Lysanias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the grandfather of the orator Lysias
Cephalus, grandson of Lysanias, and great-grandson of
- Athenian archon, 234 B.C.
Athenian archon: Lysanias
(c. 234/3) the year of Lysanias as archon, in the eighth
(c. 234/3) In the year of Lysanias as archon, in the eleventh
- tyrant of Chalcis, 1st century B.C.
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she gained control of Chalcis in Syria, after the death of Lysanias.
brothers, Herodes, Antipater, Lysias and Philippus, becam
also was now dead, and Lysanias his son took his governm
elves of Syria, and when Lysanias had already succeeded
had hired the domain of Lysanias, had all along sent robb
and that on her account Lysanias the king was slain, as
of Cyrene - a Greek grammarian
ses of Archilochus." And Lysanias, in the first book of
- a boy loved by Callimachus, 3rd century B.C.
all common things. Lysanias, thou art, yea, fair, fair :
- in documents
(95) Philometor, and of Lysanias the kinsman and stra
(c. 202-195) e letter has been sent to Lysanias, Leon and Dionik
(c. 200) as Asopis daughter of Lysanias : 5 drachmas Nikostr
(c. 193) e people of Delos." Lysanias son of Kaibon put it
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