Nicon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Boeotia - victor in the pancration contest at the Olympic games, 296 B.C.
hagoras in the stadion race, and Nicon of Boeotia in the pancration.
Rhodes, in the boxing Nicon of Boeotia, in the pancrati
- an Egyptian money-lender, 3rd centuary B.C.
Date of PCZen_83, a petition of Antipater against Nicon.
of Samos - a ship captain
enemy of their errands.  Nicon. In order to pass by
of Pherae - a pirate
self tyrant of Crannon.  & Nicon. After Nicon, a pirat
of Abydos - a benefactor of the Athenians, late 4th century B.C.
342 & 347, Athenian decrees in honour of Nicon, Medeius and Solon.
- in documents
Syll_659, a decree of Delphi in honour of Nicon, a tragedian.
Lucius Gaius Antonius Nicon, freedman of Marcus Gnaeus
(early 2nd cent.) before being manumitted by Nikon in 184 B.C. (se
(early 2nd century) ios Citharist: Nikon son of Antigonos, by bi
(173-169) onios second: Nikon of Sidon, the son of Nik
(193) ited by Diakritos and Nikon, treasurers in the year
(263-236) Nikon of Kalchedon the son of
(311-306) on 140 : 1,500 Nikon son of Attalos :
(c. 302/1) edonia, the son of Nikon, who is a kinsman of king
(c. 200) chmas Myrtō daughter of Nikon : 5 drachmas . .
(175-150) son of Pantaleon and Nikon son of Nikomachos were a
(302/1) Oineis tribe, with Nikon of Plotheia, the son of
(302/1) Aiantis [tribe] with Nikon of Plotheia, the son of
(256/5 or 254/3) the son of Phokion ; Nikon of Thronion Choral danc
(250-200) rding to the decree: Nikon son of Charmides.
(206/5) otians: Philoxenides, Nikon Athenians: Menandros
(178) etrias, the son of Nikon; Genthios of Demetrias,
(c. 172) eukeia, the son of Nikon, shall be a proxenos of
(161/0) iuml;dai], the son of Nikon, who was elected [by]
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