Archestratus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a political opponent of Phocion, late 4th century B.C.
left." 56. Against Archestratus, in an action for desertin
In the meantime, Archestratus proposed a decree, and Hag
of Gela - author of a poem on the Art of Cookery
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now. At all events Archestratus, the inventor of made dish
******[54.]  But Archestratus of Gela, in his trea
le. [56.] However, Archestratus, as I was saying before
erpsion was the tutor of Archestratus, who was also the
- a very thin soothsayer
and Things, says that Archestratus the soothsayer, bein
- son of Nicon; a Macedonian friend of Demetrius I
decree of Ephesus in honour of Archestratus, a friend of Demetrius.
- in documents
(c. 190) mely: Aischrion and Archestratos of Physkos 50 Krat
(235/4) , the son of Epigenes Archestratos of Erchia, the
(250/49) on of Kephale, son of Archestratos, acting as secre
(166-147) rrheion, the son of Archestratos Aleximachos of
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