Damophilus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Sicilian, murdered at the start of the slave revolt, 135 B.C.
starts a slave revolt, following the murder of Damophilus at Enna.
[ Fr_7 ], speaking of Damophilus the Sicilian, by whose
There was one Damophilus of Enna, a man of great weal
arrogant behaviour of Damophilus starts a slave war in
of Bithynia - the author of a collection of anecdotes
related the story. Damophilus of Bithynia has written comp
- in documents
(early 2nd cent.) les. Witnesses: Damophilos, Pamphaidas, Nikomachos,
(270) , Alponios Boeotians: Damophilos, Kleondas Euboi
(after 188) als: Polykreon son of Damophilos ...okrates son of
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