Antigonus   - in ancient sources @

This is part of the index of names on the attalus website. The names occur either in lists of events (arranged by year, from the 4th to the 1st century B.C.) or in translations of sources. There are many other sources available in translation online - for a fuller but less precise search, Search Ancient Texts.
On each line there is a link to the page where the name can be found.

  Antigonus   I Monophthalmos - king of Asia and Syria, died 301 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
321/19 gonus for his disloyalty, but Antigonus escapes and joins Antipater.
320/5 Antigonus crosses over to Asia, and attacks Eumenes and Cleopatra at
320/24 Antigonus is appointed to lead the war against Eumenes.
320/32 over his forces in Asia to Antigonus, and returns to Macedonia with
319/2 Antigonus sends Leonidas to lead some mutinous troops back to Macedon
319/3 Eumenes is trapped and defeated by Antigonus at Orcynia.
319/4 secretly prevents his soldiers from attacking Antigonus' baggage.
319/13 Eumenes withstands a siege by Antigonus at Nora.
319/21 mits suicide after being defeated in a surprise attack by Antigonus.
319/22 Antigonus goes to Phrygia, where he hears about the death of Antipate
318/1 Antigonus sends Hieronymus to end the siege of Eumenes.
318/7 Antigonus attacks Ephesus and Lydia.
318/8 to Asia to seek help from Antigonus for a war against Polyperchon.
318/22 of mercenaries, despite the opposition of Ptolemy and Antigonus.
318/23 Cassander arrives at Peiraeus with a force provided by Antigonus.
318/32 but by the intervention of Antigonus completely overwhelms the flee
318/33 Antigonus sends a force through Cilicia to attack Eumenes.
318/34 adron of Phoenician ships surrenders to Antigonus' fleet at Rhossus.
317/8 Antigonus advances to Susa, but is prevented by Eumenes from crossing
317/14 beginning of the reign of Antigonus, according to some calculation
317/18 The armies of Eumenes and Antigonus march to meet each other, but Eum
317/19 drawn battle between Eumenes and Antigonus at Paraetacene.
317/23 Antigonus and Eumenes rest their armies: the wife of the Indian gener
317/24 Antigonus marches through a desolate region to launch a surprise atta
317/25 Eumenes tricks Antigonus into delaying his attack.
316/4 Antigonus makes an unsuccessful attack on Eumenes' elephants.
316/10 Antigonus defeats Eumenes in Gabiene.
316/11 Eumenes is handed over to Antigonus by his own army.
316/13 Antigonus gains possession of a large force of elephants after his
316/14 Stratagems employed by Antigonus against Eumenes.
316/16 Antigonus puts Eumenes to death.
316/24 Antigonus kills Pithon and removes his associates.
316/25 Antigonus reorganizes the eastern satrapies.
316/32 Antigonus disposes of some of the Silver Shields by assigning them
315/2 Seleucus is visited by Antigonus at Babylon.
315/4 refuge with Ptolemy, in anticipation of an attack by Antigonus.
315/6 ucus attempts to organize a coalition against Antigonus in the west.
315/12 Antigonus rejects an ultimatum from Ptolemy, Seleucus, and Cassand
315/13 Antigonus builds a new navy in Phoenicia.
315/14 Antigonus expels Ptolemy' garrisons from Joppa and Gaza.
315/15 Aristodemus is sent by Antigonus to the Peloponnese, and gives help
315/16 Ptolemy, the general of Antigonus, advances as far as Ionia.
315/20 Antigonus declares Cassander a public enemy, and promises freedom to
315/26 itus, Menelaus, and Seleucus to attack Antigonus in different areas.
315/27 eitus defeats Theodotus, the admiral of Antigonus, near Aphrodisias.
