Diophantus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a flute-player, 4th century B.C.
Phrynichus, Caphesias, Diophantus, and also Evius the
- the male name of Herais of Abae, after she changed sex
Herais changes sex, and adopts the name Diophantus.
- a general of Mithridates
of Chersonesus in honour of Diophantus, the general of Mithridates.
the generals Taxiles, Diophantus and Menander, confront
kerkouroi. He sent Diophantus (?) Mitharus with a force
- in documents
Marcus Marcus Ramnius Diophantus, freedman of Publius
(c. 216) bsp; Glaukinos son of Diophantos from Leukas : &nbs
(263-236) Chalkis the son of Diophantos , Apoll
(250-200) les Antiphanes son of Diophantos Metrodora daughter
(163) rateros Diphilos Archibios Diophantos Apollonios so
syxis Tharsagoras son of Diophantos Glaukos son of Mol
(303/2) Aiantis tribe, with Diophantos of Phegous, the son
(303/2) [Aiantis tribe, with Diophantos of Phegous, the
(303/2) Aiantis tribe], with Diophantos [of Phegous, the
(256/5 or 254/3) emos Flute-player: Diophantos of Chios Director:
(178) Tetrapolis have sent Diophantos, Kallisthenes and
(155/4) sia, the son of Areus Diophantos of Hermos, the so
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