Demaratus   - in ancient sources @

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  Demaratus   of Corinth - an associate of Philippus II, king of Macedonian
Plut:Mor_179 Olympias and his son, Demaratus the Corinthian came to

  Demaratus 2   of Rhodes - admiral of the Rhodian fleet, 4th century B.C.
Arrian:Fr_11 Rhodians, under their admiral, Demaratus, completely repul
Plut:Phoc_18 rus the Imbrian, as also Demaratus and Sparton, two Rhodia

  Demaratus 3   of Corinth - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 4 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_213 race 194th [4 B.C.] - Demaratus of Ephesus, stadion rac

  Demaratus 4   - king of Sparta, deposed in 491 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Just_2.10   ced. 13 As soon as Demaratus, king of the Lacedaemonians,
Oros_2.9   had begun against Greece. Demaratus, the Lacedaemonian, who at
Phylarch_22   it at an angle. Demaratus the Lacedaemonian, who came
Polyaen_2.20.1   red him to be executed. [20] & Demaratus. Demaratus engrav

  Demaratus   - in documents
Syll_322 oseidonios son of Hegias Demaratos son of Demaratos Ep
Syll_381 (300-281)   usly Gorgion [the father of Demaratos] . . . did ev

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