Areus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Sparta, 309-265 B.C.
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Areus succeeds Cleomenes II as king of Sparta.
Areus, king of Sparta, sends an embassy with a letter to the Jewish
Areus, king of Sparta, leads a raid against the Aetolians, but is def
King Areus crosses over from Crete, and raises the siege of Sparta.
Syll_434, a statue of Areus, dedicated by Ptolemy at Olympia.
Two sayings of Areus, about virtuous women and Sicilian tyrants.
The Spartan king Areus is defeated and killed by Antigonus at the Ist
King Areus (?) of Sparta sends a letter to the Jewish high priest Oni
ias the high priest from Areius, who was king among you,
ign of Cleomenes, namely Areus and Acrotatus, rivalling
was in his prime, and Areius the king of Sparta sent
him it was that Areus, king of the Lacedemonians, sent
eof here follows:  "Areus, king of the Lacedaemonians
our high priest, from Areus, who at that time was your
this war they selected Areus, who, drawing together an
kingdom, which fell to Areus the son of Acrotatus, and
II - king of Sparta, 262-254 B.C.
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Syll_430, a decree of Delphi in honour of Areus II, king of Sparta.
- in documents
of Kannes, Melas son of Areus, all of the village of
(155/4) Kephisia, the son of Areus Diophantos of Hermos,
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