314/16 Antigonus captures Tyre.
314/19 Ptolemy, the general of Antigonus, escapes from an ambush and capt
314/24 Antigonus leaves his son Demetrius in charge in Syria, and marches
313/1a kingdom, and defeats and kills Pausanias, the general of Antigonus.
313/2 Antigonus sends Telesphorus with a fleet to the Peloponnese.
313/4 Antigonus gains control of the cities of Caria, and liberates Miletus
313/20 Ptolemy the general of Antigonus arrives with a fleet in Boeotia,
313/21 Antigonus advances as far as the Hellespont, but does not cross it.
312/12 Antigonus rebukes the young Demetrius during a battle.
311/8 The Nabataeans defeat Athenaeus, the general of Antigonus.
311/14 Demetrius persuades Antigonus to attempt to extract asphalt from the
311/22 Antigonus agrees to a peace treaty with Cassander, Lysimachus, and
311/26 OGIS_5, a letter from Antigonus to Scepsis concerning the recent peac
311/27 OGIS_6, a decree of Scepsis granting divine honours to Antigonus.
310/5 Antigonus is shown a specimen of an incense-tree.
310/18 Ptolemy, a general in the Peloponnese, defects from Antigonus.
309/3 Antigonus attempts to recapture Babylon, but is forced out by Seleucu
309/12 night attack by Seleucus on the army of Antigonus.
309/17 Ptolemy the nephew of Antigonus joins Ptolemy at Cos, but is
307/12 Demetrius the son of Antigonus captures Peiraeus and expels Demetrius
307/17c and other states in honour of Nicomedes, an associate of Antigonus.
307/30 ans grant extravagant honours to Demetrius and his father Antigonus.
306/11 foundation of the city of Antigoneia, Antigonus' capital in Syria.
306/19 Antigonus and his son Demetrius adopt the title of King.
306/20 The funeral of Philippus, son of Antigonus.
306/21 Antigonus invades Egypt, and advances as far as the Nile.
306/23 Antigonus retreats out of Egypt after his troops start to desert.
305/2 Antigonus decides to attack Rhodes.
305/2a cree in honour of residents at the court of Antigonus and Demetrius.
305/18 Antigonus attempts to persuade Rhodian expatriates not to return home
303/20 Syll_344, letters from Antigonus to Teos concerning plans for a synoe
302/3 ander instigates a coalition with the other kings against Antigonus.
302/12 Antigonus abandons celebrations at his new capital of Antigoneia, in
302/16 pt, after hearing a false rumour of Lysimachus' defeat by Antigonus.
302/17 a prepared position in order to withstand the attack by Antigonus.
302/18 his army from Dorylaeum, and Antigonus is unable to pursue him becaus
302/19 Demetrius is ordered by Antigonus to return to Asia, and he agrees
302/22 death, at the age of 84, by Antigonus at Cius, after being suspected
302/23 Mithridates II escapes from Antigonus and takes refuge in a fort
302/24 cres some of the Autariatae, to prevent them deserting to Antigonus.
301/5 350-351, a decree of Byzantium in honour of Antigonus and Demetrius.
301/8 Antigonus uses papyrus from Syria to manufacture ropes for his fleet.
301/10 Antigonus puts the sophist Theocritus to death.
301/11 Antigonus founds cities at Alexandria Troas, Nicaea, and Smyrna.
301/12 Demetrius and Antigonus quarrel about Demetrius' mistress Demo.
301/14 Apelles paints a portrait of Antigonus, which hides his bad eye.
301/15 Sayings of Antigonus, addressed to Antagoras, Aristodemus, Bias, Herm
301/16 The close relationship between Demetrius and his father Antigonus.
301/17 General remarks on the ambitious character of Antigonus.
301/18 Antigonus is defeated and killed by Seleucus and Lysimachus at Ipsus.
301/24 The other kings divide up the remains of Antigonus' empire.

