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  Demetrius   Poliorcetes - king of Macedonia, 294-287 B.C.
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319/5 The birth of Antigonus Gonatas, the son of Demetrius.
314/24 Antigonus leaves his son Demetrius in charge in Syria, and marches
313/25 Demetrius takes his army by forced marches to Mallus, but arrives aft
312/12 Antigonus rebukes the young Demetrius during a battle.
312/13 Ptolemy defeats Demetrius at the battle of Gaza.
311/2 Demetrius defeats Cilles, the general of Ptolemy.
311/13 Demetrius leads a raid against the Nabataeans.
311/14 Demetrius persuades Antigonus to attempt to extract asphalt from the
310/6 Demetrius leads a raid against Babylonia, during which he briefly gai
310/19 Demetrius defeats the generals of Ptolemy in Cilicia.
307/12 Demetrius the son of Antigonus captures Peiraeus and expels Demetrius
307/17 Demetrius captures Megara.
307/22 Demetrius captures and destroys Munychia.
307/30 ans grant extravagant honours to Demetrius and his father Antigonus.
306/5 Demetrius defeats Menelaus and begins to besiege Salamis.
306/12 Demetrius heavily defeats Ptolemy in a naval battle off Salamis.
306/13 Demetrius takes control of Cyprus, but allows Menelaus to escape
306/19 Antigonus and his son Demetrius adopt the title of King.
305/2a cree in honour of residents at the court of Antigonus and Demetrius.
305/10 Demetrius arrives at Rhodes and begins to besiege the city.
305/11a decree of the League of Islanders at Delos, in honour of Demetrius.
305/17 The Rhodians repel Demetrius' first attack on their harbour.
305/21 ians repel another attack by Demetrius, by land and sea; after which
305/25 Demetrius constructs a large siege engine, which is called a Helepoli
305/26 Demetrius begins to be called Poliorcetes, "the Besieger".
304/1 ans send out ships to attack Demetrius' supply bases, and Menedemus
304/1 ply bases, and Menedemus captures a ship sent by Phila to Demetrius.
304/2 Demetrius prevents the destruction of a picture by Protogenes.
304/4 Demetrius fails to bribe Athenagoras, one of the Rhodian commanders,
304/6 ttack by the Rhodians forces Demetrius to pull back his siege machine
304/8 Demetrius captures the island of Salamis.
304/9 other unsuccessful attack by Demetrius, during which the Rhodian magi
304/9 rrange a short truce between Demetrius and the Rhodians, which is fol
304/10 Demetrius agrees to end the siege of Rhodes, through the mediation
304/11 Demetrius leaves behind his siege engines for the Rhodians to keep.
304/16 Demetrius crosses to Greece and captures Chalcis.
304/21 Demetrius drives Cassander's army out of Attica and pursues it as far
304/23 The Athenians grant further honours to Demetrius.
303/1 Demetrius' licentious behaviour during his winter stay at Athens, esp
303/1 ena; Democles commits suicide to escape the attentions of Demetrius.
303/10 Demetrius captures Sicyon, and moves the city to a different site.
303/14 Demetrius captures Corinth, and then Bura, Scyrus, Orchomenus, and
303/15 odemus of Messene transfers his support from Cassander to Demetrius.
303/16 of Herodorus the trumpeter, Demetrius captures Argos, where he marri
302/1 Demetrius creates a new Hellenic League, and is appointed its leader.
302/2 Breakdown of negotiations between Cassander and Demetrius.
302/5 Demetrius is initiated into the mysteries at Eleusis, even through
302/6 Lamia holds a banquet at Athens in honour of Demetrius.
302/8 Pyrrhus is forced to leave Epirus, and goes to join Demetrius.
302/15 Demetrius invades Thessaly.
302/19 Demetrius is ordered by Antigonus to return to Asia, and he agrees
301/4 an Athenian decree in honour of Oxythemis,a supporter of Demetrius.
