Athenion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a companion of Ptolemy IV, king of Egypt
ife, and with his friend Athenion, who was the very person
- leader of the slave revolt in Sicily, 104-101 B.C.
Athenion starts another slave uprising, and joins up with Salvius,
The death of Tryphon; Athenion takes over as leader of the slaves,
Athenion attacks Messana.
Aquillius defeats and kills Athenion.
Diod_* 36.5-10 *
ebellion. Their leader was one Athenion, a valiant man,
- tyrant of Athens, 88 B.C.
Athenion seizes power in Athens, with the support of Archelaus; he
Athen_* 05.211-214 *
ion, and not at all like Athenion the Peripatetic philosop
Athen_5.211'd-215'b & Athenion establishes himself as
- a general of Cleopatra
in that pursuit; while Athenion, who was one of Cleopatr
fight begun so suddenly, Athenion had not found a proper
had you, and marched on, Athenion's treachery took place;
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