Dracon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the original name of the river Orontes
Malal_* 197-200 *
Asia as far as the river Dracon [Serpent], which is now
near the lake and the river Dracon, which he called Ant
of Corcyra - author of a book about stones
of garlands. And Dracon of Corcyra tells us this in his
of Athens - creator of the set of laws at Athens, 621 B.C.
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some fame, at least, Dracon, Plato himself, and Solon,
portunity, & If any thought of Dracon's laws comes over
with those of their Lycurgus, Dracon, and Solon. It is indeed
first Theseus, and later Dracon, Solon, Cleisthenes, and many
- a doctor, 4th century B.C.
Roxane is cured of an illness by a doctor called Dracon.
- in documents
(321) sal of Epikourus the son of Drakon. Since Gorgos
(204) kritos Kephallenians: Drakon Chians: Herodotos It
(194) tas of Polis, the son of Drakon. [E] Letter of the
(112) kos, Philokrates and Drakon - to the praetor to dis
(c. 216) bsp; Chremas son of Drakon, Aischinas son of Telest
(173-169) . . of Athens, the son of Drakon second: Dam
(263-236) bsp; sponsor of both: Drakon of Polis
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