Cleombrotus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Sparta, 380-371 B.C.
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mmanded the Thebans, and Cleombrotus commanded the Lacedae
eir allies, commanded by Cleombrotus, and the Thebans, und
II - king of Sparta, 243-241 B.C.
Leonidas forces Cleombrotus, his replacement as king, to flee from
birth & A Spartan, and Cleombrotus' son, & Sprung from
succeeded by his brother Cleombrotus, who left two sons,
this trial, he persuaded Cleombrotus, son-in-law of Leonid
"Brazen House", and Cleombrotus in the temple
had lost only their king Cleombrotus, who fell by a javeli
of Athens - son of Deinocrates; early 3rd century B.C.
Callisto, who married Cleombrotus the son of Deinocrate
- a Greek doctor, 3rd century B.C.
tolemaeus rewards the doctor Cleombrotus for saving the life of Antio
of Ambracia - a pupil of Plato
 & & On the suicide of Cleombrotus, a pupil of Pla
- in documents
(c. 300) daurians has crowned Kleombrotos of Astypalaia, the
(c. 180/79) s [Peithiadas] son of Kleombrotos Bolion son of Axa
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