301/4a Eretrian decree in honour of Adeimantus, a friend of Demetrius.
301/5 350-351, a decree of Byzantium in honour of Antigonus and Demetrius.
301/6a decree of Ephesus in honour of Archestratus, a friend of Demetrius.
301/12 Demetrius and Antigonus quarrel about Demetrius' mistress Demo.
301/13 Demetrius and Lysimachus exchange insults.
301/16 The close relationship between Demetrius and his father Antigonus.
301/19 Demetrius escapes to Ephesus.
301/25 Demetrius thwarts a plot by Diodorus to betray Ephesus.
301/26 The Athenians refuse to support Demetrius.
300/13 Demetrius leaves Pyrrhus in charge of his garrisons in Greece, and
298/3 Seleucus meets Demetrius at Rhossus, and marries his daughter Straton
298/4 Demetrius seizes control of Cilicia.
298/5 Demetrius marries the daughter of Ptolemy.
298/8 Demetrius sends Pyrrhus to Ptolemy "as a hostage".
298/13 Demetrius and Seleucus quarrel over Tyre and Sidon.
296/8 Demetrius captures Samaria.
295/14b Demetrius is appointed "stephanephoros" of Miletus.
295/18 Demetrius attacks Athens, but loses part of his fleet in a storm.
295/24 Demetrius is wounded while besieging Messene.
295/25 ends 150 ships in an attempt to break Demetrius' blockade of Athens.
294/3 Demetrius captures Athens, after it is abandoned by Lachares.
294/4 an Athenian decree in honour of Herodorus, a friend of Demetrius.
294/10 Demetrius defeats the Spartan king Archidamus near Mantineia, and att
294/17 Coalition of Lysimachus, Seleucus, and Ptolemy against Demetrius.
294/19 Demetrius murders Alexander, expels Antipater, and becomes king of
293/10 Demetrius gains control of Thessaly and Boeotia.
293/11 Demetrius founds the city of Demetrias.
293/16 to revolt by Cleonymus of Sparta, but is recaptured by Demetrius.
291/5 Demetrius drives Pyrrhus out of Thessaly.
291/6 Demetrius and his son Antigonus recapture Thebes after a second revol
291/7a Inscr_93, a letter of Demetrius concerning the territory of Demetria
290/9 Demetrius holds the Pythian games at Athens, instead of Delphi.
290/14 hus, and becomes the wife of Demetrius, who thus gains control of Cor
289/3 Agathocles sends his son to arrange an alliance with Demetrius.
289/4 Pyrrhus defeats Pantauchus, the general of Demetrius.
289/6 Demetrius makes himself unpopular with his subjects by his haughty
289/7 Pyrrhus invades Macedonia, but is driven out by Demetrius.
289/8 Demetrius assembles an army and fleet to invade Asia.
288/1 lemaeus, Lysimachus, and Pyrrhus form a coalition against Demetrius.
288/14 Demetrius advances against Lysimachus, but returns when he receives
288/17 army deserts to Pyrrhus, and Demetrius loses control of Macedonia.
288/21 Demetrius tours the Greek states in an attempt to rally support.
287/8 Demetrius makes peace with Pyrrhus and the Athenians.
287/10 Menedemus is sent as ambassador from Eretria to Demetrius.
287/11 Demetrius lands in Asia.
286/1 Demetrius wins over Ionia and Sardis.
286/16 Demetrius marches inland, pursued by Agathocles son of Lysimachus.
286/18 Pyrrhus attacks Demetrius' garrisons in Thessaly.
286/19 Negotiations between Demetrius and Seleucus.
286/20 Inconclusive fighting between the armies of Demetrius and Seleucus.
285/1 The policy of Demetrius towards the Greek states.
285/2 Demetrius is advised not to build a canal across the Corinthian Isthm
285/3 Demetrius complains to the Romans about the activities of Italian pir
285/4a bodyguard of Demetrius is killed after entering the oracle of Troph
285/5 Cynaethus indulges in absurd flattery of Demetrius.
