Acrotatus   - in ancient sources @

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  Acrotatus   - son of Cleomenes II, king of Sparta
Wikipedia entry
314/5 Acrotatus becomes unpopular at Sparta because of his opposition to
314/6 nhabitants of Acragas summon Acrotatus the Spartan to be their genera
314/14 Acrotatus is forced to escape from Acragas after murdering Sostratus.
308/7 The death of Acrotatus, son of Cleomenes (? = grandson of Gyrtias).
    Within translations:
Plut:Agis_3 burying his eldest son Acrotatus, left surviving another
Syll_433 (266)   tue of [Areus] son of Akrotatos, [king] of the Lake

  Acrotatus 2   - son of Areus; king of Sparta, from 265 B.C. onwards
Wikipedia entry
255/11 Acrotatus attends luxurious banquets, contrary to Spartan traditions.
255/12 Acrotatus king of Sparta is killed while attacking Megalopolis; Leoni
    Within translations:
Athen_4.142 omenes, namely Areus and Acrotatus, rivalling the indulgen
Plut:Agis_3 own descended to his son Acrotatus, who was defeated and
Syll_430 (255/4 or 252/1)   g Areus, son of king Akrotatos and queen Chilonis

  Acrotatus   - in documents
Syll_519 (c. 222/1)   son of Asklepiodoros Akrotatos of Thebes, the so

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