Bithys - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a parasite of Lysimachus, king of Thrace
Sayings of Bithys, Pasiades, and Philippides, addressed to Lysimachus
Aristodemus relates that Bithys, the parasite of king Lysi
s;" (meaning to laugh at Bithys and Paris, who had more
(285/4) of Lysimachos and Bithys son of Kleon; the estate
(c. 281/0) council to praise Bithys of Lysimacheia, the son
- an Egyptian from Sebennytus, 3rd century B.C.
PEnteux_12, a petition from Bithys against Hellanicus.
- a general of Demetrius II, king of Macedonia
Aratus is defeated by the Macedonian general Bithys at Phylacia.
battle near Phylacia, by Bithys, the new king's general
- son of Cotys; captured by the Romans in 168 B.C.
the senate to release his son Bithys and other Thracian hostages.
- in documents
(c. 208) son of . . . Bithys of Bisanthe, the son of Kleon
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