Polycles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Cyrene - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 348 B.C.
race 108th [348 B.C.] - Polycles of Cyrene, stadion race
08th Olympiad [348 B.C.] Polycles of Cyrene won the stadio
- one of the leaders of an Athenian uprising against Demetrius, 3rd century B.C.
eadership of Mnesidemus, Polycles, Callisthenes, Theopompu
of Cyzicus - brother of Neanthes
privileges awarded by Delphi to Neanthes and Polycles of Cyzicus.
- in documents
(c. 287) rded to Neanthes and Polykles of Kyzikos, the son
(272-260) Theon of Anaktorion, Polykles of Leukas Hipparch:
(after 188) hon ...agoras son of Polykles ...sandros son of Ti
(c. 140) on son of Ameinias and Polykles son of Pheidippos a
(230-210) asurer Warnon son of Polykles along with the polema
(early 2nd cent.) of Sphodriades, and Polykles of Parion the son of A
(late 2nd cent.) ides and Timarchides son of Polykles, Athenians.
(early 2nd cent.) th month, and when Polykles was archon at Physkos,
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