Cleitus   - in ancient sources @

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  Cleitus   - a Macedonian admiral, late 4th century B.C., called The White
Wikipedia entry
322/9 Cleitus, the commander of the Macedonian fleet, decisively defeats
321/5 decrees of Ephesus in honour of Cleitus, Alcetas and Neoptolemus.
    Within translations:
Athen_12.539 als and shoes. And Cleitus, who was surnamed The White,
Julian:Caes_331 treat you as he treated Cleitus." At that Alexander blush
Just_12.12 old men, Polysperchon, Cleitus, Gorgias, Polydamas, Amada
Just_13.6 mand of the fleet was given to Cleitus. Cilicia, being tak
OGIS_4 (317)   dealings with Kleitos concerning the expedition to
Plut:Phoc_34 mselves and fled. Cleitus carried the prisoners to Athens
Plut:Phoc_35 gnonides, observing that Cleitus was displeased at that
Polyaen_04.6.8 which was commanded by Cleitus, in the Hellespont; but
THI_111 (322/1)   [A]   To Kleitos and Alketas. Since

  Cleitus 2   - "the Black", a Macedonian killed by Alexander in 328 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Just_12.6 eing with him; and when Cleitus, one of the older guests,

  Cleitus 3   - son of Mantius; one of the lovers of Eos (Dawn)
Athen_13.566 does with Cephalus and Cleitus and Tithonus; and Demeter

  Cleitus 4   - a contemporary of Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.191 Possible, addressed to Cleitus; one on the treatise of

  Cleitus   - in documents
Mnasalcas_6.125 declare I never quitted Cleitus' long arm in the horrid
Syll_563 (203/2)   e sent Pythagoras and Kleitos as envoys to renew
Syll_564 (203/2)   ce Pythagoras son of Kleitos and Kleitos son of Kl
Syll_565 (203/2)   t [Pythagoras son of Kleitos] and Kleitos son of K
Syll_566 (203/2)   ted to Pythagoras and Kleitos of Teos, the sons of

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