Adeimantus   - in ancient sources @

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  Adeimantus   - son of Ocytus; the commander of the Corinthians at the battle of Salamis
Wikipedia entry
Plut:Mor_185 that pretence. & Adeimantus was afraid to hazard a sea-f
Simonid_7.347 This is the tomb of that Adeimantus & through whose couns

  Adeimantus 2   of Lampsacus - one of the flatterers of Demetrius Poliorcetes
301/4a Eretrian decree in honour of Adeimantus, a friend of Demetrius.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.253 honour of Burichus, and Adeimantus, and Oxythemis, his
Athen_6.255 Demetrius the king was Adeimantus of Lampsacus, who havi
THI_37 (302)   Adeimantos to king Demetrio

  Adeimantus 4   - Spartan ephor, killed in 220 B.C.
220/35 The murder of Adeimantus, a pro-Macedonian Spartan ephor.

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