Aristolochus   - in ancient sources @

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  Aristolochus   of Athens - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 344 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_205 race 109th [344 B.C.] - Aristolochus of Athens, stadion

  Aristolochus 2   - a "friend" of Seleucus IV of Syria
186/1a eria granting citizenship to Aristolochus, a "friend" of Seleucus,

  Aristolochus   - in documents
RC_25 (c. 240)   ngs. Diogeitos, Aristolochos and Theudotos, your en
Syll_322 ndros son of Mandrodikos Aristolochos son of Euagoras
Syll_381 (300-281)   ple, as proposed by Aristolochos the son of Nikod
Syll_382 (early 3rd cent.)   ple, as proposed by Aristolochos son of Nikodro
Syll_509 (225 or 221)   Flute-player (boys): Aristolochos of Boeotia, the
THI_80 (242)   e chief theoros Aristolochos son of Zmendron and th
THI_98 (250-200)   des Protarchos son of Aristolochos ,   on beha

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