Ctesicles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 334 B.C.
him followed: Euaenetus Ctesicles Nicocrates Nicetes Aris
were Pythodelus, Euaenetus, Ctesicles and Nicocrates.
of Euonymus, in the year when Ctesicles was archon [334
- a Greek sculptor, 3rd century B.C.
The artist Ctesicles displays a painting at Ephesus, insulting Strato
spoken of is the work of Ctesicles; as Adaeus of Mitylene
- an Egyptian, probably living at Crocodilopolis, 3rd century B.C.
PEnteux_26, a petition from Ctesicles against Dionysius.
- author of a Greek chronicle
choenix'. But Ctesicles, in the third book of his Chr
died of drunkenness, as Ctesicles relates, in the third
- a Seleucid official in the reign of Antiochus III
(213) cerning everything to Zeuxis and Ktesikles.
- in documents
(c. 210) hete of the Mouseia : Ktesikles son of Saon oversee
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