Onomarchus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Onomarchus   - tyrant of Phocis, 353-352 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_6.232   of Delphi, says, "But Onomarchus and Phayllus and Phala
Athen_13.605   icted to women; but that Onomarchus used to select boys
Just_8.1   impious blood. 14 Onomarchus was made general in his stea
Just_8.2   .2] & & To oppose Onomarchus, the Thebans and Thessalians
Oros_3.12   his place the Phocians elected Oenomaus as their leader.
Polyaen_2.38.1   Frontinus, Str_1.2'8] [38] & Onomarchus. When the Boeoti
Polyaen_2.38.2   battle. & When Onomarchus was fighting against the Mac

  Onomarchus 2   - the keeper of Eumenes, after he was captured by Antigonus
Nepos_18.11   for some time, said to Onomarchus, who held the chief command
Plut:Eum_18   umenes asked his keeper, Onomarchus, "Why Antigonus, now

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