Amyntas   - in ancient sources @

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  Amyntas   I - king of Macedonia in the sixth century B.C.
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ChronSynt_90 ars Alcetas for 22 years Amyntas for 50 years Alexander
Euseb]:Chron_227 years. Alcetas for 18 years. Amyntas for 49 years. He
Euseb]:Chron_229 of the Persians. Amyntas - for 42 years Alexander - for
Just_* 7.2-4 * Aeropus succeeded Amyntas, a prince eminently distinguish
Just_7.3 and sending deputies to Amyntas king of Macedonia, demand

  Amyntas 2   II - king of Macedonia, 393-392 B.C.
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ChronSynt_90 Archelaus for 4 years Amyntas for 1 year Pausanias for
Euseb]:Chron_229 Archelaus - for 4 years Amyntas - for one year Pausanias

  Amyntas 3   III - king of Macedonia, 393-370 B.C.
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Athen_13.591   of Philippus the son of Amyntas; and it bore this inscrip
ChronSynt_90   anias for 1 year another Amyntas for 6 years another Amynt
Euseb]:Chron_229   Pausanias - for one year Amyntas - for 6 years Argaeus -
Just_7.5   mother Eurydice, whom Amyntas, when she was convicted
Just_7.4-6 *   order of succession, to Amyntas, the son of his brother
Nepos_11.3   in protecting the children of Amyntas, the Macedonian; for after his
Nepos_18.1   friend of Philip, son of Amyntas, and soon grew very intimate
Nepos_21.2   their deeds: Philip, son of Amyntas, and Alexander the Great. Of
Oros_3.12   City Philip, the son of Amyntas and the father of Alexander,

  Amyntas 4   IV - son of Perdiccas III, king of Macedonia; killed by Alexander in 336 B.C.
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Arrian:Fr_9   Eurydice, the wife of Amyntas, whom Alexander put to
Just_12.6   and Philotas, his cousin Amyntas, his murdered stepmother
Oros_3.18   that he slew his cousin Amyntas, put to death his stepmother
Polyaen_8.60.1   ghter. She married Amyntas, son of Perdiccas; and, losing

  Amyntas 5   - a Macedonian; son of Alexander and brother of Peucestes
Arrian:Fr_9 the son of Agathocles, Amyntas the son of Alexander and
Arrian:Fr_10 ader of the mercenaries, Amyntas to be leader of the caval

  Amyntas 6   - a friend of the poet Theocritus
Schol:Theoc_7 he set out with Eucritus and Amyntas. He did not, as Mun

  Amyntas 7   - son of Crates; leader of the Thessalians in 194 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_243 from Pherae. Then Amyntas the son of Crates, from [?] Pie
Euseb]:Chron_247 ual] leaders: Pausanias, Amyntas, Aeacides, Epidromus, Eun

  Amyntas 8   - an Academic philosopher in the 2nd century B.C.
Apollod:Fr_53 associates of Autolycus and Amyntas, and was leader of

  Amyntas 9   - father of Aristobulus, a Jewish envoy in the 2nd century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_14.249 Aristobulus, the son of Amyntas, and Sosipater, the son

  Amyntas 10   - a king of Assyria
Euseb]:Chron_65 Jews, lived during his reign. Amyntas, for 45 years. Belo

  Amyntas 11   - the author of a book about the halting-places of Alexander in Asia
Aelian:NA_5.13   eat iron ore. And Amyntas says that the rats of Teredon
Aelian:NA_17.17   eir anger. [17] & Amyntas in the work which he entitles
Athen_10.442   March of Alexander, and Amyntas also, in his Stations,
Athen_11.500   {102.}   Amyntas in the first book of
Athen_12.514   king's bed. And this vine, Amyntas says in his Posts had
Athen_12.529   And Amyntas, in the third book of

  Amyntas 12   - a satrap of the Bactrians after the death of Alexander
Just_13.4   to Stasanor. 23 Amyntas was allotted the Bactrians, (?)
Oros_3.23   Drangiana and of Areia; Amyntas was allotted the Bactrians;

  Amyntas 13   - king of Galatia, 1st century B.C.
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39/16 Antonius confirms Polemon, Amyntas, and others as dependant kings in
35/7 xtus Pompeius is captured by Amyntas, after being abandoned by his
31/21 Q.Dellius, Amyntas, Deiotarus and others desert Antonius.
SEG_44.1113 (36-25)   in alliance to king Amyntas, son of Dyitalos, the tetrarch

  Amyntas 14   - archon of Delphi, (?) 242/1 B.C.
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   In the year of Amyntas as archon, with the follo
Syll_447 (c. 242/1)   hon [at Delphi] was Amyntas, and the members of

  Amyntas 15   - son of Antiochus; a Macedonian who fled to Asia in 336 B.C.
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PsCallisth_1.41 ght. With them was Amyntas, the son of Antiochus, who had

  Amyntas 16   - one of the Macedonia generals sent to Asia in 336 B.C.
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Just_9.5 the Persians, Parmenion, Amyntas, and Attalus, whose sist
Oros_3.14   selected three leaders, Parmenion, Amyntas, and Attalus, with the

  Amyntas 17   - archon of Delphi, approximately 130 B.C.
Syll_703 (c. 133-122)   the city. When Amyntas was archon, and the members

  Amyntas   - in documents
Asclepiad_5.185 Demetrius, and get from Amyntas three small herrings and
OGIS_106 (174-172)   ios son of Dionysios Amyntas son of Amyntas, dire
PCairZen_59038 eam from) Memphis. Amyntas lived in Alexandria and held
PCairZen_* 59043-59045 * To Zenon. Docketed} & From Amyntas, about wages for
PLond_2052 the left temple. Amyntas, Mede, coachman, about 34 years
PSI_329 the Third Century B.C.', p. 30 Amyntas to Zenon greeting.
PSI_483 from Egypt', p. 112 ( PDF ). Amyntas to Zenon, greetings
SEG_27.929 (? 249)   ce the Kaunians Amyntas son of Euthon and Sosigenes
Syll_492 (c. 263)   the son of Peisilaos Amyntas of Aigai in Macedo
Syll_532 (218/7)   ia, the daughter of Amyntas, being a composer of
Syll_553a (202/1)   Kleon, Kleodamos and Amyntas, it was resolved by
Syll_585 (197-175)   f of his year were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Pra
Syll_604 (192)   s of the council were Amyntas, Theophrastos and Pra
THI_176 (155/4)   iest of Apollo: Amyntas magistrates: Aristion son o
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   s: priests of Apollo: Amyntas and the magistrate As
THI_64 (263-236)   Epikratous   ,   Amyntas of Pella the son
THI_67 (c. 208)   , the son of Menippos Amyntas of Pergamon, the so
THI_98 (250-200)   non son of Ktesippos Amyntas son of Philotas Attalu

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