Deinias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a member of the club of sixty Athenian wits, 4th century B.C.
nicknamed the Crab, and Deinias, and also Mnasigeiton and
- an Athenian, who donated a piece of land for public use, 4th century B.C.
speech for Aeschines against Deinias: "I would wish, gen
ven ground, given by one Deinias to Lycurgus for the use
- a perfume-seller
on Pleasure, says that Deinias the perfumer gave himself
- a Sicyonian, who assassinated the tyrant Abantidas
the escape of Aratus, Deinias and Aristoteles the teach
- a Greek historian, who wrote about the Argolis
enae, and the tyrant, as Deinias tells us, was overtaken
- tyrant of Crannon in Thessaly
and repealed the law.  & Deinias. Deinias the son
- in documents
(c. 320 +) Arkadia, the son of Deinias Men's wrestling cont
(145-137) . . . son of Deinias Philombrotos son of Deinomacho
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