Alcetas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Alcetas 2   II - king of Epirus, 313-312 B.C.
313/3 eacides, the king of Epirus; Alcetas becomes the next king of Epirus.
312/8 Lyciscus, the general of Cassander, defeats Alcetas.
312/17 Alcetas is assassinated.

  Alcetas 3   - king of Macedonia in the sixth century B.C.
ChronSynt_90 ars Aeropus for 25 years Alcetas for 22 years Amyntas for
Euseb]:Chron_227 years. Aeropus for 20 years. Alcetas for 18 years. Amynt
Euseb]:Chron_229 years Aeropus - for 20 years Alcetas - for 18 years. In

  Alcetas 4   - son of Orontes; a Macedonian general, killed in 319 B.C.
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321/5 decrees of Ephesus in honour of Cleitus, Alcetas and Neoptolemus.
321/18 Alcetas kills Cynane, but her daughter Eurydice is given as wife
320/31 Asander the general of Antipater is defeated by Alcetas.
319/21 Alcetas commits suicide after being defeated in a surprise attack by
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_9 red Cleopatra, but his brother Alcetas persuaded him to
Inscr_43 (322/1)   A]   To Kleitos and Alketas. Since they are ze
Just_13.6 rus and Antipater. Alcetas, the brother of Perdiccas, and
Just_13.8 Pithon of Illyria, and Alcetas, the brother of Perdiccas
Plut:Eum_5 appadocia; and wrote to Alcetas and Neoptolemus to obey
Plut:Eum_8 Celaenae. There Alcetas, Polemon, and Docimus contended
Polyaen_04.6.6 enemy, who were commanded by Alcetas. He therefore carri
Polyaen_08.60.1 the Macedonian army, and Alcetas with a powerful force adv

  Alcetas 5   - author of a book about the offerings at Delphi
Athen_13.591 cles," as we are told by Alcetas, in the second book of

  Alcetas 6   - a Spartan commander, 4th century B.C.
Polyaen_02.7.1 Xenophon, Hell_3.1'20] [7] & Alcetas. Alcetas the Laceda

  Alcetas 7   - a "prisoner from Asia", 3rd century B.C.
242/8a ap_2.392, an order for the payment of rent on the land of Alcetas

  Alcetas   - in documents
Syll_421 (272-260)   Hageson of Stration, Alketas of Phoitiai, Alkino


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