  Antigonus 2   II Gonatas - king of Macedonia, 276-239 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
319/5 The birth of Antigonus Gonatas, the son of Demetrius.
291/6 Demetrius and his son Antigonus recapture Thebes after a second revol
285/17 etrius hands over control of his remaining possessions to Antigonus.
285/17a the help of Lysimachus, Xanthippus liberates Elateia from Antigonus.
282/38 Antigonus captures and fortifies Munychia.
280/17 Ptolemy Ceraunus defeats Antigonus the son of Demetrius.
279/28 War breaks out between Antiochus and Antigonus.
278/26 Peace between Antigonus Gonatas and Antiochus.
277/9 Negotiations between Antigonus and the Gauls.
277/10 Antigonus Gonatas defeats the Gauls near Lysimacheia.
277/15 Antigonus Gonatas defeats Antipater and becomes king of Macedonia.
277/16 Antigonus starts to besiege Cassandreia.
276/8 enon sends Persaeus as his representative to the court of Antigonus.
276/9 Antigonus invites the poets Aratus of Soli and Alexander of Aetolia
276/15 Antigonus captures Cassandreia; the death of Apollodorus.
275/14 Pyrrhus asks Antigonus for aid to continue the war in Italy.
274/7 ares urges Zenon to take advantage of his friendship with Antigonus.
274/18 Pyrrhus defeats Antigonus and wins over the Macedonian army.
273/4 Antigonus is defeated by Ptolemy the son of Pyrrhus in a second
272/28 Antigonus gains control of cities in the Peloponnese.
267/7 Antigonus invades Attica.
266/3 Antigonus puts down a mutiny by a group of Galatian mercenaries.
265/10 emus, addressed to Alexinus, Antigonus, Bion, Hierocles, and others.
265/18 Antigonus Gonatas captures Megara.
265/19 Antigonus says to his son, "Our kingship is a noble servitude".
265/21 gonus at the Isthmus; (?) the death of Halcyoneus, son of Antigonus.
262/12 truce between Antigonus and Athens.
261/5 Antigonus defeats the Egyptian navy at the battle of Cos.
261/6 and the Egyptian fleet do little to help Athens against Antigonus.
261/8 ogues during the war against Antigonus, that only Athenians know the
261/9 Athens surrenders to Antigonus.
261/10 vades Macedonia, but is defeated by Demetrius, the son of Antigonus.
261/24 Antigonus visits Zenon and persuades him to go to a party.
261/26 enon, addressed to Amoebeus, Antigonus, Ariston, Cleanthes, Dionysius
260/11 Antigonus appoints Demetrius the grandson of Demetrius of Phalerum
259/10 Philochorus is put to death by Antigonus for supporting Ptolemy.
255/9 Antigonus restores the "liberty" of the Athenians.
253/18 Demetrius son of Antigonus marries Stratonice, the daughter of Antioc
250/4 Antigonus attempts to establish friendly relations with Aratus.
250/9 governor of Corinth, remains loyal to his half-brother Antigonus.
249/7 Alexander the son of Craterus rebels against Antigonus.
246/42 Antigonus defeats the Egyptian fleet at Andros.
245/12 Antigonus tricks Nicaea and recaptures Corinth.
243/6 Antigonus forms an alliance with the Aetolian League (? and Epirus).
243/7 ted during a banquet held by Antigonus to entertain a delegation from
243/10 influence at the court of Antigonus, which is exploited by Ariston
243/11 Aratus overpowers Antigonus' garrison, which is commanded by Persaeus
242/5a Antigonus forms an alliance with the Aetolian League.
240/23 Arcesilaus about the fleet of Antigonus, ridiculing Stoic beliefs.
240/27 en, the "Phaenomena" of Aratus, written at the request of Antigonus.
240/28 and writings of the poet Aratus of Soli, who resided with Antigonus.
239/4 Antigonus praises the philosopher Lycon.
239/4f 52, a decree of Syros in honour of an adjudicator sent by Antigonus.
239/5 Cleanthes gives frank replies to Antigonus' questions.
239/6 Other sayings of Antigonus.
239/7 etort of the poet Antagoras to Antigonus, about his cooking in camp.
239/8 The Spartans punish an ambassador for addressing Antigonus as king.
239/9 Larissa, a water-drinker, is consistently hostile to Antigonus.
239/10 togenes of Cnidus is a slave of Chrysippus, and doctor to Antigonus.
239/11 Antigonus is a patron of poets.
239/12 eneral comments on the policy of Antigonus towards the Greek states.
239/13 The death of Antigonus Gonatas.
239/4g of Cimolos in honour of a judge sent at the bidding of Antigonus.

