Pherecles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Athens, 9th century B.C.
was in his prime. Pherecles, the son of Diognetus, for
- a rival of Mimnermus, 7th century B.C.
ius, the ever cruel, and Pherecles, too, his foe, whom he
- Athenian archon, 304 B.C.
Athenian archon: Pherecles
ere: Coroebus Euxenippus Pherecles Leostratus Nicocles Cle
Coroebus, Euxenippus, Pherecles, Leostratus, Nicocles,
(304/3) n Pherekles was archon, in the seve
(304/3) ch were enacted when Pherekles was archon, were set
- Macedonian satrap of Parthia, 3rd century B.C.
five accomplices, slew Pherecles, who had been appointed
- in documents
ataios son of Hekatokles Pherekles son of Prexianax Di
(3rd cent.) ykles, Prokritos son of Pherekles and Klearchos son
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