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  Achaeus 2   - a Greek tragedian, of the 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_7.47 ame principle. But Achaeus the tragic poet called the youn
Athen_6.267 ould enter in. And Achaeus, in his Omphale, speaking of
Athen_6.270 hostile to a hungry man; as Achaeus says in Aethon, a
Athen_10.414 unprofitable. And Achaeus the Eretrian, speaking of the
Athen_14.641 pezai, as, for instance, Achaeus in his Hephaestus, which

  Achaeus 3   - son of Seleucus I; father of Laodice, the wife of Antiochus II
Wikipedia entry
Euseb]:Chron_251 Laodice the daughter of Achaeus, of whom one was married
RC_29 (c. 230)   er may be Alexandros son of Achaios. } . . . of my

  Achaeus 4   - Seleucid governor of Asia Minor, who rebelled against Antiochus III; killed in 213 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
223/6 Antiochus appoints Achaeus to command his forces in Asia Minor.
222/21 Achaeus forces Attalus to take refuge in Pergamon.
220/30 Achaeus assumes the title of king, while marching through Phrygia.
220/31 mutiny in the army of Achaeus.
218/37 The inhabitants of Selge repel an attack by Achaeus.
216/22 Antiochus enters an alliance with Attalus against Achaeus.
215/30 Antiochus begins the siege of Sardis, which is held by Achaeus.
214/23 captures most of Sardis, and forces Achaeus back into the citadel.
213/15 Achaeus is captured and put to death.
    Within translations:
Polyaen_4.17.1 generals of Seleucus, Achaeus and Andromachus, pursued

  Achaeus 5   - an adviser to the king of the Sicilian slaves, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.2 ngst these was one Achaeus by name, and an Achaean by birt

  Achaeus 6   - Athenian archon, 190 B.C.
190/_ Athenian archon: Achaeus
    Within translations:
Syll_655 (190/89)   n Achaios was archon, in the [ninth

  Achaeus   - in documents
AnthPal_7.701 Ascania & to the strong man Achaeus. Nicaea wept for
Syll_322 Gorgos son of Antileon Achaios son of Antileon Alkim
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   Chalkis, the son of Achaios ; Epitimos of Ambrakia
THI_51 (277/6)   nos son of Hestiaios, Achaios son of Krates and

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