285/6 Seleucus captures Demetrius.
285/7 Seleucus puts Demetrius under a strong armed guard.
285/15 rejects Lysimachus' advice that Demetrius should be put to death.
285/17 Demetrius hands over control of his remaining possessions to Antigonu
282/22 Demetrius Poliorcetes builds huge warships, with up to 15 banks of
282/23 The character and achievements of Demetrius Poliorcetes.
282/24 Death of Demetrius Poliorcetes.
282/25 The funeral of Demetrius.
280/17 Ptolemy Ceraunus defeats Antigonus the son of Demetrius.
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Demetrius

  Demetrius 2   II - king of Macedonia, 239-229 B.C.
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261/10 vades Macedonia, but is defeated by Demetrius, the son of Antigonus.
253/18 Demetrius son of Antigonus marries Stratonice, the daughter of Antioc
248/1a Syll_459, three letters from Demetrius to the governor of Beroea.
238/5 Stratonice leaves Demetrius and joins her nephew Seleucus in Syria.
238/6 The marriage of Demetrius and Phthia, daughter of Alexander of Epirus
238/15 The birth of Philippus, the son of Demetrius and Phthia.
237/4b The outbreak of war (the "Demetrian War") in Attica.
234/5c in Attica, in honour of Dicaearchus, a general of Demetrius II.
234/8 Demetrius invades Boeotia, and detaches it from Aetolia.
232/4 move to a new site, as a result of Demetrius' attacks on Aetolia.
230/4 The Dardani invade Macedonia and defeat Demetrius.
229/1a SEG_60.605, a letter of Demetrius concerning a citizen of Pythium
229/2 remark at a banquet about the young Philippus, son of Demetrius.
229/3 The death of Demetrius II, who leaves Antigonus as the guardian of
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ChronSynt_90 Antigonus for 15 years Demetrius for 10 years [91] Antig
Euseb]:Chron_237 was succeeded by his son Demetrius, who conquered the whol
Euseb]:Chron_* 241-249 * Gonatas - for 34 years Demetrius the Fair - for 10 years
ExcBarb_44A gonus Gonatas for 35 years 36. Demetrius for 10 years 37.
Hieron:Chron_1774 134.2 * . [1774] Demetrius [became king] of Macedonia
Inscr_39 (235/4)   w stationed by king Demetrios on the headland of th
Just_26.2 army. 11 His son Demetrius, however, though but a boy,
Just_28.1 she addressed herself to Demetrius king of Macedonia, and
Plut:Arat_17 it by means of his son Demetrius, sent him to make her
Plut:Arat_34 death of Antigonus, and Demetrius' accession to the thron
Polyaen_04.6.1 between her and his son Demetrius, and the splendour of
Polyaen_04.18.1 ious. [18] Philippus, son of Demetrius. When Philippu
Polyaen_04.18.2 Philippus son of Demetrius, when engaged in a war with
SEG_38.603 (202-197)   lippos son of king [Demetrios, and these will agree
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   nian people and king [Demetrios] and queen [Phthia]
Syll_518 (222)   igonos, son of king Demetrios, [with the Macedoni
Syll_573 (c. 220-217)   ians, the son of king Demetrios, dedicated these sp
Syll_574 (217-201)   edonians, the son of king Demetrios, dedicated
Syll_575 (217-201)   lippos, son of [king] Demetrios, on account of his

  Demetrius 3   I Soter - king of Syria, 161-150 B.C.
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178/4b Demetrius replaces Antiochus as a Syrian hostage at Rome. ^
162/6 Demetrius makes a second unsuccessful appeal to the senate for his
162/7 Demetrius escapes from Italy.
162/10 Demetrius arrives at Tripolis and proclaims himself king.
161/4 Demetrius captures and kills Antiochus V and Lysias.
