Hippolochus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Macedonia - letter-writer, late 4th century B.C.
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* * * [1.]  Hippolochus the Macedonian, my friend
chaplet.  And Hippolochus having stated after this
had had no dinner." And Hippolochus the Macedonian, in
of Larisa - son of Alexippus; Thessalian leader, 2nd century B.C.
[?] Scotussa. Then Hippolochus the son of Alexippus, from
Theodorus, Nicocrates, Hippolochus, Cleomachides, Phyrin
(c. 170/69) thenes son of Alexias Hippolochos son of Alexippos
(178) ngelos Thessalians: Hippolochos of Larisa, the son
(soon after 178) n Hippolochus of Larisa the son of
- one of the thirty tyrants at Athens, 403 B.C.
encounter Critias and Hippolochus, the two most cruel
- in documents
(206/5) Glaukos, the son of Hippolochos, received protec
(c. 160/59) Larisa, the son of Hippolochos, was general, on the
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