Aristonicus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Marathon (or Anagyrus) - an Athenian politician, killed in 322 B.C.
mosthenes and Hyperides, Aristonicus of Marathon and Himer
arly." 27. Against Aristonicus, concerning the Harpalus
was often by Demotelus, Aristonicus, and Hypereides crown
a coronet of gold was Aristonicus, the son of Nicophane
- a general of Ptolemy V of Egypt
The death of Aristonicus, a eunuch and general of Ptolemy V.
(186) chief of the cavalry, Aristonicus, son of Aristoni
- the leader of a revolt against the Romans in Asia, 133 B.C.
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Aristonicus leads a rebellion against the imposition of Roman rule
the interior of Asia join in Aristonicus' revolt, but he is kept
The Romans send five envoys to help suppress Aristonicus' revolt.
Crassus is defeated and killed by Aristonicus.
Perperna defeats Aristonicus.
Perperna captures Stratoniceia: end of the war against Aristonicus.
Aristonicus is put to death in prison.
city's status as a Roman ally following the war against Aristonicus.
The triumph of M'.Aquillius, over Aristonicus.
ame time. For when Aristonicus without any proper rights
son of Eumenes, named Aristonicus, not born in wedlock,
BOOK 37 [37.1] After Aristonicus was taken prisoner,
allen in the war against Aristonicus when giving assistanc
them in the war against Aristonicus, and which Seleucus
ake upon himself, upon his son Aristonicus. No king's serv
will, they led his son Aristonicus in triumph like an
of Olynthus - a citharode, 4th century B.C.
an eminent citharode, Aristonicus of Olynthus, the most
of Carystus - a companion of Alexander
The Athenians made Aristonicus the Carystian, who used to
of Argos - a harp-player, 7th century B.C.
us, first introduced by Aristonicus the Argive, who was
of Alexandria - a Greek grammarian, 1st A.D.
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Apollodorus says. Aristonicus reasonably [suggests] that
- in documents
(223) Witness of the agreement: Aristonikos son of Praxit
(175-150) ctuary. Aristonikos son of Zenodotos was ele
(197-175) Peisilas:  Aristonikos of Alexandria,
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