Sosigenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 342 B.C.
ad, in the archonship of Sosigenes [342/1 B.C.], on the
ulus Lyciscus Pythodotus Sosigenes Theophrastus Lysimachid
were [Lyciscus], Pythodotus, Sosigenes and Nicomachus.
count of [the year] when Sosigenes was archon [342/1], as
tinued it to the year of Sosigenes [342 B.C.], that is,
- Athenian archon, 172 B.C.
Athenian archon: Sosigenes
of Rhodes - an admiral of Perdiccas, 4th century B.C.
ymen. He appointed Sosigenes of Rhodes to be admiral, Medi
nes, were under the conduct of Sosigenes. While he was sta
- a friend of Demetrius Poliorcetes
one of his friends named Sosigenes arrived with 400 pieces
- a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus
on Words, addressed to Sosigenes and Alexander; four on
- a Greek orator
school of Timaeus, Psaon and Sosigenes. And those who
- in documents
(163) . Herakleitos son of Me... Sosigenes Diokles Demetr
(196/5) neis tribe, [for which Sosigenes], son of Menekrate
(? 249) tas son of Euthon and Sosigenes son of Zopyros, ha
(155/4) , the son of Diogenes Sosigenes of Apollonieis, the
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