Apellicon   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Apellicon   of Teos - a book-collector in the first century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
88/63 Apellicon collects a large library, including the books of Aristotele
88/64 The Romans defeat an Athenian force led by Apellicon at Delos.
    Within translations:
Athen_5.214 sending into the island Apellicon of Teos, who had become
Athen_5.215 troops, and falling on Apellicon and his soldiers, who

  Apellicon   - in documents
Syll_410 (? 277-275)   heus son of Pytheus Apellikon son of Peithagoras

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