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- a general of the Persian king, 4th century B.C.
ves masters of Salamis.  Athenodorus. After Athenodo
of Imbros - set free by Alexander the Great at the request of Phocion
ratides the sophist, and Athenodorus the Imbrian, as also
of Soli - father of the poet Aratus
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of the poet Aratus was Athenodorus, and his mother was
of Soli - son of Athenodorus; brother of the poet Aratus
led Myris, Caliondas and Athenodorus, who had the same nam
- Athenian archon, 239 B.C.
Athenian archon: Athenodorus
(239/8) the year of Athenodoros as archon, in the twe
of Rhodes - son of Pisagoras; a merchant of the 3rd century B.C.
ustin_115, a decree of Histiaea in honour of Athenodorus of Rhodes.
- a pirate chief, 1st century B.C.
Athenodorus, a pirate chief, devastates Delos, but Triarius restores
Cordylio - stoic philosopher, and friend of M.Cato
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Cato returns to Rome, accompanied by the philosopher Athenodorus.
The philosopher Athenodorus spends the last part of his life with Cat
out of their books by Athenodorus, the Stoic, who was
from his army to visit Athenodorus; and Scipio sent for
Cananites - stoic philosopher, and friend of the emperor Augustus
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schievous of beasts? And Athenodorus, in his treatise on
pus, and Archedemus, and Athenodorus, and Antipater, and
Antipater of Tarsus, and Athenodorus, both assert that off
atise on Divination, and Athenodorus and Poseidonius, in
opositions, addressed to Athenodorus; one on Privative Pro
024] [2023 in Ar.] Athenodorus of Tarsus, a stoic philosop
the plain speaking of Athenodorus, and instead of resen
ivine, eighty-one. Athenodorus, son of Sandon, of Tarsus,
drinking-bowl. & Athenodorus the philosopher, by reason
of Soli - a pupil of Zenon, 3rd century B.C.
seidonius of Alexandria; Athenodorus of Soli; and Zenon,
of Teos - a harp-player, 4th century B.C.
Aristonymus the Athenian, and Athenodorus of Teos. And
- the father of Polyaenus, an Epicurean philosopher
Lampsacus, the son of Athenodorus, was a man of mild
- an Egyptian dioecetes, early 2nd century B.C,
BD_32A, a letter to Athenodorus the dioecetes, concerning the regist
of Aegium, victor in the Olympic games in 49 A.D. and 53 A.D.
race 207th [49 A.D.] - Athenodorus of Aegium, stadion
- in documents
(c. 158-138) atonike. [C] Athenodoros son of Herakleitos dedi
(150-133) s, Apollodoros son of Athenodoros, Diogenes son of
(163) thenaios Kleostratos Athenodoros Symmachos Demetrio
year 364; Neocles son of Athenodorus sets free, by Z
(270/69) onis tribe, for which Athenodoros of Acharnai the
Lykophron son of Eudemos Athenodoros son of Drymon Z
(c. 208) s shall be granted to Athenodoros, the commander of
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