Coroebus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Elis - victor in the stadion race at the first Olympic Games, 776 B.C.
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Olympiad was held, in which Coroebus won the stadion
reeks First Olympiad: in which Coroebus of Elis won the
piad was established, in which Coroebus of Elis won the
- Athenian archon, 306 B.C.
Athenian archon: Coroebus
archus. Next were: Coroebus Euxenippus Pherecles Leostratu
us. There followed Coroebus, Euxenippus, Pherecles, Leostr
(306/5) n Koroibos was archon, in the
(306/5) . . . [B] When Koroibos was archon, in the tenth p
(302/1) chmae; and when Koroibos was archon archon [306/5]
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