Lyciscus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a general of Cassander, late 4th century B.C.
Lyciscus, the general of Cassander, defeats Alcetas.
mutiny in his after, after the murder of Lyciscus by Archagathus.
(128/7) s archon at Athens, after Lykiskos; and Eumelos of Athens, t
of Acarnania - a Greek statesman, late 3rd century B.C.
tening to speeches by Claenias of Aetolia and Lyciscus of Acarnania.
of Stratus - an Aetolian politician, 2nd century B.C.
Civil strife in Aetolia ends with the death of Lyciscus.
- Athenian archon, 344 B.C.
istocles Archias Eubulus Lyciscus Pythodotus Sosigenes The
archonship of Eubulus or Lyciscus, who succeeded Eubulus,
DEM. Col.8 & When Lyciscus was archon [344/3], Philippus
(129/8) [B] When Lykiskos was archon, [in] the nin
- Athenian archon, 129 B.C.
Athenian archon: Lyciscus
from Crates of Tarsus, when Lyciscus [was archon - 129/
- title of a play by Alexis
lexis also mentions her in his Lyciscus. [68.] But after
- in documents
(320-305) since Lykiskos the (?) descendant of T... in
(c. 160) ratthion Lampon son of Leon Lykiskos son of . . . 1
(225 or 221) alopolis, the son of Lykiskos Citharist: Chairis of
(204) acheia (?) Thespians: Lykiskos Athenians: Eudamos A
(214/3) , (?) Damon, Xennias, Lykiskos From Kallipolis: Loc
(201/0) llyros son of Xenias Lykiskos son of Lykomedes Arc
(166-147) ktorion, the son of Lykiskos, was secretary of
(223) the archon was Lykiskos, in the month of Thyios; th
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