Archias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Corinth - the founder of Syracuse, 8th century B.C.
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temperance, sailing with Archias to Sicily when he was abo
- Athenian archon, 346 B.C.
Theophilus Themistocles Archias Eubulus Lyciscus Pythodot
chised occurred in the time of Archias, who succeeded Them
were Theophilus, Themistocles, Archias and Eubulus. In the
and how it occurred when Archias was archon [346/5], are
of Thurii, the "exile-hunter", late 4th century B.C.
Antipater sends Archias to capture the Athenian exiles.
Hypereides is captured by Archias on the island of Aegina, and is put
sentence. 14 How Archias the Thurian, who put them to
of Poseidon. When Archias came thither, - who, from his
he was apprehended by Archias, surnamed Phygadotheres,
of Athens - a hierophant associated with courtesans, 4th century B.C.
name, whose keeper is Archias; but your friend Philonid
116 ]: "And you punished Archias the hierophant, when he
of Corinth - the architect of a ship built by Hieron, 3rd century B.C.
having appointed Archias the Corinthian the superintende
- Egyptian governor of Cyprus, 2nd century B.C.
Archias the governor of Cyprus accepts bribes from Demetrius, but is
(A. Licinius Archias) - a Greek poet from Antioch, 1st century B.C.
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The poet Archias comes to Rome, and composes a poem on the war agains
The poet Archias is made a citizen of Heracleia, through the influenc
Q.Metellus, as praetor, enrols the poet Archias as a Roman citizen.
The poet Archias accompanies Lucullus in Asia.
Cic:Arch_, Cicero's speech in defence of the poet Archias.
CICERO, Oratio pro Archia
xty days. Licinius Archias was unable to provide the neces
- the first prytanis of Pergamon
(117-138AD) [A] Archias [ordained that prytaneis]
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(117-238 A.D.) [A] Archias [ordained that prytaneis]
(163) igenes Eupolemos Archias Kleisippos Timarchides Bat
the canal called that of Archias by which the holdin
(c. 320 +) of Argos, the son of Archias Men's pentathlon: And
(239/8) axanteia, the son of Archias, acting as secretary
(soon after 235/4) stodoros of Leukonion Archias of Anakaia Diogene
(c. 213-203) , Archedamos, Euanor, Archias and Nikoboulos, prese
(155/4) son of Herakleitos Archias of Pallene, the son of
(c. 165/4) ē, the son of Archias; concerning what the
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