Hippon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek philosopher, 5th century B.C.
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the Black Sea. But Hippon,* Diagoras, and Herostratus,
more vain and useless, & says Hippon the Atheist. But the
- in documents
duly convened assembly, Hippon, the son of Cratistoteles,
(240-230) des, Echekratidas and Hippon, it was resolved by
(c. 213/2) the councillors were Hippon, Mnasitheos, Nikias, P
(c. 216) city of Anaktorion: Hippon, Eudamos, Ptolemaios, He
(223) s, Athanodoros son of Hippon - inscribed how they m
(early 2nd cent.) leidas son of Hagion, Hippon son of Athanion and M
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