Conon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - a general, late 5th century and early 4th century B.C.
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otheus, the son of Conon, being once taken by Plato from
ted part of the city, in Conon's house, which was well ada
her that I am the son of Conon." And Carystius, in his His
ibiades to make room for Conon, thinking that they had
Just_* 6.1-5 *
ce, as commander by sea, Conon the Athenian, who, having
the benefit bestowed by Conon the son of Timotheus, who
in Plutus [173 ]. Conon first assembled it, and later Iph
ers Timotheus the son of Conon was one, with whom he visit
by Timotheus the son of Conon, before the entry of the
Eteonicus. While Conon the Athenian was besieging Eteoni
Polyaen_* 01.48.1-5 *
so: Diodorus, 13.66-67]  & Conon. Conon, who was in
of Samos - an astronomer, 3rd century B.C.
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The astronomer Conon discovers the "Lock of Berenice".
- an Athenian, accused of assault by Demosthenes, 4th century B.C.
Demosthenes, in Against Conon [ 54'26 ]: "So they took
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(318) cred heralds: since Konon son of Poseidippos has ac
(186) e sent to the king - Konon, Zethos and Androkles
(269/8) tyxidas, Stratolaos, Konon, Antimachos Phokians: L
(c. 207/6) os son of Pythagoras, Konon son of Dionysios and La
(155/4) riadai, the son of Konon Sonikos of Philaidai, the
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