Milon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Milon   of Croton - wrestler, six times victor at the Olympic games, 6th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Athen_10.412 mething in it. And Milon of Croton, as Theodorus of Hierap
Euseb]:Chron_201 Chalcis, stadion race Milon of Croton won the wrestling
Phylarch_3 n_10.412'f-413'a & Milon eats a bull in front of the altar

  Milon 2   - commander of Pyrrhus' garrison at Tarentum
274/22 of Tarentines unsuccessfully attacks Milon, the general of Pyrrhus.
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_1742 742] [1737 in Ar.] Milon handed over Tarentum to the Roman
Just_25.3 his son Helenus and his friend Milon. Returning to Epirus,

  Milon 3   - an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
222/29 PEleph_13, a letter from Andron to Milon.

  Milon 4   - the murderer of Deidameia of Epirus, 3rd century B.C.
Just_28.3 by foreign wars; and Milon, the assassin of Laodamia,
Polyaen_08.52.1 Artemis Hegemone, where Milon, who had been guilty of mur

  Milon   - in documents
THI_117 (c. 273)   e fines which Milon and Apelichos were liable to pa


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