Aristeas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Proconnesus - an ancient Greek poet and adventurer, of the 7th century B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
set up at the time when Aristeas of Proconnesus was sojou
of Stratoniceia - victor in wrestling at the Olympic games, 13 A.D.
pus], stadion race Aristeas of Stratoniceia or (?) Maeande
of Miletus - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 121 A.D.
225th [121 A.D.] - Aristeas of Miletus, stadion race 226th
- in documents
(c. 201) ia], greetings. Aristeas [and the other envoys from
lonios Lysimachos son of Aristeas Menekles son of Hier
(272-260) ston of (?) Daiana, Aristeas of Istoria, Hageson of
(225 or 221) ral dancer (boys): Aristeas of Sikyon, the son of
(197-175) akleia, the son of Aristeas When the archon was
(201/0) as son of Kallikrates Aristeas son of Menedamos Phi
(188-186) er: Menexenos son of Aristeas Demetrios son of Poli
(c. 210) aon son of Euormidas, Aristeas son of Nikon secreta
(early 2nd cent.) chares, Philon son of Aristeas and Melission [F] &O
(197-159) of Alexandros son of Aristeas, Menoitas son of Pol
(189-167) d Hekatomnos son of Aristeas son of Alexandros, Leo
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