Parmenion   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Parmenion   - a general of Alexander the Great, killed in 330 B.C.
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Athen_11.508 obtained the government, Parmenion, having caught him in
Athen_13.607 about musical women; as Parmenion tells us in his Letter
Just_9.5 power of the Persians, Parmenion, Amyntas, and Attalus,
Just_11.10 ill alive, he despatched Parmenion to seize the Persian
Just_11.13 ough with difficulty, by Parmenion, and as those about him
Just_11.8 cure; but a letter from Parmenion, which arrived the day
Just_12.1 onveyed to Ecbatana, and Parmenion was entrusted with the
Just_12.5 For this offence, Parmenion, an old man, next to the king
Just_12.6 ield of battle. 14 Parmenion and Philotas, his cousin Amyn
Just_42.3 founder; temples which Parmenion, one of the generals
Plut:Mor_* 177-180 * to be a general, and that was Parmenion. & When he had
Plut:Mor_183 ater, hearing that Parmenion was slain by Alexander, said:
Polyaen_04.5.1 the Alexander website. [5] Parmenion. The stratagems
Polyaen_05.44.4 which was defended by Parmenion and Attalus with a forc
PsCallisth_1.33 Next he bade also Parmenion the architect to prepare a
PsCallisth_2.8 anded Alexander, sent by Parmenion, the general in charge,
PsCallisth_2.17 with them. Then Parmenion, the general, said: "Alexande
PsCallisth_3.17 f." I took in my friends Parmenion, Craterus, Philip, Ioll

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