Leonidas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Leonidas   I - king of Sparta, killed in 480 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.243   the monument of the commander Leonidas." * & i.e. a lion.
AnthPal_7.437   PHAENNUS & { H 1 } & Leonidas, bravest of men, you cou
Antiphil_9.294   you this purple cloak, Leonidas, reverencing your valoro
Cic:Tusc_1.101   What was it that Leonidas, their general, said to them?
Cic:Tusc_1.116   mouth; the memory of Leonidas the Lacedaemonian, and Epaminondas
Just_2.10   ture, the sister of king Leonidas surmised the writer's
Just_2.11   retreat from it. Leonidas, king of the Spartans, having
Nepos_2.3   picked men was sent with Leonidas, king of the Lacedaemonians, to
Oros_2.9   On the fourth day, however, Leonidas saw that the enemy had
Oros_2.11   makes us grow faint. 9 Leonidas, the most famous of the
Philip_9.293   the great frame of self-slain Leonidas, clothed it in a
Plut:Agis_14   Agesilaus, Lysander, or Leonidas of old have moved, when
Plut:Cleom_2   nformed that, when Leonidas of old was asked, " What he
Polyaen_1.32.1-3 *   victory for themselves. [32] & Leonidas. Leonidas fought
Polyaen_7.15.5   eks. They cut down Leonidas himself, and every man of the
Simonid_7.301   01] & { P 7 } & O Leonidas, king of spacious Sparta, illu
Simonid_7.344a   Probably on the tomb of Leonidas, on which stood a lion,
Simonid_7.677   at Thermopylae. Leonidas wished to send him home, but
ValMax_1.6e.1   warned to take heed of Leonidas and the Spartans.
ValMax_3.2e.3   this place we meet with Leonidas, a noble Spartan - nothing

  Leonidas 2   II - king of Sparta, 254-235 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
294/9 Leonidas allegedly swears to his father Cleonymus that he will ruin
255/12 killed while attacking Megalopolis; Leonidas II becomes regent.
251/7c Leonidas II becomes king of Sparta.
242/10 King Leonidas II of Sparta is deposed by Agis.
241/33 Leonidas is recalled to Sparta.
241/34 Leonidas forces Cleombrotus, his replacement as king, to flee from
234/7 The death of Leonidas II, and accession of Cleomenes III as king
    Within translations:
Plut:Agis_3 until the reign of Agis and Leonidas. Agis was of the
Plut:Agis_7 erefore applied to Leonidas, the other king, and desired
Plut:Agis_* 10-12 * Sparta. Upon this, Leonidas began openly and vigorously
Plut:Agis_* 16-21 * and openly brought back Leonidas from Tegea, and placed
Plut:Cleom_1 Agis was put to death, Leonidas intended the same fate
Plut:Cleom_3 designed. [3] When Leonidas died, and Cleomenes came to

  Leonidas 3   - the tutor of Alexander the Great, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Plut:Mor_179 offered frankincense, Leonidas his tutor standing by

  Leonidas 4   - a general of Antigonus I, late 4th century B.C.
319/2 Antigonus sends Leonidas to lead some mutinous troops back to Macedon
    Within translations:
Polyaen_4.6.6 agem. He dismissed Leonidas, one of his generals; who imme

  Leonidas 5   of Rhodes - victor in the stadion race Olympic Games, 164 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
164/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Leonidas of Rhodes
160/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Leonidas of Rhodes (II)
156/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Leonidas of Rhodes (III)
152/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Leonidas of Rhodes (IV)
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_209 race 154th [164 B.C.] - Leonidas of Rhodes, three times

  Leonidas 6   - a general at Byzantium
Athen_10.442 defending their walls, Leonidas, their general, ordered

  Leonidas 7   of Tarentum - Greek poet, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_6.190   following are in imitation of Leonidas' own poem, No. 300
AnthPal_6.191   Cypris, these gifts of Leonidas out of a poverty which
AntipSid_7.164   A Variant of an epigram of Leonidas ( 7.163 ) A. "Tell
AntipSid_16.178   contains an epigram by Leonidas on the same subject) &Si
LeonTar_6.300   ept these offerings from Leonidas the wanderer, the pauper
LeonTar_6.302   ice that love the dark ! Leonidas' poor meal-tub has not
LeonTar_7.449   Anonymous & {perhaps by Leonidas} Love gave to Protalidas
LeonTar_7.715   mine. The name of Leonidas hath not sunk into oblivion,
Meleager_4.1   uxuriant ivy-clusters of Leonidas and the sharp needles
SelPap_3.107   LEONIDAS

  Leonidas 8   of Alexandria - Greek poet, 1st century A.D.
AnthPal_6.321 Nero}, the Egyptian Muse of Leonidas offers you these
AnthPal_6.322 Behold again the work of Leonidas' flourishing Muse, this
AnthPal_9.355 eceive from the Egyptian Leonidas this map of the heavens
AnthPal_9.356 of a form hitherto strange to Leonidas. The letters of

  Leonidas 9   of Byzantium - author of books about fish
Aelian:NA_2.6 certain Byzantine, Leonidas by name, declares that while
Aelian:NA_2.50 on the spot. And Leonidas of Byzantium tells how a man
Aelian:NA_3.18 not so ? [18] & Leonidas of Byzantium asserts that ther
Aelian:NA_12.42 chopped leeks, so says Leonidas; and these herbs are suc
Aelian:NA_17.Epilogue Byzantium, or his son Leonidas, or Demostratus, or any

  Leonidas   - in documents
CIL_1.2702 surveyor, slave of L. Cae[. .] Leonidas, slave of Ma
SEG_55.926 (c. 188)   ould be sold, namely: Leonidas son of Dioskouridas,
SelPap_2.212 idorus, Chaeremon son of Leonidas, Marcus Julius Ascle
SelPap_2.337 been presented to me by Leonidas also called Serenu
THI_43 (202/1)     Parmeniskos son of Leonidas, and on behalf o

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