160/6 Demetrius suppresses a rebellion by Timarchus, satrap of Media.
160/7 Demetrius gains official Roman recognition as king of Syria, with the
160/15 Eumenes and Demetrius give gifts of grain to the Rhodians.
159/2 embassy from Demetrius appears before the senate.
157/3 Attalus sets up Alexander Balas as a rival to Demetrius.
155/8 Orophernes, the brother of Ariarathes, plots against Demetrius.
154/7 Cyprus accepts bribes from Demetrius, but is detected and commits
152/7 Demetrius frees the Jewish hostages in Jerusalem.
152/16 Demetrius sends Andriscus to Rome.
151/2 Demetrius makes further concessions to the Jews, including an exempti
151/13 Demetrius defeats Alexander Balas.
150/6 Demetrius is alleged to be frequently drunk.
150/7 Demetrius is defeated and killed by the army of Alexander Balas.
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Athen_05.210 ntiochus, and the son of Demetrius, according to the accou
Athen_10.440 History [ 33.19 ], that Demetrius, when he fled after hav
ChronPasc_441 until the fifth year of Demetrius Soter and the time of
ChronSynt_92 chus Eupator for 2 years Demetrius for 12 years Alexander
Diod_40.2 when they rebelled from Demetrius, had sent envoys to the
Eupolemus_4 the fifth year of king Demetrius, and the twelfth year
Euseb]:Chron_253 six months. Then Demetrius, who had been given to the
Euseb]:Chron_263 for 1 year and 6 months Demetrius Soter - for 12 years
ExcBarb_46A chus Eupator for 2 years Demetrius Soter for 12 years Anti
GranLic_10 be made king, although Demetrius declared that he had
Hieron:Chron_1855 154.3 * . [1855] Demetrius Soter [became king of Macedon
Hieron:Chron_1860 against the generals of Demetrius, after he had been high
Hieron:Chron_1862 Bacchides the general of Demetrius out of Judaea, and beca
Joseph:AJ_12.389 389] About the same time Demetrius, the son of Seleucus,
Joseph:AJ_12.390 death by the command of Demetrius, when Antiochus had rei
Joseph:AJ_12.393 one. [393] At this Demetrius was very angry, and sent Bacc
Joseph:AJ_12.397 returned to Antioch to king Demetrius. [398] But Alcimu
Joseph:AJ_* 12.400-403 * apply himself to king Demetrius for his assistance; [40
Joseph:AJ_12.415 ends, and would write to Demetrius that he would not fight
Joseph:AJ_12.420 & [420] But when Demetrius was informed of the death of
Joseph:AJ_13.23 peace, they sent to king Demetrius, and excited him to sen
Joseph:AJ_* 13.35-39 * they were at enmity with Demetrius, on account of his inso
Joseph:AJ_13.43 ander knew what promises Demetrius had made Jonathan, and
Joseph:AJ_13.44 him their friend against Demetrius, it was more for their
Joseph:AJ_13.47 greatly grieved Demetrius when he heard of it, and made
Joseph:AJ_13.48 are these: [48] "King Demetrius to Jonathan, and to the
Joseph:AJ_* 13.58-61 * ses." [58] This was what Demetrius promised and granted
Joseph:AJ_13.80 metor. [4.] & [80] Demetrius being thus slain in battle,
Just_34.3 the people, his uncle Demetrius, who was a hostage at
Just_35.1 th. BOOK 35 [35.1] Demetrius, having possessed himself of
Just_36.1 gain returned to the family of Demetrius. Antiochus, reme
Just_36.3 On revolting from Demetrius, and soliciting the favour
OGIS_246 (160-120)   s Epiphanes {IV} the divine Demetrios Soter {I} .

  Demetrius 4   II Nicator - king of Syria, 145-125 B.C.
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147/14 Demetrius II invades Syria.
147/20 Jonathan defeats Apollonius, the general of Demetrius.
