Aristomachus   - in ancient sources @

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  Aristomachus   - tyrant of Argos; killed in 240 B.C.
240/30 abortive plot by Aratus against Aristomachus.
240/36 Anthemocritus, a pancration-fighter, is a parasite of Aristomachus.
240/37 The death of Aristomachus, tyrant of Argos.
240/38 Aristippus the son of Aristomachus repels an unprovoked attack by Ara
    Within translations:
Athen_06.246 ancratiast was the parasite of Aristomachus, the tyrant
Plut:Arat_5 mmunicated his intentions were Aristomachus and Ecdelus.
Plut:Arat_25 for destroying their tyrant Aristomachus. Besides, he

  Aristomachus 2   - tyrant of Argos; killed in 224 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
229/21 Aristomachus of Argos joins the Achaean League.
228/_ Achaean General: Aristomachus
228/5 Aristomachus is elected general of the Achaean League.
228/13 Pallantium, but Aratus prevents Aristomachus from joining battle.
225/18a Syll_510, a decree of Tegea in honour of Aristomachus of Argos.
224/9 Aristomachus of Argos is captured by the Achaeans and put to death.
    Within translations:
Phylarch_54 Polyb_2.59'1 & &# The death of Aristomachus of Argos. [55]
Plut:Arat_29 ; for Agias and young Aristomachus entered it with the
Plut:Arat_35 rgos, sent his agents to Aristomachus, to represent " How
Plut:Arat_44 That people put Aristomachus to torture at Cenchreae,
Plut:Cleom_4 horse, under the command of Aristomachus. Cleomenes
Polyaen_05.41.1 considerable ransom. [41] Aristomachus. When Aristoma

  Aristomachus 3   - a Macedonian in Egypt, late 3rd century B.C.
221/1 Austin_255, a petition from Aristomachus to Ptolemy IV.

  Aristomachus 4   - an admiral who fought against the Cardians
Polyaen_05.41.1 Aristomachus. When Aristomachus captured some triremes of

  Aristomachus   - in documents
Inscr_24 (early 2nd cent.)   viduals, from Delphi: Aristomachos son of Olympoge
RC_16 (c. 260)   n, [greetings] . . . son of Aristomachos . . .,
RC_53 (197-160)   drawn up by Aristomachos of Pergamon our agent and
SelPap_1.1 ian; Dionysius, Temnian; Aristomachus, Cyrenaean; Aris
SelPap_1.34 Witnesses: . . ., Dionysius, Aristomachus, Meli . . .,
SelPap_2.256 the order sent to him by Aristomachus, appointed strat
Syll_314 (c. 320 +)   of Argos, the son of Aristomachos Men's double-sta
Syll_325 (c. 308)   ncillors were Echekratidas, Aristomachos and Archia
Syll_340 (3rd cent.)   s, son of Damosthenes Aristomachos of Pedia, son of
Syll_370 (285/4)   of Paiania , [son of Aristomachos], acting as secr
Syll_371 (285/4)   s of Paiania , son of Aristomachos, acting as secre
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   ynthos, the son of Aristomachos, was priest, with
Syll_458 (c. 250)   stomachos of Sikyon, the son
Syll_478 (315-280)   bers of the council were Aristomachos, Aristokr
Syll_509 (225 or 221)   ochos, Amynandros, Aristomachos, Orthagoras, Lyk
Syll_538 (204/3)   councillors were Hagion, Aristomachos, Eudoros and
Syll_600 (201/0)   uml;s Damokles son of Aristomachos Sarapophilos so
Syll_649 (169)   other Greeks. Andreas and Aristomachos of Argos
Syll_657 (155/4)   son of Philokrates Aristomachos of Myrrhinoutta,

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