Hecataeus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Miletus - Greek writer, c. 500 B.C.
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There is an instance in Hecataeus ** : " Ceyx took
legends, among whom is Hecataeus the chronicler, may sin
Indian skill. And Hecataeus of Miletus says that Amphiara
with in a volume by Hecataeus. After the Attacori there are
- tyrant of Cardia, 4th century B.C.
iately after this, Hecataeus, the tyrant of Cardia, applie
of Abdera - Greek writer, 4th century B.C.
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eneral comments on the career of the grammarian Hecataeus of Abdera.
by historians, among whom is Hecataeus, not of Miletus
so sacred and religious, as Hecataeus of Abdera says.
[13.]  And Hecataeus says that the Egyptians were
. . This is what Hecataeus of (?) Abdera has related abo
which cause it is, as Hecataeus of Abdera says, that
- king of the Sindi
Maeotis married Hecataeus, king of the Sindi, a people
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kles son of Anaximandros Hekataios son of Themisthoman
(155/4) Hermos, the son of Hekataios Craton of Myrrhinou
(188-186) on Antigonos son of Hekataios Myrmex son of Hekatai
(189-167) When Hekataios son of Hekataios son
(202/1) achmas Hekataios son of Zoilos, and o
(173-169) doros second: Hekataios of Chrysaorian Strat
(250-200) eos son of Demetrios Hekataios son of Phormion ,
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