Astyanax   - in ancient sources @

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  Astyanax   - son of Hector and Andromache
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_9.351 point of suffering the fate of Astyanax. But she turned
Ovid:Cons_429 sire and wife and child Astyanax and aged mother : yet

  Astyanax 2   of Miletus - victor in the pancration content at the Olympic games, 316 B.C.
316/23 Astyanax of Miletus wins the pancration contest at the Olympic games
    Within translations:
Athen_10.413 bit of it.   But Astyanax of Miletus, having gained the
Eratosth:Fr_8 any of the comic poets mention Astyanax of Miletus. He was

  Astyanax   - in documents
Syll_322 sios son of Anaximandros Astyanax son of Pythomandros
Syll_461 (254-244)   Aiolis, the son of Astyanax, has continually shown

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