Agron   - in ancient sources @

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  Agron   - king of Illyria, died in 231 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
231/9 Agron, king of Illyria, sends a force which defeats the Aetolians nea
231/10 The death of Agron, who is succeeded by Teuta.
    Within translations:
Athen_10.440 Polybius relates that Agron, the king of the Illyrians,
DioCass_fr.49 undisium, sent envoys to Agron, to ask for clemency for

  Agron   - in documents
Syll_671 (160/59)   s and Bakchios son of Agron as envoys to greet hi

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