Pithon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Pithon   - son of Crateuas; Macedonian satrap of Media, killed in 316 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
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322/4a Pithon suppresses a revolt by settlers in the eastern satrapies.
320/14 Pithon and Arrhidaeus are appointed interim leaders after the death
317/1 and crosses the Tigris despite opposition from Seleucus and Pithon.
317/1a raps of the Eastern provinces unite to pre-empt an attack by Pithon.
316/24 Antigonus kills Pithon and removes his associates.
    Within translations:
Arrian:Fr_1 onus the son of Pisaeus, Pithon the son of Crateuas, Seleu
Arrian:Fr_9 council of war, Pithon and Arrhidaeus having been appoi
Just_13.8 the army, together with Pithon of Illyria, and Alcetas,
Polyaen_4.6.14 When he heard that Pithon, governor of Media, had raised
PsCallisth_3.31 nt: Perdiccas, Meleager, Python, Leonnatus, Cassander, Peu

  Pithon 2   - son of Agenor; Macedonian satrap of the Indian colonies, killed in 312 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Arrian:Fr_9   Roxana Parapamisus ; to Pithon the son of Agenor the part
Just_13.4   the colonies settled in India, Pithon, the son of Agenor,
Oros_3.23   Hydaspes and Indus rivers. 12 Python, the son of Agenor, was

  Pithon   - in documents
SEG_56.636 (c. 170/69)   the treasurers were: Pithon son of Aischylos Polem

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