Andron - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - proposed the prosecution of Antiphon and others, in 411 B.C.
ene was president. Andron moved in regard to those men,
- an associate of Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse; executed for treason
eign expedition, he left Andron in charge of the fortress
- an Egyptian of the 3rd century B.C., (?) manager of a temple bank
PEleph_13, a letter from Andron to Milon.
- a pirate chief, 3rd century B.C.
machus, managed to bribe Andron, the pirate-chief, to betr
- of Alexandria, the author of a chronicle
of Barce, and also that Andron, in his Chronicles, him
- in documents
(c. 128-100) renowned power of Andron, she was the mother of
eing Diomedes, Polycles, Andron, Theophanes, Maeandr
ros son of Philippos 300 Andron son of Ktesias &[ 3
(254/3 or 250/49) phians: Aristokrates, Andron Boeotians: Phăei
(228/7-212/1) etos of . . . Andron of Hamaxanteia → inscri
(190-140) Aristokrates son of Andron Dionysios son of Epikrat
(early 2nd cent.) , Agathon, Eukles and Andron The sale contract was
(263-236) of the council were Damon, Andron and Menandros. &r
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