Phormion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Athenian commander during the Peloponnesian War
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ainst Potidaea, in which Phormion commanded, was previous
nondas, and of Phocion, and of Phormion, the generals.
Polyaen_* 3.4.1-3 *
also: Diodorus, 11.84]  & Phormion. Phormion attacked
han he had before. Phormion had previously practised a si
- a comic actor, 4th century B.C.
actors there were Lycon, and Phormion, and Ariston. Ther
- a parasite, 3rd century B.C.
of Demetrius Poliorcetes, and Phormion parasite of Seleuc
- a philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
lecture on military matters given by a philosopher called Phormion.
- in documents
(221-205) to the people: since Phormion of Byzantion, who
(end of 4th cent.) son of Minnion Phormion son of Hierokles On the fir
of Sadyattes &[ 363/2 ] Phormion son of Anaxidemos Na
(192) now they have sent Phormion and Herakleidas, who
(250-200) etrios Hekataios son of Phormion , on behalf
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