Archelaus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Archelaus   - a philosopher, 5th century B.C.
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Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Archelaus
    Within translations:
Diog_Laert_10.12 argued against him); and to Archelaus, the master of
Lucian:Macr_20 Dexinus and disciple of Archelaus the physicist, lived

  Archelaus 2   - king of Sparta in the 9th century B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_223 aus, who reigned for 44 years. Archelaus for 60 years. Tel
Euseb]:Chron_225 - for 44 years. Archelaus - for 60 years Teleclus - for

  Archelaus 3   - king of Macedonia, 413-399 B.C.
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Athen_05.217 471'a ], he says - " 'Archelaus, then, according to you
Athen_08.345 our minae every day from Archelaus, and that he spent them
ChronSynt_90 Perdiccas for 28 years Archelaus for 24 years Orestes
Euseb]:Chron_227 rdiccas was king for 22 years. Archelaus for 17 years. Aer
Euseb]:Chron_229 Perdiccas - for 23 years Archelaus - for 24 years Orestes
Plut:Mor_177 too. ARCHELAUS. Archelaus, when one of his companions

  Archelaus 4   - a dancer, and favourite of Antiochus II of Syria
246/36 tus, a reciter of mimes, and Archelaus, a dancer, with great honour.
    Within translations:
Athen_01.19 reciter of mimes, and Archelaus the dancer, according

  Archelaus 5   - commander of the forces of Antigonus Gonatas at Corinth
Plut:Arat_22 doubt what way to turn, Archelaus, who commanded the king
Plut:Arat_23 of Antigonus, he sent Archelaus, who was his prisoner,
Polyaen_06.5.1 Perseus the philosopher and Archelaus, general of the

  Archelaus 6   - a general of Mithridates VI of Pontus
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88/47 ing to his generals, and sends Archelaus over to the Greek mainland.
88/54 Archelaus and Menophanes capture Delos and other islands in the Aegea
88/55 Athens, with the support of Archelaus; he is later replaced by Arist
87/3 Q.Bruttius Sura(?) holds off Archelaus' attack near Chaeronea.
87/17 Sulla besieges Archelaus at Athens.
86/19 Inconclusive fighting between Archelaus and the Romans at Peiraeus.
86/26 Sulla captures Peiraeus, but Archelaus escapes by sea.
86/28 Archelaus joins up with Taxiles' army and faces Sulla near Elateia.
86/29 Sulla defeats Archelaus and destroys his army at Chaeronea.
86/33 Archelaus uses his fleet to loot coastal areas and sail to Chalcis.
86/41 and slaughters most of them; Archelaus escapes by hiding in a swamp.
86/47 Sulla and Archelaus start to negotiate about peace terms.
85/6 Sulla treats Archelaus with honour, and gives him a large estate
83/24 Archelaus escapes from Mithridates, and goes to join Murena.
74/23 Archelaus persuades the inhabitants of Heracleia to send some warship
72/5 Archelaus is captured while attempting to win over soldiers from Fimb
    Within translations:
GranLic_25 general. 64 [p25] Archelaus promptly added another [ten]
Memn_22 cavalry to his general Archelaus, and ordered him to mar
Memn_27 ogether, as was natural, Archelaus, the commander of the
Polyaen_08.9.2 ement at Orchomenus with Archelaus general of the Mithrida
Sall:Hist_4.67 ogress was frustrated by Archelaus, basest of slaves, who

  Archelaus 7   of Rhodes - the Greek teacher of C.Cassius
60/24 C.Cassius is taught by Archelaus at Rhodes.

  Archelaus 8   - son of Archelaus; consort of Berenice IV of Egypt
56/35 Archelaus is installed as the consort of Berenice.
55/10 inius invades Egypt, defeats Archelaus and reinstates Ptolemy
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Joseph:AJ_14.99 which he sent against Archelaus, with corn, and weapons

  Archelaus 9   - son of Herodes; ruler of Judaea, 4 B.C. - 6 A.D.
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Athen_13.598 endant on the steward of Archelaus; until at last Fate fou
ChronPasc_469 Judaea. After Herodes, his son Archelaus [was king] for
ChronSynt_95 and god was born. Archelaus the son of Herodes for 9 year
Hieron:Chron_2021 196.1 * . [2021] Archelaus [became] leader of the Jews,
Hieron:Chron_2029 ninth year of his reign, Archelaus was banished to Vienna,
Joseph:AJ_20.249 ons of Asamonaeus. Archelaus also, Herodes's son, did like
Joseph:AJ_20.251 and under the reign of Archelaus his son, although, afte
Malal_223 ocia, which was ruled by Archelaus, and the tetrarchy of
Malal_224 of Palestine, and king Archelaus changed the name of Maz
NicDam_136 were victorious. Archelaus, the heir [of Herodes], saile

  Archelaus 10   - king of Cappadocia, 36 B.C. - 17 A.D.
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Festus:Brev.11 Claudius Caesar, when Archelaus, King of the Cappadocia
Hieron:Chron_2036 Among these was Archelaus of Cappadocia; his kingdom

  Archelaus 11   of Miletus - a harp-player
Athen_01.19 the Milesians erected one to Archelaus the harp-player.

  Archelaus 12   of Chersonesus - a poet of the 3rd or 2nd century B.C.
Athen_12.554 ing the goddess Callipygos, as Archelaus also relates in

  Archelaus 13   - Athenian archon, 211 B.C.
211/_ Athenian archon: Archelaus
    Within translations:
Syll_536 (211/0)   n Archelaos was archon, in the inte

  Archelaus 14   - an ancient priest of Apollo Carneius at Sicyon
Euseb]:Chron_175 Carneius. The first priest was Archelaus, for one year.

  Archelaus 15   - son of Amyntas III of Macedonia
Just_7.4 Eurynoe; he had also by Gygaea Archelaus, Aridaeus, and

  Archelaus   - in documents
Inscr_126 (230-210)   , and Menoitas son of Archelaos was archon in Elate
Inscr_24 (early 2nd cent.)   ordance with the law: Archelaos of Delphi, the so
Inscr_64 (263-236)   sp; ;   sponsor: Archelaos of Arsinoē
Inscr_67 (c. 208)   Pergamon, the son of Archelaos Metrodoros of Perga
SelPap_1.122 of the legion, from Aurelius Archelaus, his benefici
SelPap_2.259 ourse of the proceedings Archelaus, advocate, said : G
Syll_585 (197-175)   r were Habromachos, Archelaos and Xenon: When
Syll_610 (190)   Pyrrhos of Naupaktos Archelaos of Plygonion Damain
Syll_659 (c. 165/4)   year were Athambos, Archelaos and Dion, it was re

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