Asclepiodorus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a scribe who supported Eurydice against Antipater
which she was assisted by Asclepiodorus the scribe and
- Athenian archon, (?) 36 B.C.
Athenian archon: (?) Asclepiodorus
- in documents
(274/3) Athens, the son of Asklepiodoros, proxeny, priority
(c. 222/1) Koroneia, the son of Asklepiodoros Akrotatos of Th
(197-175) hyrion, the son of Asklepiodoros When the archon
(c. 180) des son of Kalliteles Asklepiodoros son of Kydimos
(178) Phalanna, the son of Asklepiodorus The sacred lands
(early 2nd cent.) d the secretary was Asklepiodoros of Dardanos the s
(late 3rd cent.) Antioch, the son of Asklepiodoros, while staying wi
(173-169) ekrates second: Asklepiodoros of Erythrai, t
(242) llaeans. When Asklepiodoros was priest, in the mont
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