DIODORUS et DIODOTUS

DIODORUS et DIODOTUS
DIODORUS et DIODOTUS
Grammatic. bella Attica scripsit. Item discipulus Aristoph. Alius Arythraeus, Athen. l. 10. Item Medicus, cognom. Petronius, Plin. l. 20. c. 8. Item Epicureus αὐτόχειρ. Sen. de V. B.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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