Bithys   - in ancient sources @

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  Bithys   - a parasite of Lysimachus, king of Thrace
281/12 Sayings of Bithys, Pasiades, and Philippides, addressed to Lysimachus
    Within translations:
Athen_6.246 Aristodemus relates that Bithys, the parasite of king Lysi
Athen_14.614 s;" (meaning to laugh at Bithys and Paris, who had more
Syll_476 (c. 281/0)   council to praise Bithys of Lysimacheia, the son
SEG_38.619 (285/4)   of Lysimachos and Bithys son of Kleon; the estate

  Bithys 2   - an Egyptian from Sebennytus, 3rd century B.C.
243/16 PEnteux_12, a petition from Bithys against Hellanicus.

  Bithys 3   - a general of Demetrius II, king of Macedonia
233/5 Aratus is defeated by the Macedonian general Bithys at Phylacia.
    Within translations:
Plut:Arat_34 battle near Phylacia, by Bithys, the new king's general

  Bithys 4   - son of Cotys; captured by the Romans in 168 B.C.
167/29 the senate to release his son Bithys and other Thracian hostages.

  Bithys   - in documents
OGIS_150 (157/6)   exandria, the son of Bithys, is [continually] actin
OGIS_151 (142-131)   Rhodes, the son of Bithys, the kinsman of king Ptol
OGIS_152 (142-131)   ue of Seleukos son of Bithys, the kinsman of the ki
THI_67 (c. 208)   son of . . . Bithys of Bisanthe, the son of Kleon

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