Gylippus   - in ancient sources @

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  Gylippus   - Spartan general who assisted the Syracusans, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
[Tib]:PanMes_190   nor the renown of great Gylippus would be more to me, nor
Athen_6.234   it is said that Gylippus, who liberated the Syracusans,
Just_4.4   Lacedaemonians, by whom Gylippus alone was sent; but he
Just_4.5   safer by land. Gylippus seized a hundred and thirty
Oros_2.14   The latter at once sent Gylippus. He was alone, but his
Polyaen_1.39.4   being closely pursued by Gylippus and very near to being
Polyaen_1.42.1   conquer everything." [42] & Gylippus. Gylippus, wishing
Polyaen_1.42.2   Athenians had occupied, Gylippus selected twenty out of

  Gylippus 2   - a wealthy Spartan, 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Cleom_1 for she was daughter to Gylippus, and heiress to his grea

  Gylippus 3   - a Spartan who fought at Messene
AnthPal_7.435 and our seventh brother Gylippus having burnt our bodies

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