Astyanax - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Hector and Andromache
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sire and wife and child Astyanax and aged mother : yet
of Miletus - victor in the pancration content at the Olympic games, 316 B.C.
Astyanax of Miletus wins the pancration contest at the Olympic games
bit of it. But Astyanax of Miletus, having gained the
any of the comic poets mention Astyanax of Miletus. He was
- in documents
sios son of Anaximandros Astyanax son of Pythomandros
(254-244) Aiolis, the son of Astyanax, has continually shown
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