Nicocreon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Nicocreon   - king of Salamis, Cyprus, late 4th century B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
318/27 sopher Anaxarchus is captured and cruelly put to death by Nicocreon.
313/22 aeus gains control of Cyprus and makes Nicocreon king of the island.
310/7 of Dorion the piper, addressed to Nicocreon of Cyprus and others.
310/10 emus narrowly escapes punishment for his blunt remarks to Nicocreon.
310/10a Nicocreon possesses a deer with four horns.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_10 hat the kings of Cyprus, Nicocreon of Salamis and his vass
Athen_08.337 when he was supping with Nicocreon, he praised a goblet
Athen_08.349 day." & Fair Biothea, Nicocreon's wife, & Once at a par
Plut:Mor_838 At a feast with Nicocreon, the tyrant of Cyprus, being


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