Stratocles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Euthydemus; Athenian politician, late 4th century B.C.
The Athenian politician Stratocles has a mistress called Leme.
rer at Eleusis, accompanying Stratocles, defiles the mysteries after
ea, Diphilus, Hippomachus, Mania, Pausanias, Stratocles, and others.
rne a torch before Stratocles in Athens, a eunuch and a
weights in Attica?" & Stratocles once made all his frie
aving said a word. Stratocles the orator also had for his
rdingly, Cleitarchus and Stratocles have entertained us
pplied fifty.  Stratocles, of whose invention these
tterer outdid even Stratocles in servility, by procuring
happening to say that Stratocles was mad in proposing
irely ineffectual. Stratocles procured a decree that the
It was the orator Stratocles that procured him this appoi
tribe Antiochis, -  Stratocles, the son of Euthydemus
(320-305) ple, as proposed by Stratokles of Diomeia, the son
(307/6) e, on the proposal of Stratokles [of Diomeia, the
(304) proposed by [Stratokles] of Diomeia, son of Euth
(303/2) ple, as proposed by [Stratokles] of Diomeia, the
- in documents
(163) i... Mounichos Stratokles Krateros Diphilos Archibi
(3rd cent.) tes of Boulis, son of Stratokles Kallistratos of Ne
(256/5 or 254/3) on Costume-suppliers: Stratokles of Salamis, the
(214/3) riadai, the son of Stratokles, acting as secretary
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