Eteocles   - in ancient sources @

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  Eteocles   - sos Oedipus and brother of Polyneices
Wikipedia entry
Oros_1.12   about how the brothers Eteocles and Polynices attacked each
PsCallisth_1.46   ices {? Polyneices} and Okles {Eteocles} fought one anothe
Teles_48   very reasonably praised Eteocles because, although he was

  Eteocles   - in documents
AnthPal_7.532 AEGAE & { Ph 4 } & I am Eteocles whom the hopes of the
RC_63 (c. 157)   sent to [you by us], Eteokles and [Hyperanthes,
Syll_365 (282/1)   halidai, the son of Eteokles [B] {Labels on at l
Syll_376 (c. 300)   test at the Pythian games. Eteokles son of Eugnotos
Syll_395 (c. 271/0)   Athens, the son of Eteokles, has continually acted
Syll_462 (254-244)   Athens], the son of Eteokles, on account of his v
THI_61.D (173-169)   nos citharode:   Eteokles of Mytilene in Lesbo

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