Timoleon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Timoleon   - a Corinthian who suppressed the tyrants in Sicily, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Plutarch- PLUTARCH, Timoleon
Arrian:Fr_14   career of the Corinthian Timoleon in Sicily, and the memor
Nepos_20.1   [1]   Timoleon, the Corinthian. Without doubt this
Nepos_20.2   leader to conduct the war. Timoleon was sent to them and
Polyaen_5.12.1-3 *   weetness of his nature. [12] Timoleon. When Timoleon was
Polyaen_5.12.2   so: Plutarch, Tim.26] Timoleon closely besieged the tyr

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