Dion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Dion   - tyrant of Syracuse, 357-354 B.C
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Arrian:Fr_14 the memorable deeds of Dion the Syracusan, who freed Syr
Athen_06.250 with some colleagues to Dion, when they were all proceedi
Athen_11.494 genes, Bion, Apollonius, Dion; and the king, looking on
Athen_11.508 nion and fellow-pupil of Dion, and having travelled with
Diog_Laert_07.2 ocrates relates in his Life of Dion. He is also said to
FGrH_255.1 the second year] Dion was murdered by the tyrant Dionysi
Plut:Mor_176 ent his way. DION. Dion, who deposed Dionysius from the
Polyaen_05.2.7 against the forces of Dion, and sent an embassy to the

  Dion 2   - a friend of Arsinoe II
Just_24.2 tect by the marriage, she sent Dion, one of her friends,

  Dion 3   - the commander of the Egyptian garrison at Damascus, 3rd century B.C.
Polyaen_04.15.1 of Seleucus. Dion, a general of Ptolemaues, with a

  Dion 4   of Cyparissus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 76 B.C.
76/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Dion of Cyparissus
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_211 176th [76 B.C.] - Dion of Cyparissus, stadion race 177th

  Dion 5   of Halaesa - a wealthy Sicilian, 1st century B.C.
75/29 The son of Dion of Halaesa receives a large bequest from Apollodorus
73/10 Verres stops Dion of Halaesa from receiving an inheritance.

  Dion 6   - an Alexandrian envoy at Rome, murdered in 57 B.C.
57/37 Dion, the leader of a delegation from Alexandria, is murdered, allege
57/37a Topsius of Alexandria, the brother of Dion, is a famous wrestler.

  Dion 7   of Chios - a harpist
Athen_14.638 naechmus says that Dion of Chios was the first person who

  Dion 8   of Paeania - an overseer of the building of Zenon's tomb, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.12 of Sypalettus, and (?) Dion of Paeania, are hereby appoi

  Dion 9   - a contempoary of Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.190 opositions, addressed to Dion; four on the Differences bet
Diog_Laert_07.192 of Words, addressed to Dion; three on the Sorites which

  Dion 10   - archon of Delphi, (?) 247/6 B.C.
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   In the year of Dion as archon, with the following
Syll_445 (251/0 or 247/6)   the archon was Dion, and the members of the cou

  Dion   - in documents
Inscr_114 (210-205)   isthenes. Ari...idas son of Dion . . . . . leased t
Inscr_15 (202/1)   mas     80 Dion son of Diokles, and on be
Inscr_22 (155/4)   xenos son of Dionysios, and Dion son of Alexon. And
Inscr_24 (early 2nd cent.)   ording to the law: Dion of Delphi, the son of Ar
Inscr_39 (235/4)   axanteia, the son of Dion [D] The Athenian fellow
OGIS_59 (163)   los Archedoros son of Da... Dion son of Pyth... Zen
SEG_43.212 (c. 200)   Glaphyra daughter of Dion : 3 drachmas Attalus' hom
SEG_51.1056 (242)   theoroi] Charippos, Dion and Platon, [who procla
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   Boeotia, the son of Dion Tragic actors : Oikiades
Syll_431 (255/4 or 252/1)   s, Alexon, Eumelidas, Dion, Nikandros Delphians: Kl
Syll_438 (266/5)   s, Aiakides, Mantias, Dion and Epikrates, it was re
Syll_444 (c. 247-240)   anor, Pantainetos, Dion, Alkidamos, Agemachos, N
Syll_450 (c. 230-220)   ncil were Lyson, Nikias, Dion, Gnosilas and Euth
Syll_474 (184/3)   Araphen, the son of Dion, and the other presidents
Syll_492 (c. 263)   a Euphrantides of (?) Dion Aristomenes from Ano Lo
Syll_585 (197-175)   ikrates, Orthaios and Dion: When the archon was Di
Syll_657 (155/4)   son of Demokrates Dion of Kothokidai, the son of
Syll_659 (c. 165/4)   ambos, Archelaos and Dion, it was resolved by the
Syll_685 (112/1)   sippos son of Dion and Eubetes son of Beidylos ma


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