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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 ( an 11th-century encyclopaedia of Byzantium which likely took its information from traditional accounts ), Herodotus learned the Ionian dialect as a boy living on the island of Samos, whither he had fled with his family from the oppressions of Lygdamis, tyrant of Halicarnassus and grandson of Artemisia I of Caria.
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 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 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 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 ).
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") According to the liner notes of his first ( self-titled ) album, musician Bob Dylan dedicated the first song he ever wrote to Bardot.
According to the Official Buffy Watcher's Guide, Whedon wrote the pilot to the TV series as a sequel to his original script, which is why the show makes references to events not occurred in the film.
According to one authority ( a legend on the 1489 map of Henricus Martellus Germanus ), Cão died off Cape Cross ; but João de Barros and others wrote of his return to the Congo, and subsequent taking of a native envoy to Portugal.
According to tradition, Saul / Paul of Tarsus wrote this letter while he was in prison in Rome ( around AD 62 ).
According to the sixth century Byzantine scholar Zosimus, " Honorius wrote letters to the cities in Britain, bidding them to guard themselves.
According to an article Fahrenheit wrote in 1724, he based his scale on three reference points of temperature.
According to a letter Fahrenheit wrote to his friend Herman Boerhaave, his scale was built on the work of Ole Rømer, whom he had met earlier.
According to scholar Alan Dundes, who wrote extensively on the topic, the custom originated among Romani Gypsies in Wales ( Welsh Kale Gypsies ) and England ( English Romanichal Gypsies ).
According to Toufic Fahd, around the 9th century, Al-Dinawari, an Iranian Kurdish naturalist, wrote the Kitab al-Nabat ( Book of Plants ), in which he deals with the application of meteorology to agriculture during the Muslim Agricultural Revolution.
According to Peter Hook, the band wrote and recorded enough material during the sessions for this album to release a follow-up in the near future, but it has yet to materialise.
According to Dr. Vitalii Nikolaevich Tsygichko, a Senior Analyst at the Academy of Sciences, the author of the study, Mathematical Model of Soviet Strategic Operations on the Continental Theater, and a former member of the General Staff, military analysts discussed the idea of a " nuclear winter " ( although they did not use that exact term ) years before U. S. scientists wrote about it in the 1980s .< REF > http :// www. gwu. edu /~ nsarchiv // nukevault / ebb285 /</ REF >
According to music journalist Ben Myers, Bad Religion " layered their pissed off, politicized sound with the smoothest of harmonies "; Descendents " wrote almost surfy, Beach Boys – inspired songs about girls and food and being young ( ish )".
According to German philosopher Karl Jaspers, when Spinoza wrote " Deus sive Natura " ( God or Nature ) Spinoza did not mean to say that God and Nature are interchangeable terms, but rather that God's transcendence was attested by his infinitely many attributes, and that two attributes known by humans, namely Thought and Extension, signified God's immanence.
According to Joseph Bottum, Pacelli in 1937 " warned A. W. Klieforth, the American consul to Berlin, that Hitler was " an untrustworthy scoundrel and fundamentally wicked person "; Klieforth wrote that Pacelli " did not believe Hitler capable of moderation, and ... fully supported the German bishops in their anti-Nazi stand.
According to John Sobol, the jazz musician and poet who wrote Digitopia Blues, rap " bears a striking resemblance to the evolution of jazz both stylistically and formally.
According to Orbison, the subsequent songs he wrote with Melson during this period were constructed with his voice in mind, specifically to showcase its range and power.
According to Imad ad-Din, Nur ad-Din wrote to Saladin in June 1171, telling him to reestablish the Abbasid caliphate in Egypt, which Saladin coordinated two months later after additional encouragement by Najm ad-Din al-Khabushani, the Shafi ' i faqih, who vehemently opposed Shia rule in the country.
According to al-Jazeera reporter Yosri Fouda's documentary Top Secret: The Road to September 11, three weeks prior to the attacks Saeed is believed to have used the name ' Abdul Rahman ' to send a message to Ramzi bin al-Shibh ( who was posing as a girlfriend ) online, in which he wrote
According to Hamid S. Hosseini, the power of supply and demand was understood to some extent by several early Muslim scholars, such as fourteenth-century Mamluk scholar Ibn Taymiyyah, who wrote:
According to Irving Kristol, self-described founder of American Neoconservatism, Thucydides wrote " the favorite neoconservative text on foreign affairs "; and Thucydides is a required text at the Naval War College, an American institution located in Rhode Island.