Ameinias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an opponent of the Athenian tyrant Lachares
the son of Calliphon and Ameinias took refuge in the templ
- a pirate chief, 3rd century B.C.
persuaded the famous pirate Ameinias to assist him. Ame
- a philosopher, contemporary with Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
on the Disjunctive Reasons of Ameinias. The fourth set
- archon of Delphi, (?) 258/7 B.C.
(c. 258/7) the archon was Ameinias and the members of the cou
- in documents
(270) Delphians: Athambos, Ameinias Phokians: Pyles, Kap
(c. 213-203) oys, namely: Ameinias, Pancharidas, Sotimos, Arc
(c. 140) s, and Kriton son of Ameinias and Polykles son of P
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