Menestheus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Peteus; an ancient king of Athens
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established laws. Menestheus, the son of Peteus, son of
- an Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
time of his command with Menestheus, when he was convicted
time of his command with Menestheus, over which he was con
edicts; while Diophites, Menestheus, Leosthenes, and Chare
of Bargylia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 232 B.C.
ympic victor in the stadion race: Menestheus of Barcylia (?Bargylia)
race 137th [232 B.C.] - Menestheus of [?] Barcyla, stadio
- in documents
(188-186) nthios son of Polites Menestheus son of Aristeas Ai
(230-205) m . . . son of Menestheus, 166 gold staters, 1..8 A
(c. 128-100) who brought up Menestheus, excelling in the real
(197-175) ria Troas, the son of Menestheus When the archon
(c. 165) exandria Troas], the son of Menestheus". It is
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