Nicomachus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 341 B.C.
during the archonship of Nicomachus, as is clear from the
us], Pythodotus, Sosigenes and Nicomachus. In the second
seven years, till the year of Nicomachus [341/40]. It was
9], who was archon after Nicomachus, is clearly shown by
count of [the year] when Nicomachus was archon [341/40],
hrastus the successor of Nicomachus was archon [340/39],
of Thebes - a Greek painter, 4th century B.C.
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remark of the painter Nicomachus, about the "Helene" of Zeuxis.
figures; but in Aetion, Nicomachus, Protogenes, and Apell
- the son of Aristotle
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tageira have a son named Nicomachus by a courtesan named
- Athenian archon, 134 B.C.
Athenian archon: Nicomachus
of Philadelphia - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 108 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Nicomachus of Philadelphia
time 168th [108 B.C.] - Nicomachus of Philadelphia, stadi
- the father of Aristotle
Aristotle was the son of Nicomachus, who traced his lineag
- an Athenian, defended by Deinarchus
Lysicrates in behalf of Nicomachus and in many others;
Lysicrates in behalf of Nicomachus, in an action for dama
- in documents
econd century B.C. Nicomachus Safinius, slave of Luc
(195-168) ion] and Charisios son of Nikomachos the son of Nik
(202/1) p; Polykleitos son of Nikomachos : 100 drach
(early 2nd cent.) antinos magistrates: Nikomachos and Archon private
(263-236) of Epirus the son of Nikomachos ;
lexander of Macedon, the ninth Nicomachus the Locrian. The
(175-150) eon and Nikon son of Nikomachos were archons in Lao
Melas - by birth son of Nikomachos Charatos son of Ph
(272) rnania, the son of Nikomachos, and Teisandros of
(256/5 or 254/3) a, the son of Simos ; Nikomachos of Boeotia, the
(c. 247-240) : Konopion Delphians: Nikomachos, Agathon Boeoti
(after 188) ippos son of Ouliades Nikomachos son of Exekestos,
(c. 161/0) on son of Kallias and Nikomachos son of Dexippos],
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