Aristeides - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - son of Lysimachus; Athenian statesman, 5th century B.C.
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same thing is told us of Aristeides, and of Epameinondas,
Aristeides; not of that Aristeides who was surnamed the
their babbling." 16 But Aristeides, the general of the Ath
emies. ARISTEIDES. Aristeides the Just always managed his
either, as Themistocles, Aristeides, and Pericles; though
city, the daughter of Aristeides, and his own niece,
Themistocles and that of Aristeides were not the same; jus
the steps of Pericles, Aristeides, and Solon, who excell
lso: Thucydides, 1.137]  & Aristeides. Aristeides and
cities, they appointed Aristeides to do it, because they
- grandson of Aristeides the Just
Myrto, the daughter of Aristeides; not of that Aristeide
of Elea - an admiral who fought against Dionysius
country.  Aristeides of Elea When Dionysius was
of Thebes - painter, late 4th century B.C.
General comments on the paintings of Aristeides of Thebes.
maf;], just as they call Aristeides and Pausanias and Nico
of (?) Egypt - brother of Theronides; 3rd century B.C.
PMich_23, a letter from Aristeides to Zenon.
- in documents
(189-167) nce Moschion son of Aristeides, priest of Zeus Kret
(early 2nd cent.) ppos son of Moschion, Aristeides son of Apollodotos
(early 2nd century) ppos son of Moschion, Aristeides son of Apollodotos
(c.192) Telemnestos son of Aristeides: since, when the peop
(early 2nd century) Telemnestos son of Aristeides: since the doctor Nik
(c. 300/299) d by Demodamas son of Aristeides: since Antiochos
(302/1) Kephisia, the son of Aristeides: since Nikandros of
(282) os son of Diaktorides Aristeides son of Charilas m
(256/5 or 254/3) Arkadia, the son of Aristeides Lyre-players : Epi
(c. 234) Arkadia], the son of Aristeides ; Kallias of Syrac
(c.190) Telemnestos son of Aristeides: since Epikrates of
(c.190) Telemnestos son of Aristeides: since Anaxibios of
(201/0) Euboulos . . . Aristeides son of Herakleitos Damon
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