  Antigonus 3   III Doson - king of Macedonia, 229-221 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Antigonian
262/6 The birth of Antigonus Doson.
229/3 of Demetrius II, who leaves Antigonus as the guardian of his son Phi
228/11 Antigonus drives the Aetolians out of Thessaly.
227/8 Antigonus Doson officially assumes the title of king of Macedonia.
227/11 Antigonus Doson campaigns in Caria.
226/2 lopolitans send an embassy to Antigonus, with the consent of Aratus.
226/2a des against an alliance with Antigonus, because it would involve the
225/19 eans, led by Aratus, appeal to Antigonus for help against Cleomenes.
224/4 come to an agreement with Antigonus, after promising to hand over
224/6b Inscr_53, a treaty between Antigonus and Eleutherna in Crete.
224/7 Antigonus advances to the Isthmus of Corinth.
224/12 Antigonus captures some forts belonging to Cleomenes, near Aegys and
224/16 Antigonus attends the Council of the Achaean League at Aegium, and
223/3 Antigonus captures Tegea.
223/10 Antigonus captures Orchomenus.
223/11 Antigonus captures Mantineia, Heraea and Telphusa.
223/14 Antigonus attends an Achaean assembly at Aegium.
222/4a SEG_60.585, a letter of Antigonus III concerning the son of Nicarchu
222/12 Antigonus enters Laconia and encamps opposite Cleomenes at Sellasia.
222/15 Antigonus defeats Cleomenes at Sellasia, and forces him to escape fro
222/16 Antigonus enters Sparta.
222/17 The Macedonians recall Antigonus because of an Illyrian invasion.
222/18 Antigonus attends the Nemean games.
222/19 The honours given to Antigonus in the Peloponnese annoy the Achaeans.
222/30 massacre at Argos, after the departure of Antigonus.
222/31 Antigonus sends his ward Philippus to visit the Peloponnese.
221/15 Antigonus defeats an invading Illyrian army.
221/28 SEG_60.586, two letters of Antigonus granting privileges to men who
221/29 her Prytanis is appointed by Antigonus to draw up a legal code at Meg
221/31 saying of Apollophanes, a parasite of Antigonus.
221/32 General remarks on the achievements of Antigonus.
221/33 The death of Antigonus Doson, who is succeeded by Philippus V.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.251 hanes was a flatterer of Antigonus who was surnamed Epitro
ChronSynt_91 etrius for 10 years [91] Antigonus for 15 years Philippus
Euseb]:Chron_* 237-243 * ber of the royal family, Antigonus called Phuscus, became
Euseb]:Chron_247 Demetrius - for 10 years Antigonus - for 9 years Philippus
ExcBarb_44A trius for 10 years 37. another Antigonus for 15 years 38.
Hieron:Chron_1784 136.4 * . [1784] Antigonus [became king] of Macedonia,
Hieron:Chron_1978 978] [1873 in Ar.] Antigonus was killed after fighting for
Just_28.3 quite a child; 10 and Antigonus, being appointed his
Just_28.4 olemaeus's son. 12 Antigonus, when the Spartans were thus
Just_29.1 ilippus, on the death of Antigonus his guardian, who was
PHaun_6 ans in the [war] against Antigonus υἱο
Phylarch_46 Apollophanes is a flatterer of Antigonus Doson. AGRAPHA
Phylarch_52 to look for help from Antigonus, because of his mistrus
Phylarch_53 es. [53] & Polyb_2.56'6-7 & &# Antigonus captures Mantinei
Phylarch_60 Plut:Cleom_30 & &# Antigonus dies after breaking a blood-v
Phylarch_T1 onymus the Lacedaemonian after Antigonus marched against
Plut:Arat_38 of the title; whereas Antigonus, though declared comman
Plut:Arat_* 41-47 * surrender the citadel to Antigonus, for he would not send
Plut:Arat_54 ended the royal race of Antigonus ; whereas the posterity
Plut:Cleom_* 16-36 * warfare. He called Antigonus into Greece and filled Pelopo
SEG_60.585 (222)   King Antigonos to Megalokles,
SEG_60.586 (221)   B]   King Antigonos to Megalokles and the stat
Syll_518 (222)   g Antigonos, son of king Demetrios,
THI_31 (c. 235)   n they welcomed my father { Antigonos } into thei
THI_53 (c. 227-224)   against whover [king Antigonos is at war with]; it

