known in Byzantine times as Chalkoprateia, and then turned, in the area of the Hagia Sophia, in a loop towards the northeast, crossed the regions known as Topoi and Arcadianae and reached the sea at the later quarter of Mangana.
According to Stephanus of Byzantium, his mother was Triphyle, the eponym of Triphylia.
According to Stephanus of Byzantium, a daughter of Ogygus named Praxidike was married to Tremilus or Tremiles ( after whom Lycia had been previously named Tremile ) and had by him four sons: Tlos, Xanthus, Pinarus and Cragus.
According to Kantacouzenos he desired to expand the country from Byzantium to the Istros, i. e. from Constantinople to the Danube which makes him the last medieval Bulgarian ruler who effectively attempted to capture the Byzantine capital.
According to Stephanus of Byzantium and Hesychius of Alexandria, the Sciritae were of Arcadian origin.
According to Stephanus of Byzantium, Graecus was a son of Thessalus.
According to the Armenian Historian of the 5th century Faustus of Byzantium in his writings History of the Armenians ( Book IV, Chapter 15 ), states that the parents of Pap nourished him during his childhood and when he reached puberty he became robust.
According to Greek Army's website it is a military march ( εμβατήριο ) based on the traditional " Macedonian Dance " ( Μακεδονικός Χορός ) which is related with Akrites of Byzantium.

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