Cleomenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Sparta, (?) 520-490 B.C.
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his madness," he says, " Cleomenes cut his own flesh into
rest of their journey.  & Cleomenes. In a war between
 Telesilla. Cleomenes king of Sparta defeated the
II - king of Sparta, 370-309 B.C.
The death of Acrotatus, son of Cleomenes (? = grandson of Gyrtias).
saying of Cleomenes II, about some fighting cocks.
Areus succeeds Cleomenes II as king of Sparta.
left two sons, Agesipolis and Cleomenes. Agesipolis, aft
III - king of Sparta, 236-222 B.C.
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The education of Cleomenes, and his marriage to Agiatis.
of Leonidas II, and accession of Cleomenes III as king of Sparta.
Cleomenes of Sparta seizes Belbina, on the border with Megalopolis.
The Spartan ephors recall Cleomenes from Arcadia.
Cleomenes confronts the Achaean army at Pallantium, but Aratus preven
Cleomenes defeats Aratus in a battle by Mt. Lycaeum.
Cleomenes kills his opponent Archidamus.
Cleomenes defeats the Achaeans at Ladoceia, where Lydiades is killed.
Cleomenes has the ephors killed.
Cleomenes reforms the Spartan constitution, and attempts to reimpose
Cleomenes invades the territory of Megalopolis.
Cleomenes captures Mantineia.
Cleomenes heavily defeats the Achaeans at the battle of Hecatombaeum.
The Achaeans negotiate with Cleomenes, and offer him the leadership
breakdown of the negotiations between the Achaeans and Cleomenes.
eserts the Achaeans and join Cleomenes, along with Caphyae, Pellene,
The inhabitants of Corinth transfer their allegiance to Cleomenes.
eans, led by Aratus, appeal to Antigonus for help against Cleomenes.
Cleomenes invades the territory of Sicyon.
rage Argos to revolt against Cleomenes, which forces him to retreat
Cleomenes sends his mother as a hostage to Egypt.
ures some forts belonging to Cleomenes, near Aegys and Belbina in Arc
Cleomenes enters Megalopolis in a surprise attack, but is forced out
Cleomenes raises extra troops by freeing helots, and captures Megalop
Cleomenes devastates the countryside around Argos, without meeting
Cleomenes leads a second raid against Argos.
King Ptolemy withdraws his subsidy to Cleomenes.
Antigonus enters Laconia and encamps opposite Cleomenes at Sellasia.
eral remarks about the war between Cleomenes and the Achaean League.
ral remarks about the reign of Cleomenes, a brave but ruthless king.
Antigonus defeats Cleomenes at Sellasia, and forces him to escape fro
Cleomenes takes refuge in Alexandria, where Ptolemy gives him a
Ptolemy puts Cleomenes under house arrest, at the instigation
Cleomenes fails to enjoy the entertainment at a banquet in Egypt, bec
Cleomenes is killed while attempting to escape.
lf-denial." [21.] But Cleomenes was a man of eminent
the Achaeans, defeated Cleomenes the king of the Spartan
these proceedings, king Cleomenes returned, with his whol
lected Lycurgus in the room of Cleomenes. And that no cha
ed, possibly by the friends of Cleomenes.  & Plut:Arat
us, because of his mistrust of Cleomenes.  & Polyb_2.5
galopolis refuse to join Cleomenes, after the capture of
draws his financial support of Cleomenes.  & Plut:Cleo
Spartan kings, Agis and Cleomenes, who were not inferior
Plut:Arat_* 35-46 *
aeans should engage with Cleomenes, whose spirit and power
Plut:Cleom_* 1-10 *
own home, and given to his son Cleomenes. Cleomenes was
Plut:Cleom_* 13-28 *
they applied to Cleomenes, who not only bore the title,
Plut:Cleom_* 31-39 *
isle of Cythera, where Cleomenes first touched, he saile
(221) at took place against Kleomenes at Sellasia, I gran
- a rhapsodist
of Simonides. And Cleomenes the rhapsodist, at the Olympi
now Gnesippus, nor & Cleomenes with all his nine-strin
of Rhegium - Greek poet, 5th century B.C.
ve-songs & Of Sappho, Meletus, Cleomenes, and Lamynthius.
of Naucratis - governor of Egypt, under Alexander the Great
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Ptolemy kills Cleomenes, the previous governor of Egypt.
borders upon Egypt, with Cleomenes, formerly governor of
common soldier; 11 and Cleomenes, who had built Alexandr
of Alexander. Now Cleomenes the Naucrititan and Deinacrat
reading the letter sent Cleomenes, overseer of Egypt, to
of Syracuse - an officer of Verres in Sicily
coast of Sicily, and defeat Cleomenes of Syracuse, who has been put
- in documents
(197-185) s son of Nikokrates, Kleomenes son of Nikiadas, Ech
(281) hanos son of Mykkas Kleomenes son of Hermagoras Ari
(278) omenes dedicated this to Athen
(c. 220) as of . . .], Kleomenes of Kyphaira, Ageas [of Am
(148) t;} for the safety of Kleomenes, the governor of
(c. 130) das, Ageas son of Nikodamos, Kleomenes son of . . .
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