Demophon   - in ancient sources @

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  Demophon   - son of Theseus; an ancient king of Athens
Wikipedia entry
  + Demophoon
Euseb]:Chron_185 Troy was captured. Demophon, the son of Theseus, for 33
Just_2.6 after Theseus his son Demophoōn, who afforded aid
Polyaen_1.5.1 also: Plutarch, Thes_5] [5] & Demophon. Diomedes committe

  Demophon 2   - the uncle and guardian of Demosthenes
Plut:Mor_844 phobus, Therippides, and Demophon (or Demeas), the last

  Demophon 3   - an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
244/3a Bagnall_125, a letter from Demophon to Ptolemy.

  Demophon 4   - king of Elaeusa, near Troy
Phylarch_69 . . [69] & Hygin:Astr_2'40 & Demophon and the Bowl. [70]

  Demophon   - in documents
OGIS_111 (152-145)   Pergamon, the son of Demophon, one of the diadochoi
OGIS_130 (c. 143/2)   Berenike, the son of Demophon, the chief bodyguard
Philip_6.92 & { G-P 13 } & Demophon the goldsmith, his eyes misty
Syll_322 son of Pasis &[ 475/4 ] Demophon son of Philtas Mandr
THI_61.A (c. 188/7)   f Boeotia, the son of Demophon Flute-players:  

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