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- tyrant of Argos; killed in 240 B.C.
abortive plot by Aratus against Aristomachus.
Anthemocritus, a pancration-fighter, is a parasite of Aristomachus.
The death of Aristomachus, tyrant of Argos.
Aristippus the son of Aristomachus repels an unprovoked attack by Ara
ancratiast was the parasite of Aristomachus, the tyrant
mmunicated his intentions were Aristomachus and Ecdelus.
for destroying their tyrant Aristomachus. Besides, he
- tyrant of Argos; killed in 224 B.C.
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Aristomachus of Argos joins the Achaean League.
Achaean General: Aristomachus
Aristomachus is elected general of the Achaean League.
Pallantium, but Aratus prevents Aristomachus from joining battle.
Syll_510, a decree of Tegea in honour of Aristomachus of Argos.
Aristomachus of Argos is captured by the Achaeans and put to death.
Polyb_2.59'1 & The death of Aristomachus of Argos. 
; for Agias and young Aristomachus entered it with the
rgos, sent his agents to Aristomachus, to represent " How
That people put Aristomachus to torture at Cenchreae,
horse, under the command of Aristomachus. Cleomenes
considerable ransom.  Aristomachus. When Aristoma
- a Macedonian in Egypt, late 3rd century B.C.
Austin_255, a petition from Aristomachus to Ptolemy IV.
- an admiral who fought against the Cardians
Aristomachus. When Aristomachus captured some triremes of
- in documents
(early 2nd cent.) viduals, from Delphi: Aristomachos son of Olympoge
(c. 260) n, [greetings] . . . son of Aristomachos . . .,
(197-160) drawn up by Aristomachos of Pergamon our agent and
ian; Dionysius, Temnian; Aristomachus, Cyrenaean; Aris
Witnesses: . . ., Dionysius, Aristomachus, Meli . . .,
the order sent to him by Aristomachus, appointed strat
(c. 320 +) of Argos, the son of Aristomachos Men's double-sta
(c. 308) ncillors were Echekratidas, Aristomachos and Archia
(3rd cent.) s, son of Damosthenes Aristomachos of Pedia, son of
(285/4) of Paiania , [son of Aristomachos], acting as secr
(285/4) s of Paiania , son of Aristomachos, acting as secre
(256/5 or 254/3) ynthos, the son of Aristomachos, was priest, with
(c. 250) stomachos of Sikyon, the son
(315-280) bers of the council were Aristomachos, Aristokr
(225 or 221) ochos, Amynandros, Aristomachos, Orthagoras, Lyk
(204/3) councillors were Hagion, Aristomachos, Eudoros and
(201/0) uml;s Damokles son of Aristomachos Sarapophilos so
(169) other Greeks. Andreas and Aristomachos of Argos
(155/4) son of Philokrates Aristomachos of Myrrhinoutta,
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