Thrason - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a parasite of Hieronymus, king of Syracuse
ite of Hieronymus, persuades him to kill Thrason, another parasite
anny of Hieronymus, that Thrason, who was surnamed Carchar
of Anacaea - Athenian politician, 3rd century B.C.
And the decree was proposed by Thrason, of Anacaea, the
are dead.  And Thrason of Anacaea, Philocles of the
hich account he employed Thrason, their ambassador, to ent
- in documents
isistratos son of Agenor Thrason son of Antileon &[ 4
(228/7-212/1) liteles of Plotheia Thrason of Kikynna Lysandro
(c. 161/0) y of Delphi: since Thrason and Sokrates of Aigeira,
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