Hephaestion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Amyntor; companion of Alexander the Great
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Alexander allows Hephaestion to read one of his private letters.
saying of Alexander about Hephaestion and Craterus.
The death of Hephaestion, the close friend of Alexander.
leucus are promoted to new posts following the death of Hephaestion.
extravagant funeral rites for Hephaestion, including divine honours.
een under the command of Hephaestion, which amounted to
Deaths of Alexander and Hephaestion, says that "he had in
Deaths of Alexander and Hephaestion, expended each day
of those proceedings, Hephaestion, one of his friends,
and upon the death of Hephaestion, when Perdiccas had
ccusations of Antipater, Hephaestion also ( as he was accu
ent on and with him his friend Hephaestion and they sailed
my closest friend, and Hephaestion, and Craterus and my
- an Egyptian soldier, 2nd century B.C.
PLond_42, a letter from Isias to Hephaestion.
- a plagiarist
And this compiler Hephaestion behaved in the same way to
- in documents
(193) d of Philistos and Hephaistion, deposited by Dia
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