Themison   - in ancient sources @

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  Themison   of Cyprus - a favourite of Antiochus II
246/37 government of his kingdom to his favourites, Aristus and Themison
    Within translations:
Athen_7.289 Minos. [35.] And Themison the Cyprian, the friend of Ant
Athen_7.290 dressing him as Heracles Themison; and he himself would
Athen_10.438 ased, namely Aristus and Themison, Cyprians by birth, and

  Themison 2   - a Greek historian
Athen_6.235 sites for Heracles." And Themison, in his Pallenis, says

  Themison 3   - a king in Cyprus, 4th century B.C.
Teles_46 istotle, which is addressed to Themison, the king of the

  Themison   - in documents
AnthPal_12.116 of night and dark, but for me Themison is a great torch.
SEG_49.1943 (c. 197)   ike and the children, Themison the nephew of the ki
Syll_322 birth son of Aristeas Themison son of Demetrios Apo

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