Cleitus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Macedonian admiral, late 4th century B.C., called The White
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Cleitus, the commander of the Macedonian fleet, decisively defeats
decrees of Ephesus in honour of Cleitus, Alcetas and Neoptolemus.
als and shoes. And Cleitus, who was surnamed The White,
treat you as he treated Cleitus." At that Alexander blush
old men, Polysperchon, Cleitus, Gorgias, Polydamas, Amada
mand of the fleet was given to Cleitus. Cilicia, being tak
(317) dealings with Kleitos concerning the expedition to
mselves and fled. Cleitus carried the prisoners to Athens
gnonides, observing that Cleitus was displeased at that
which was commanded by Cleitus, in the Hellespont; but
(322/1) [A] To Kleitos and Alketas. Since
- "the Black", a Macedonian killed by Alexander in 328 B.C.
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he had killed his favourite Clitus: so great was his compunction!
eing with him; and when Cleitus, one of the older guests,
their lives at his hands. Cleitus, too, heavy with years and
of Artemis of Ephesus, a Clitus with Horse hastening into battle;
Lysimachus thrown to a lion, Clitus run through with a spear,
- son of Mantius; one of the lovers of Eos (Dawn)
does with Cephalus and Cleitus and Tithonus; and Demeter
- a contemporary of Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Possible, addressed to Cleitus; one on the treatise of
- in documents
declare I never quitted Cleitus' long arm in the horrid
(203/2) e sent Pythagoras and Kleitos as envoys to renew
(203/2) ce Pythagoras son of Kleitos and Kleitos son of Kl
(203/2) t [Pythagoras son of Kleitos] and Kleitos son of K
(203/2) ted to Pythagoras and Kleitos of Teos, the sons of
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