Dexiphanes   - in ancient sources @

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  Dexiphanes   of Cnidus - father of Sostratus, 3rd century B.C.
ChronPasc_472   and the Pharus. Dexiphanes of Cnidus was the engineer
Hieron:Chron_king   of Cnidus ["the son of Dexiphanes" - Ar.] built the Phar
Malal_218   eat with the help of the Dexiphanes of Cnidus, who turned
SelPap_3.104   built by Sostratus, son of Dexiphanes, a Cnidian. In Egypt there

  Dexiphanes   - in documents
OGIS_66 (c. 290-280)   Knidos, the son of Dexiphanes, both for himself and
OGIS_67 (c. 280-270)   Knidos, the son of Dexiphanes, on account of his
SEG_38.812 (c. 200)   h this the envoys - Dexiphanes son of Theogeiton, P

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