Acamantis   - in ancient sources @

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  Acamantis   - an Athenian tribe
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_13.28 choruses of the tribe Acamantis, did the Hours, the com
DiogLaert_7.10 fth prytany of the tribe Acamantis, on the twenty-first
Philoch_25 TION & Cerameis: A deme of the Acamantis tribe, according
Syll_334 (306/5)   venth prytany of the Akamantis tribe, on the 24th
Syll_450 (c. 230-220)   t who belongs to the Akamantis tribe and the dem
Syll_667 (161/0)   of Euktaios, of the Akamantis tribe, as lampadarch

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