Archagathus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Agathoces of Syracuse; killed in 307 B.C.
mutiny in his after, after the murder of Lyciscus by Archagathus.
Agathocles leaves his son Archagathus in charge of the army in Africa
Archagathus divides up his army, which is then heavily defeated by
The soldiers kill Archagathus and Heracleides, the sons of Agathocles
his two grown-up sons, Archagathus and Heracleides, he
of his army to his son Archagathus, and went back to Sic
- grandson of Agathoces of Syracuse; killed in 288 B.C.
ocles, allegedly murdered by Archagathus the grandson of Agathocles.
Menon assassinates Archagathus.
- son of Lysanias; a doctor at Rome in the late 3rd century B.C.
Archagathus is the first doctor to set up a practice at Rome, after
- in documents
(c. 286) As proposed by Archagathos; the presidents Sokra
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