Cleonymus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cleonymus   of Athens - a gluttonous demagogue, late 5th century B.C.
Athen_10.415 the comic poets have attacked Cleonymus and Peisander.

  Cleonymus 2   of Sparta - leader of a Greek army in Italy, late 4th century B.C.
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303/11 Cleonymus of Sparta arrives with an army to support Tarentum, and tak
303/17 Cleonymus captures Corcyra.
302/4 Cleonymus is expelled from the territory of the Sallentini (according
302/14 Cleonymus makes a raid against the territory of the Veneti, but is
302/20 Titus (?) escapes after being held hostage by Cleonymus.
301/23 Cleonymus loses control of Corcyra.
294/9 allegedly swears to his father Cleonymus that he will ruin Sparta.
293/16 encouraged to revolt by Cleonymus of Sparta, but is recaptured
278/25 Cleonymus captures Troezen from Craterus.
272/2 Cleonymus asks Pyrrhus to intervene against Sparta.
272/18 Cleonymus founds the city of Heraea, and settles it with the inhabita
    Within translations:
Athen_13.605 is that the conduct of Cleonymus the Spartan was in stri
THI_117 (c. 273)   s . . . [After] Kleonymos removed the garrison, dro
Phylarch_T1 and up to the death of Cleonymus the Lacedaemonian after
Plut:Agis_3 onidas, the son of Cleonymus, was of the the Agiad family,
Plut:Demetr_39 conditions ; but when Cleonymus the Spartan threw himse
Polyaen_02.29.1 ace that is called Chi. [29] & Cleonymus.   When Cleonymu
Polyaen_08.19.1 [19] Titus. Cleonymus having made Titus prisoner,
SEG_50.936 (300-275)   in the presence of Kleonymos and the other Lakeda

  Cleonymus 3   of Argos - a dancer and flatterer, late 4th century B.C.
Athen_06.254 rgive, taking by the ear Cleonymus (who was a dancer and

  Cleonymus   - in documents
THI_124 (c. 216)   sp; Aischrion son of Kleonymos,   Charopidas s
THI_64 (263-236)   . the son of Kleonymos     ;   spons
THI_74 (280-240)   agoras son of Kleonymos Euxenidas son of Timokr
Syll_399 (278/7)   ros of Angeia, son of Kleonymos Delphians : Agon
Syll_614 (c. 180/79)   n of Aristokrates] Kleonymos son of Damokrates b


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