Philomelus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- father of Thrasymedes, 6th century B.C.
hrasymedes, son of Philomelus, fell in love with the daugh
- tyrant of Phocis, 4th century B.C.
But the wife of Philomelus, who took Delphi, was the
Pleisthenes. And Philomelus gave to Pharsalia, a dancing
the leadership of one Philomelus, on the temple of Apol
also: Diodorus, 17.7]  Philomelus. When the Phocia
of Pharsalus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 284 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Philomelus of Pharsalus
time 124th [284 B.C.] - Philomelus of Pharsalus, stadion
- in documents
(223) ykrates was archon - Philomelos son of Philon, Kaph
(263-236) parethos the son of Philomelos , Klei
(c. 160) . . . . son of Philomelos Akeratos son of Pythodoro
(209) ter [written from] Philomelos, in which the copy of
(299/8) Paiania, the son of Philomelos: since the envoys
(285/4) tany, in assembly; Philomelos of Hale, the son of
(278/7) edies; Philion son of Philomelos, director of trage
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