Aristocrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- one of the Athenian commanders at the battle of Arginusae, 406 B.C.
yllus, Pericles, Lysias, Aristocrates and Diomedon, as Phi
them into the harbour.  Aristocrates. When Aristocr
of Thebes - a harp-player, 4th century B.C.
elf with his voice, and so did Aristocrates the Theban.
- a Rhodian commander, 2nd century B.C.
The Cretans defeat a Rhodian fleet, commanded by Aristocrates.
- in documents
on me, and slaving for Aristocrates in countless ways,
lfed ! Very pleasing was Aristocrates to the flaxen-haired
G-P 10 } & Good Aristocrates, as he was taking ship for
(250-200) .. . . . son of Aristokrates Witnesses of these pro
(late 3rd century) e son of Protokleides Aristokrates of Lampsakos, th
(140-130) timos son of Hermias, Aristokrates son of Polykleit
being wronged by Aristocrates, Thracian, holder of 100
(333-323) f Sannaios, Pant... son of Aristokrates, [with . .
(317) s. Aristokrates the son of Aristophanes
(314/3) tany, in assembly; Aristokrates of Oinoē, the
iletairos son of Apellas Aristokrates son of Pherekles
(276/5) Delphi, with Kriton, Aristokrates and Ornichidas as
(254/3 or 250/49) okrates] Delphians: Aristokrates, Andron Boeotians:
(315-280) of the council were [Aristokrates], Athambos, Da
(315-280) council were Aristomachos, Aristokrates and Dam
(c. 205-200) [dedicated] this statue of Aristokrates [the so
(201/0) haridas son of Simos Aristokrates son of Damokrates
(190) listratos of Plygonion (?) Aristokrates of Plygo
(c. 180/79) dotos Straton [son of Aristokrates] Kleonymos so
(155/4) Melite, the son of Aristokrates, ex-gymnasiarch,
(190-140) hron Alexandros son of Aristokrates Apollodoros son
(c. 134) e daughter of Aristokrates, a harpist who accompani
(c. 210) hoi } : Xeneas son of Aristokrates, Timokles son of
(173-169) Korkyra, the son of Aristokrates stadion, [Pythian]
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