Eudamus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Eudemus) - a general of Alexander, who governed part of India
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Eudamus murders Porus.
diately after. But Eudamus, master of the elephants, and
of Cos - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 92 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Eudamus of Cos
race 172nd [92 B.C.] - Eudamus of Cos, stadion race Prot
of Athens - a hieronmnemnon at Delphi, late 3rd century B.C.
of the Amphictyons in honour of Eudamus of Athens, a hieromnemon.
- the father of Lydiadas of Megalopolis
(190-180) . . . the descendants of Eudamos shall take care [o
(c. 228-226) ours Lydiadas son of Eudamos, on account of his vi
- in documents
various cities in honour of Eudamus of Seleuceia-on-Calycadnus.
(c. 216) Anaktorion: Hippon, Eudamos, Ptolemaios, Hellanikos
(173-169) (?) Moschion son of Eudamos second: Timeas s
(263-236) Dexicharis , Eudamos . . . the son of
(175-150) of Laodikeia } When Eudamos was priest, and Menekra
(c. 222/1) their descendants: Eudamos of Plataia, the son of
(c. 196-192) os Hagesandros son of Eudamos Timagoras son of Pole
(150-135) os, Akesimbrotos and Eudamos were admirals; they de
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