Glaucon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian naval commander, 433 B.C.
the people to go with Glaucon, with twenty sail of ship
- the brother of Plato
→ Wikipedia entry
uld that be,' said I, 'O Glaucon? Do you not know that Aga
- son of Eteocles; Athenian politician, 3rd century B.C.
honours awarded by the Athenian people to the agonothete Glaucon.
vileges awarded by Delphi to Glaucon of Athens and Hierocles of Syrac
(260-52) cted this statue of Glaukon [of Athens], the son of
ace, and Chremonides and Glaucon of Athens are his counsel
- a water-drinker, of uncertain date
tyrants of Peiraeus, mentions Glaucon as having been a
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