Aristonicus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aristonicus   of Marathon (or Anagyrus) - an Athenian politician, killed in 322 B.C.
Arrian:Fr_9 mosthenes and Hyperides, Aristonicus of Marathon and Himer
DionHal:Din_10 arly." 27. Against Aristonicus, concerning the Harpalus
Plut:Mor_846 was often by Demotelus, Aristonicus, and Hypereides crown
Plut:Mor_848 a coronet of gold was Aristonicus, the son of Nicophane

  Aristonicus 2   - a general of Ptolemy V of Egypt
184/6 The death of Aristonicus, a eunuch and general of Ptolemy V.
    Within translations:
Inscr_18 (186)   chief of the cavalry, Aristonicus, son of Aristoni

  Aristonicus 3   - the leader of a revolt against the Romans in Asia, 133 B.C.
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133/28 Aristonicus leads a rebellion against the imposition of Roman rule
132/14 the interior of Asia join in Aristonicus' revolt, but he is kept
132/18 The Romans send five envoys to help suppress Aristonicus' revolt.
131/14 Crassus is defeated and killed by Aristonicus.
130/3 Perperna defeats Aristonicus.
130/4 Perperna captures Stratoniceia: end of the war against Aristonicus.
130/18 Aristonicus is put to death in prison.
129/32 city's status as a Roman ally following the war against Aristonicus.
126/10 The triumph of M'.Aquillius, over Aristonicus.
    Within translations:
Diod_34.2 ame time. For when Aristonicus without any proper rights
Just_36.4 son of Eumenes, named Aristonicus, not born in wedlock,
Just_37.1 BOOK 37 [37.1] After Aristonicus was taken prisoner,
Just_38.2 allen in the war against Aristonicus when giving assistanc
Just_38.5 them in the war against Aristonicus, and which Seleucus
Just_38.6 ake upon himself, upon his son Aristonicus. No king's serv
Sall:Hist_4.67 will, they led his son Aristonicus in triumph like an

  Aristonicus 4   of Olynthus - a citharode, 4th century B.C.
Polyaen_05.44.1 an eminent citharode, Aristonicus of Olynthus, the most

  Aristonicus 5   of Carystus - a companion of Alexander
Athen_01.19 The Athenians made Aristonicus the Carystian, who used to

  Aristonicus 6   of Argos - a harp-player, 7th century B.C.
Athen_14.637 us, first introduced by Aristonicus the Argive, who was

  Aristonicus 7   of Alexandria - a Greek grammarian, 1st A.D.
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Apollod:Fr_69 Apollodorus says. Aristonicus reasonably [suggests] that

  Aristonicus   - in documents
Inscr_125 (223)   Witness of the agreement: Aristonikos son of Praxit
SEG_45.1556 (175-150)   ctuary.   Aristonikos son of Zenodotos was ele
Syll_585 (197-175)   Peisilas: [140] Aristonikos of Alexandria,


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