Aristagoras - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- leader of Miletus during the Ionian revolt, 499 B.C.
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message: "Histaeus to Aristagoras, call for the revolt
- a friend of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Dialectics, addressed to Aristagoras; four books of Probab
onclusions, addressed to Aristagoras; one essay, proving
- a comic poet
in the Mammacythus of Aristagoras, & Told you of female
- archon of Delphi, 277/6 B.C.
(276) of Ptolemaios, when Aristagoras was archon, and
(277) In the year of Aristagoras as archon at Delphi; at
(276/5) e of the hieromnemones when Aristagoras was archon.
- archon of Delphi, 254/3 or 256/5 B.C.
(256/5 or 254/3) the year of Aristagoras as archon at Delphi,
- in documents
(202/1) 4000 drachmas Aristagoras son of Diokles : &
(306-301) public cases, as for Aristagoras [son of] Aristophi
Timeas son of Phryson Aristagoras son of Philemon K
(248-239) hos of Karystos, the son of Aristagoras, has come [
(281) es son of Hermagoras Aristagoras son of Athenaios A
anax son of Pythomandros Aristagoras son of Kleidikos
(269/8) s of the council were Aristagoras, Damon, Pleiston,
(after 188) cil and the prytaneis Aristagoras son of Aristag
(112/1) ene Killos son of Demetrios Aristagoras son of Demo
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