Demeas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the first trainer of men to fight in single combat, at Mantineia
invented in Mantineia, Demeas being the original author
- the son of Laches, 4th century B.C.
ster still, than thus to Demeas & Eteobutades, the son of
- (?) the father of the orator Demades
eral, Demades the son of Demeas, Menesaechmus, and many
(320/19) Paiania, the son of Demeas: in order that the agora
- the son of the orator Demades
death together with his son Demeas by Cassander the son of Antipater
or, became the father of Demeas, by a female flute-player
And when his son Demeas was married, he said, "When I
- (?) the father of the philosopher Zenon
the son of Mnaseas, or Demeas, and a native of Citium,
- in documents
(220-214) n Demeas son of Stesiochos was step
(2nd century) d by Mnesikles son of Demeas: since Heroïdes
(230-205) staters pledge received by Demeas from Anaxibios so
Nikophon son of Telleus Demeas son of Apatourios Hipp
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