146/14 maeus VI transfers his support from Alexander Balas to Demetrius II.
145/19 eus' army returns to Egypt, and Demetrius II gains control of Syria.
145/25 Jonathan meets Demetrius at Ptolemais, and wins his support.
145/30 Demetrius' Cretan and Jewish mercenaries massacre the inhabitants of
144/7 ecisive battle near Asor between Jonathan and the army of Demetrius.
142/4 wins fresh concessions from Demetrius, and the Jews are in effect
140/5 Demetrius invades Mesopotamia.
139/11 Demetrius is captured by the Parthians.
129/2 Phraates releases Demetrius.
129/9 Demetrius is established as king.
129/29 Cleopatra II appeals to Demetrius for help against Ptolemy.
128/1 Demetrius attempts to invade Egypt.
128/5 The Syrians defect from Demetrius in his absence.
126/8 Alexander Zabinas defeats Demetrius near Damascus.
125/2 Demetrius is killed at Tyre.
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Athen_05.211 which all men bore to Demetrius, concerning whom our
Athen_08.333 Sarpedon, the general of Demetrius, near the city of Ptole
ChronPasc_444 lexander, in marriage to Demetrius, Alexander's successor
ChronSynt_92 Alexander for 10 years Demetrius for 3 years Antiochus
Diod_33.4 had been brought low, Demetrius, as the only surviving
Diod_33.9 justice. [9] &   Demetrius, while he was staying at Laod
Diod_33.20 exandria in the battle against Demetrius. After the defeat
Diod_33.28 Cleopatra, the wife of Demetrius who had been captured
Diod_33.4a eir ruler, defected from Demetrius and soon found many oth
Diod_34.15 itions: that his brother Demetrius was freed from captivit
Euseb]:Chron_255 us, who had come to the aid of Demetrius the son of Demetr
Euseb]:Chron_263 Alexander - for 15 years Demetrius the son of Demetrius
ExcBarb_46A chus Grypus for 10 years Demetrius Grypus for 3 years [46B
ExcBarb_46B iochus Situs for 9 years Demetrius the son for 4 years Ant
Hieron:Chron_1877 160.1 * . [1877] Demetrius [became king] of Syria and
Hieron:Chron_1880 for 9 years. After Demetrius, his brother Antiochus, who
Hieron:Chron_1889 * . [1889] Then Demetrius [became king of Syria] again,
Joseph:AJ_13.86 and sixty-fifth year, Demetrius, the son of Demetrius,
Joseph:AJ_13.87 a safe posture there before Demetrius should come. [88]
Joseph:AJ_13.109 to assist him against Demetrius; so he dissolved his
Joseph:AJ_* 13.114-116 * ersuaded them to receive Demetrius; [115] and assured them
Joseph:AJ_* 13.120-136 * ed. [120] But when Demetrius, who was styled Nicator, had
Joseph:AJ_13.141 to deliver themselves up to Demetrius. [142] So he forg
Joseph:AJ_* 13.144-151 * ole forces that had left Demetrius, because they had no
Joseph:AJ_* 13.154-156 * ard that the generals of Demetrius's forces were come to
Joseph:AJ_13.159 therefore [159] Demetrius's men knew a day beforehand
Joseph:AJ_13.160 were laid in ambush by Demetrius's generals being behind
Joseph:AJ_13.174 But now the generals of Demetrius being willing to recove
Joseph:AJ_13.177 em. [177] But when Demetrius's commanders were informed
Joseph:AJ_13.180 osed to deliver up the city to Demetrius's generals. [181]
Joseph:AJ_13.184 ormerly. [184] But Demetrius passed over [Euphrates], and
Joseph:AJ_13.187 knew what had befallen Demetrius, he was no longer firm
Joseph:AJ_* 13.218-222 * Now a little while after Demetrius had been carried into
Joseph:AJ_13.253 slain; and his brother Demetrius succeeded in the kingdo
Joseph:AJ_* 13.267-271 * But as for king Demetrius, who had a mind to make war
Just_35.2 elder of the two, Demetrius, who had passed the age of
Just_36.1 th. BOOK 36 [36.1] Demetrius, having gained possession of
Just_38.10 then that Phraates sent Demetrius into Syria, with a body
Just_38.9 dors to request aid from Demetrius king of Syria, a prince
Just_39.1 in Persia, his brother Demetrius, being delivered from
OGIS_246 (160-120)   divine Phil[adelphos (?) Demetrios {II}] . . .
