Agamestor - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Thespieus; an archon of the Athenians in the eighth century B.C.
for the Spartans. Agamestor, the son of Thespieus, for
of Arcadia - an Academic philosopher who died in 168 B.C.
The death of Agamestor, an Academic philosopher.
Telecles and Euander. . . . Agamestor was still famous
- in documents
(early 2nd cent.) month of Poitropios, Agamestor of Lilaia, the so
(c. 207/6) dred darics, which Agamestor brought; therefore the
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