Deinocrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Syracusan general, late 4th century B.C.
ophilus defeats the Syracusan exiles under Deinocrates near Galeria.
Deinocrates rallies resistance in Sicily against Agathocles.
The breakdown of negotiations between Deinocrates and Agathocles.
Agathocles defeats Deinocrates at Torgium.
Deinocrates deserts his allies, and becomes a general of Agathocles.
ini, he sent his general Deinocrates to the city; to infor
build a city in Egypt, Dinocrates the architect for lack of
of Acharnae - the father of Cleombrotus, 4th century B.C.
Cleombrotus the son of Deinocrates the Acharnian, to who
of Messene - an envoy who was sent to Rome, 2nd century B.C.
Deinocrates, an envoy from Messene, seeks to gain the support of Flam
of Rhodes - an architect who worked for Alexander
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laid out by the architect Dinochares, who is famous for his
and invented hydraulic engines, Dinochares who acted as surveyor
enes the Naucrititan and Deinocrates the Rhodian advised
- in documents
(230-220) onysodoros the son of Deinokrates, from Sikyon, set
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