  Antigonus 4   - satrap of Hyrcania after the death of Alexander
ExcBarb_34A region of Hyrcania for Antigonus to rule over He gave

  Antigonus 5   of Macedonia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 292 and 288 B.C.
292/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Antigonus of Macedonia
288/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Antigonus of Macedonia (II)
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_207 time 122nd [292 B.C.] - Antigonus of Macedonia, stadion

  Antigonus 6   - son of John Hyrcanus, high priest of the Jews
104/15 Aristobulus kills his mother and his brother Antigonus.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_13.276 long, he set his sons Antigonus and Aristobulus over
Joseph:AJ_* 13.302-314 * loved his next brother Antigonus, and treated him as his
Joseph:AJ_13.322 two eldest of his sons, Antigonus and Aristobulus, God
Joseph:BJ_01.64 sons, Aristobulus and Antigonus, over the siege; who
Joseph:BJ_01.65 eaten by Aristobulus and Antigonus; and indeed he was purs
Joseph:BJ_01.71 have an affection for Antigonus, who was next to him,
Joseph:BJ_01.72 affair of his brother Antigonus, whom he loved, and who

  Antigonus 7   - son of Aristobulus; king of Judaea 40-37 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
  + Antigone
42/19 Herodes defeats Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus.
40/13 rthians, led by Pacorus, invade Judaea and set up Antigonus as king.
40/22 Antigonus kills Phasael, the brother of Herodes, and mutilates Hyrcan
38/16 Antigonus defeats and kills Joseph, the brother of Herodes, near Jeri
37/3 Herodes defeats the army of Antigonus at Jericho.
37/13 Antigonus is executed, by order of Antonius.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.79   away, but the younger, Antigonus, was carried to Rome,
Joseph:AJ_14.96   Gabinius, with his son Antigonus, who also fled with him
Joseph:AJ_14.126   back with him her son Antigonus, and her daughters; the
Joseph:AJ_14.140   says. [140] But Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus, came
Joseph:AJ_14.141   demonstrated that Antigonus and his party were given to
Joseph:AJ_14.297   brought back into Judaea Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.299   rs, and was gone to meet Antigonus, he joined battle with
Joseph:AJ_14.330-334 *   eague of friendship with Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:AJ_14.340   thians, at the desire of Antigonus, admitted into the city
Joseph:AJ_14.343   they heard that Antigonus had promised to give the Part
Joseph:AJ_14.346   would give him more than Antigonus; and besides, that it
Joseph:AJ_14.365   [365] And thus was Antigonus brought back into Judaea by
Joseph:AJ_14.368   great wound in his head, Antigonus sent physicians to cure
Joseph:AJ_14.379   and how they had made Antigonus king, who had promised
Joseph:AJ_14.382   because of his hatred to Antigonus; for he took him to be
Joseph:AJ_14.384   same time, they accused Antigonus, and declared him an
Joseph:AJ_14.390-395 *   90] All this while Antigonus besieged those that were in
Joseph:AJ_14.399   and as he marched on, Antigonus laid snares and ambushe
Joseph:AJ_14.403-406 *   one him. [403] But Antigonus, by way of reply to what Hero
Joseph:AJ_14.409   ime to come. [409] Antigonus was sensible of this, and sen
Joseph:AJ_14.412-414 *   And so much did Antigonus gain of Silo for the bribes
Joseph:AJ_14.418   anders with him, because Antigonus would not give them pro
Joseph:AJ_14.431   footmen, as intending to fight Antigonus. [432] But still
Joseph:AJ_14.435-438 *   at the instigation of Antigonus, without the approbatio
Joseph:AJ_14.450   ain. [450] So when Antigonus had got possession of the dea
Joseph:AJ_14.457   with a dart. [457] Antigonus also sent a commander against
Joseph:AJ_14.461   done immediately; for Antigonus was already looking abo
Joseph:AJ_14.469   take the government from Antigonus, who was declared all
Joseph:AJ_14.476   to have been burnt by Antigonus, in order to expose him
Joseph:AJ_14.478   preserve the kingdom to Antigonus, he made an assault upo
Joseph:AJ_14.481   tinction; [481] and then Antigonus, without regard to eith
Joseph:AJ_14.488-490 *   Jerusalem, and carried Antigonus with him in bonds to
Joseph:AJ_15.1   besides that, how they took Antigonus captive, has been related by
Joseph:AJ_15.6   of the principal men of Antigonus's party, and set guards at
Joseph:AJ_15.181   he was again deprived by Antigonus, and was maimed in his
Joseph:AJ_15.263   arose from this, that while Antigonus was king, Herod, with his
Joseph:AJ_15.323   out of his government, and Antigonus obtained it. [324]   This
Joseph:AJ_20.245   took him alive, and made Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.158   going; but the younger, Antigonus, with his sisters, were
Joseph:BJ_1.173   isoner to Gabinius, with Antigonus his son, who had fled
Joseph:BJ_1.186   Ascalon, [186] who took Antigonus, as well as his sisters
Joseph:BJ_1.195   this time it was that Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.198   198] that he wondered at Antigonus's boldness, while he
Joseph:BJ_1.239   it was that he assisted Antigonus, the son of Aristobulus
Joseph:BJ_1.240   battle, and drove away Antigonus, and returned to Jerusa
Joseph:BJ_1.248-250 *   red women, to bring back Antigonus to his kingdom, and to
Joseph:BJ_1.254   In the mean time, Antigonus desired that Pacorus might
Joseph:BJ_1.257   housand talents, and how Antigonus had devoted the greates
Joseph:BJ_1.259   their preservation, than Antigonus had promised to give
Joseph:BJ_1.269-273 *   and not only to set up Antigonus for king, but to delive
Joseph:BJ_1.282-291 *   also that he had with Antigonus was another inducement,
Joseph:BJ_1.294-297 *   nquered. [294] But Antigonus laid an ambush for him as he
Joseph:BJ_1.300-303 *   ericho. [300] When Antigonus heard of this, be sent some
Joseph:BJ_1.314   six hundred horsemen, against Antigonus. [315] Now here
Joseph:BJ_1.317-319 *   uxiliaries to Herodes, against Antigonus. Now Antigonus
Joseph:BJ_1.323-327 *   make no attempts against Antigonus till his return; for
Joseph:BJ_1.333   dart. [333] Now as Antigonus had a mind to appear to excee
Joseph:BJ_1.335   out of their hatred to Antigonus, and some out of regard
Joseph:BJ_1.339   and was what hindered Antigonus from being now conquere
Joseph:BJ_1.342   who was the general for Antigonus, and was slain in the
Joseph:BJ_1.353   Then it was that Antigonus, without any regard to his
Joseph:BJ_1.357   from Jerusalem, leading Antigonus away in bonds to Antoni
Joseph:BJ_1.358   them; but for those of Antigonus's party, he slew them;
Joseph:BJ_1.364   was a place that was held by Antigonus's sister. [365]
Joseph:BJ_1.665   the date when, after putting Antigonus to death, he assumed control
Oros_6.18   him to make war upon Antigonus, who at that time had

