Agenor - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Poseidon and Libya; king of Phoenicia.
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city founded by Cilix son of Agenor. Seleucus had a daug
been founded by Syrus son of Agenor. On the 23rd day of
(c. 200) the noble house of the Agenorids the glory won in an
- the father of Pithon, 4th century B.C.
; to Pithon the son of Agenor the part of India borderin
in India, Pithon, the son of Agenor, was sent. Of the
12 Python, the son of Agenor, was sent to the colonies
- in documents
good to you, to order Agenor the strategos to summon
ose under the control of Agenor the strategos, and to Theo
Agenor to Theodorus greetin
oras Peisistratos son of Agenor Thrason son of Anti
ore his time Pylius the son of Agenor. O gods, what a man
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