Cleonymus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - a gluttonous demagogue, late 5th century B.C.
odemus the timid, ** and Cleonymus who threw away his shie
the comic poets have attacked Cleonymus and Peisander.
of Sparta - leader of a Greek army in Italy, late 4th century B.C.
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Cleonymus of Sparta arrives with an army to support Tarentum, and tak
Cleonymus captures Corcyra.
Cleonymus is expelled from the territory of the Sallentini (according
Cleonymus makes a raid against the territory of the Veneti, but is
Titus (?) escapes after being held hostage by Cleonymus.
Cleonymus loses control of Corcyra.
allegedly swears to his father Cleonymus that he will ruin Sparta.
encouraged to revolt by Cleonymus of Sparta, but is recaptured
Cleonymus captures Troezen from Craterus.
Cleonymus asks Pyrrhus to intervene against Sparta.
Cleonymus founds the city of Heraea, and settles it with the inhabita
is that the conduct of Cleonymus the Spartan was in stri
and up to the death of Cleonymus the Lacedaemonian after
onidas, the son of Cleonymus, was of the the Agiad family,
conditions ; but when Cleonymus the Spartan threw himse
ace that is called Chi.  & Cleonymus. When Cleonymu
the assailants. Cleonymus deepened his phalanx, and ord
 Titus. Cleonymus having made Titus prisoner,
(c. 273) s . . . [After] Kleonymos removed the garrison, dro
(300-275) in the presence of Kleonymos and the other Lakeda
of Argos - a dancer and flatterer, late 4th century B.C.
rgive, taking by the ear Cleonymus (who was a dancer and
- in documents
Arcadia, announcing an amnesty after intervention by Cleonymus.
feet, all hail, and cure Cleonymus, who set up for you und
& This image, Holy Artemis, Cleonymus set up to you.
(278/7) ros of Angeia, son of Kleonymos Delphians : Agon
(c. 180/79) n of Aristokrates] Kleonymos son of Damokrates b
(c. 216) sp; Aischrion son of Kleonymos, Charopidas s
(263-236) . the son of Kleonymos ; spons
(280-240) agoras son of Kleonymos Euxenidas son of Timokr
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