Xanthippus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - father of Pericles, 5th century B.C.
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the illustrious son of Xanthippus, who first improved
said that the dogs of Xanthippus, son of Ariphron, were
of Pericles the son of Xanthippus, who entertained him
of Sparta - general of the Carthaginian army, 255 B.C. $%W-Xanthippus_of_Carthage
The Carthaginians appoint Xanthippus as their general.
Xanthippus defeats and captures Regulus.
Xanthippus leaves Carthage and returns home to Sparta.
ates to another leader, called Xanthippus.  [11'10-14]
- a leader of the Phocians, 3rd century B.C.
With the help of Lysimachus, Xanthippus liberates Elateia from Antigo
(301) the base of the statue of Xanthippos. } The Phok
- in documents
(c. 280) praise] also the judges, Xanthippos [son of . . .],
(256/5 or 254/3) kles Flute-player: Xanthippos of Boeotia, the son
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