Scopas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- "the elder"; a Thessalian leader, 6th century B.C.
grandson of the former Scopas, was throughout his whole
- son of Creon; a Thessalian leader, early 5th century B.C.
of Revenge, says that Scopas the son of Creon, and the
- Aetolian general, 220 B.C.; later commander of the Egyptian army
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Scopas is elected general of the Aetolian League.
The revolutionary laws of Dorimachus and Scopas in Aetolia.
The Egyptian general Scopas invades Palestine.
Antiochus forces Scopas to surrender after besieging him at Sidon.
Scopas the Aetolian is put to death after being accused of treason
aeus Epiphanes appointed Scopas to be general of his army,
Syria after defeating Scopas, and Judaea willingly surr
Joseph:AJ_* 12.131-136 *
out a great army under Scopas, the general of his forces
ained control of Judaea, Scopas the Aetolian was sent to
- in documents
(263-236) p; ; sponsor: Skopas of Trichonion
(c. 206/5) skai was hipparch and Skopas of Trichonion was secr
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