  Antigonus 8   of Carystus - a bronze-worker and writer of the 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_2.44   but water, as is related by Antigonus the Carystian.
Athen_4.162   friend of Menedemus, as Antigonus the Carystian relates
Athen_5.210   addressed to Adaeus and Antigonus, where he explains the
Athen_8.345   eat epicure in fish, (as Antigonus of Carystus tells us,
Athen_10.419   ater part." [15.]   But Antigonus of Carystus, in his Lif
Athen_10.437   [50.] [437] But Antigonus of Carystus, in his essay on
Athen_11.462   his Address to Adaeus and Antigonus says : 'As for the
Athen_11.474   the chapters On addressed to Antigonus, says : "In the Marriage
Athen_12.547   con the Peripatetic," as Antigonus the Carystian says, "wh
Athen_13.563   infamous passions (as Antigonus of Carystus relates,
Athen_13.565   But that wise Zenon, as Antigonus of Carystus says, speak
Athen_13.603   of King Antigonus: and Antigonus of Carystus, in his Lif
Athen_13.607   Persaeus himself; for Antigonus of Carystus, in his tre
DiogLaert_7.12   decree. {10} But Antigonus of Carystus says, that Zenon
DiogLaert_7.188   on, nor in Hypsicrates, nor in Antigonus, but were inserte
Phld:Sto_10   Dionysius of Heracleia, as Antigonus wrote, the son of

  Antigonus   - in documents
AnthPal_9.406 mperate madness ! & * & Antigonus suggests that he, too,
OGIS_226 hter of Automenes son of Antigonos and her mother (?)
Philip_4.2 lily, Bianor oak-leaves, Antigonus olive leaves, and Diodo
SelPap_2.247 rachmae, for which Antigonus son of Limnaeus is sur
Syll_322 amphilos son of Eukrates Antigonos son of Menodoros An
Syll_389 (282)   eson Didymos son of Antigonos Stesileōs son of
THI_107 (188-186)   Herodes son of Zenon Antigonos son of Hekataios Myr
THI_151 (145-137)   erinaios son of Antigonos Theomnastos son of Parmen
THI_59 (181/0)   ndros son of Proitos, Antigonos son of Alexandros,
THI_61.C (early 2nd century)   st:   Nikon son of Antigonos, by birth the son
THI_61.D (173-169)   Tigris, the son of Antigonos citharode:   Eteo

Antigonussee Antigenes

Antigonussee Antiochus15

Antigonussee Antipater2

  ← Search for another name

This page Andrew Smith, 2023   :   Attalus' home page