Eunus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- leader of a slave revolt in Sicily; killed in 132 B.C.
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Eunus starts a slave revolt, following the murder of Damophilus at
Cleon joins Eunus' revolt.
The death of Eunus.
trouble to our countrymen, as Eunus did in Sicily. [105.]
the man, that he took Eunus (for such was his name) wit
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