Gorgus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Acragas - son of Theron, 5th century B.C.
the purpose in the hands of Gorgus, Theron's son. As
- keeper of the armoury for Alexander the Great
herald to proclaim that Gorgus, the keeper of the armoury
of Morgantina - a wealthy Sicilian, 2nd century B.C.
Gorgus of Morgantina and his father are killed by runaway slaves.
to him.  & Gorgus of Morgantina, surnamed Cambalus
- in documents
(197-185) oxenos and Gorgidas son of Gorgos, the city voted
(333-323) h of Poseideon, when Gorgos son of Theodotos [was
(321) Drakon. Since Gorgos and Minneon of Iasos, the sons
Nannichos son of Bion Gorgos son of Antileon Ach
(201/0) of Mnaïstratos Gorgos son of (?) Hermogenes
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