Aristomenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- leader of the Messenians in their war against the Spartans, 7th century B.C.
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ans claim, was killed by Aristomenes, the Lacedaemonians
over the Lacedaemonians, Aristomenes, the general of the
crifice to the Dioscuri, Aristomenes the Messenian and a
- regent of Egypt for the young Ptolemy V; killed in 193 B.C.
olian is put to death after being accused of treason by Aristomenes.
Aristomenes is put to death by Ptolemy V.
of Gomphi in Thessaly - father of Phyrinus, 2nd century B.C.
risa. Then Phyrinus the son of Aristomenes, from Gomphi.
of Rhodes - victor in the wrestling contest at the Olympic games, 156 B.C.
Aristomenes of Rhodes is Olympic victor in both the wrestling and the
eonidas for a third time Aristomenes of Rhodes was the thi
- a Spartan commander who fought in support of Dionysius, 4th century B.C.
an infectious disease.  & Aristomenes. When Aristomen
- in documents
(c. 216) om Alyzeia : Aristomenes son of Menneias Whe
(early 2nd century) ch race leader: Aristomenes son of Aristippo
(306-301) mselves . . . Aristomenes] and Aristagoras son of A
(311-306) os son of Alkaimenes Aristomenes son of Parmenon Ap
(163) ios son of Ap... Aristomenes Straton Herothemis son
rhetoric the Athenian Aristomenes, of philosophy Aristo
been elected archon with Aristomenes] the son of Phi
from Demetrius son of Aristomenes, of the Hermopo
(326/5) rateuas gave to Aristomenes a plot of arable land o
(c. 320 +) 's wrestling contest: Aristomenes of Argos, the so
(261-248) of Epameinon Aristomenes son of Dionysios Diotre
(soon after 235/4) konion, the son of Aristomenes, and to crown him
(c. 263) hrantides of (?) Dion Aristomenes from Ano Lophos
(c. 222/1) , the son of Olympion Aristomenes of Oropos, the
(155/4) the assumption that Aristomenes, the first name in
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