Cineas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a companion of Pyrrhus king of Epirus, who was sent as envoy to Rome
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Pyrrhus sends Cineas ahead to Tarentum.
Cineas arrives at Rome as the ambassador of Pyrrhus, and unsuccessful
Cineas returns to Pyrrhus, and calls the Roman senate "a parliament
Cineas goes to Rome again, but he is unable to negotiate peace terms.
or Theodectes, ** or that Cineas, ** who was sent to
gainst any acceptance of Cineas' offers : CICERO : When
in my heart ?  & Cineas reports to Pyrrhus his fai
ratify the treaty, Cineas was sent to Rome by Pyrrhus with
Roman people, King Pyrrhus's envoy Cineas knew those of the senate
to Pyrrhus, and heard Cineas the Thessalian telling the
of Athens - father of Thallus, 4th century B.C.
ians, Thallus the son of Cineas, and Glaucus the son of
of Athens - brother of Demetrius, 4th century B.C.
lso: Pausanias, 4.27'1]  & Cineas. In a battle near
- in documents
(c. 263) akleia, the son of Kineas Herakleitos of Halikar
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