Agis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Agis   I - king of Sparta in the tenth century B.C.
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Euseb]:Chron_223 king for 42 years. After him, Agis reigned for one year.
Polyaen_02.13.1 ose who were guilty of killing Agis. Therefore those, who

  Agis 2   II - king of Sparta 427-400 B.C.
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Athen_12.543 luxury; on which account Agis said of Lysander, that Spart
Athen_13.574 beloved by the wife of Agis, used to go and hold his rev
Just_5.2 design from the wife of Agis, with whom he had an intrigu
Plut:Mor_190 han he. AGIS. King Agis said, The Lacedaemonians are not

  Agis 3   III - king of Sparta 338-331 B.C.
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Just_12.1 der, in which the war of Agis king of Sparta in Greece,
Plut:Agis_3 andorium in Italy. Agis was the eldest son of Archidamus,
Plut:Mor_191 That may be, said Agis, but the Lacedaemonians can reach
Polyaen_01.46.1 of destroying Athens. [46] & Agis. In a war with the Pel

  Agis 4   IV - king of Sparta 244-241 B.C.
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243/1 Agis IV becomes king of Sparta.
243/3 Agis wins some support for political reforms.
243/15 The Spartan assembly discusses Agis' proposed reforms.
242/10 King Leonidas II of Sparta is deposed by Agis.
241/1 Agis overthrows the Spartan ephorate.
241/16 Agis sets out to join Aratus at the Isthmus.
241/35 The character and achievements of Agis IV.
241/36 Agis is seized by his opponents, and executed.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Agis
    Within translations:
Plut:Agis_* 2-21 * mpare two Spartan kings, Agis and Cleomenes, who were not
Plut:Arat_31 confines of Megara ; and Agis, king of the Lacedaemonians,
Plut:Cleom_* 1-5 * [1] After Agis was put to death, Leonidas intended the

  Agis 5   of Elis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 572 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_201 race 52nd [572 B.C.] - Agis of Elis, stadion race 53rd

  Agis 6   - a general of Ptolemy I, king of Egypt
313/6 Agis, the general of Ptolemy, suppresses a revolt at Cyrene.

  Agis 7   of Arcadia - a general of the Greek mercenaries in Persia
Polyaen_07.18.1 Boeotia, Menon of Thessaly, Agis of Arcadia, and Socrat

  Agis 8   of Argos - a Greek poet, 4th century B.C.
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323/29 addressed to Alexander, by Agis, Anaxarchus, Antiphanes, Dioxippus,

  Agis   - in documents
Syll_559 (c. 207/6)   us, when Proxenos, Agis and Aristopamon went as
Syll_636 (178)   emaste}, the son of Agis; Kratesimachos of {Phthi


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