Aristodemus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Bate - "Hellenotamias" at Athens, late 5th century B.C.
ath, at the prompting of Aristodemus of Bate, who, also
of Elis - victor in the wrestling contest at the Olympic games, 388 B.C.
tling contest was won by Aristodemus of Elis, whom no-one
of Athens - a tragic actor, 4th century B.C.
clerk, and also served Aristodemus as a player of third
of Miletus - a courtier of Antigonus I
Aristodemus is sent by Antigonus to the Peloponnese, and gives help
Aristodemus "liberates" Cyllene and Patrae and sacks Aegium during
nus, addressed to Antagoras, Aristodemus, Bias, Hermodotus, Marsyas,
and sent back with them Aristodemus the Milesian, a frien
the Athenians. Aristodemus the Milesian was the person
you revile me. & Aristodemus, one of his friends, suppos
- tyrant of Megalopolis, killed in 251 B.C.
temple and other dedications made by Aristodemus at Megalopolis.
Aristodemus the tyrant of Megalopolis is assassinated in a plot organ
of Megalopolis, by the tyrant Aristodemus. He left his
of Nysa - a grammarian; teacher of Cn.Pompeius and his sons
Aristodemus of Nysa is one of the teachers of Cn.Pompeius Magnus.
Aristodemus of Nysa gives lessons on grammar to the sons of Pompeius.
geographer Strabo is taught by Aristodemus, Tyrannion and Xenarchus.
used to do. And Aristodemus, in the second book of his
of Syria. And Aristodemus relates that Bithys, the
ling saucepan. And Aristodemus, in the second book of his
[35.]  And Aristodemus, in his Catalogue of Laugha
irs [ Fr_15 ]. But Aristodemus, in the third book of his
esander.  And Aristodemus, in the second book of his
of Elis - a Greek writer
ded in their turn. Aristodemus of Elis relates that the
- son of Aristomachus; ancestor of the kings of Sparta
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Temenus and the sons of Aristodemus agreed to share among
- Athenian archon, 352 B.C.
tratus Diotimus Thudemus Aristodemus Theëlus Apollodo
during the archonship of Aristodemus, as is clear from the
during the archonship of Aristodemus [352/1], as becomes
- in documents
(196-146) r senior boys: Aristodemos of Thebes, the so
(250-200) ikles son of Hieron Aristodemos son of Philiskos Pe
(314/3) oē, the son of Aristodemos, and the other pr
Moiris Eudemos son of Aristodemos Proxeinos son of
(228/7) Xypete, the son of Aristodemos: since the laws d
(c. 196-192) ios Metrodoros son of Aristodemos Alkisthenes so
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