Aristion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Athens, 88-86 B.C.
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ns, with the support of Archelaus; he is later replaced by Aristion.
ans, forced into exile by the tyranny of Aristion, escape to Amisus.
Aristion unsuccessfully attempts to reach terms as the Athenians star
The cruelty of Aristion as tyrant of Athens.
The acropolis is captured, and Aristion is killed.
- Athenian archon, 421 B.C.
ood. And this is the time when Aristion was archon. For
- Athenian archon, 289 B.C.
Athenian archon: (?) Aristion
- archon of Delphi, 266/5 B.C.
(263-236) other proxenoi; when Aristion was archon, and the m
(266/5) n the archon was Aristion and the members of the
- archon of Delphi, 130/29 B.C.
(278/7) In the year of Aristion son of Anaxandrides as ar
- in documents
(155/4) Amyntas magistrates: Aristion son of Agon private i
(early 2nd cent.) kos son of Phrikidas, Aristion son of Agon, Mantias
(c. 208) ianian, the son of Aristion Athenodoros of Perga
(294-288) s, Apollonides, Aristion; [men] shall be appointed,
(287-280) ukleas . . ., Aristion son of Hermaios and Pythodor
(248-239) sikleidas, Timophilos and Aristion. [B] It
neans; Theopompus son of Aristion, Thessalian, physic
ossible. Get the kid also from Aristion and send it to
city's patriot !" Aristion the counsellor sa
(soon after 235/4) Mynniskos of Pergase Aristion of Phyle Chairion of
(c. 222) bers of the council were Aristion, Asopodoros and
(c. 222/1) son of Timokrates Aristion of Orchomenos, the son
(240-210) ncillors were [Erasippos], Aristion and Nikarchos.
(214/3) Symmachos, Nikias son of Aristion and Phillidas son
(197-175) xias, Andronikos and Aristion: When the archon
(155/4) Kephisia, the son of Aristion Zenodotos of Kephi
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