OGIS_260 (116/5)   kos, the son] of king Demetrios [and queen] Kleopat
Poseidon_12 4.K] & Athen_4.153'a-b & Demetrius, as a hostage, attends
Poseidon_29 rowned, while fighting against Demetrius in Syria. [30]

  Demetrius 5   III Philopator (Akairos) - king of Syria 95-88 B.C.
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95/10 The accession of Demetrius, another son of Antiochus Grypus.
89/28 Demetrius Akairos defeats Alexander near Shechem.
88/48 Philippus defeats Demetrius, who goes into exile in Parthia.
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Joseph:AJ_13.370 for his fourth brother Demetrius, who was called Eucaeru
Joseph:AJ_13.371 ageously, he fell, while Demetrius and Philippus governed
Joseph:AJ_13.376 They also sent to Demetrius Eucaerus, and desired him to
Joseph:AJ_13.384 ty. [384] But when Demetrius was departed out of Judaea,
Joseph:BJ_01.92 same time they invited Demetrius, who was called Eucaeru
Joseph:BJ_01.99 was the brother of Demetrius, and the last of the race of

  Demetrius 6   the Fair - king of Cyrene, about 250 B.C.
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250/11 Demetrius the Fair makes himself king of Cyrene.
247/8 Demetrius the Fair is assassinated.
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Euseb]:Chron_243 Antigonus, the son of Demetrius who went off to Cyrene
Just_26.3 ainst her will, sent for Demetrius, the brother of King
Plut:Demetr_53 two sons of the name of Demetrius, one surnamed The Slend

  Demetrius 7   I - king of Bactria, about 200 B.C.
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200/24b dication to Hestia on behalf of Euthydemus and Demetrius of Bactria.

  Demetrius 8   II - king of Bactria, about 170 B.C.
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169/13 Demetrius of Bactria conquers part of India.
169/14 Demetrius, king of Bactria, is defeated and killed by Eucratides.
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Just_41.6 when he was besieged by Demetrius king of the Indians,

  Demetrius 9   of Phalerum, Athenian statesman and orator, 4th century B.C.
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322/25 thenians send Xenocrates and Demetrius of Phalerum as envoys to Antip
319/19 The "floruit" of Demetrius Phalereus.
317/2 with Cassander, who sets up Demetrius of Phalerum as their leader.
316/21 Demetrius of Phalerum conducts a census of the inhabitants of Attica.
316/21a The poet Menander courts the favour of Demetrius.
316/21b Syll_318, an Athenian decree, in honour of Demetrius.
309/_ Athenian archon: Demetrius
308/2 the Dionysia in honour of Demetrius of Phalerum when he was archon
307/6 Laws passed by Demetrius of Phalerum while he was in control at Athen
307/7 Demetrius of Phalerum gives a garden to Theophrastus.
307/8 Demetrius of Phalerum preserves a boat which is said to have carried
307/10 the refined style of the public speeches of Demetrius of Phalerum.
307/11 The decadent private life of Demetrius of Phalerum.
307/12 onus captures Peiraeus and expels Demetrius of Phalerum from Athens.
307/31 The Athenians condemn Demetrius of Phalerum to death in his absence,
306/7 Demetrius of Phalerum meets the Cynic philosopher Crates at Thebes.
297/20 Demetrius Phalereus leaves Greece, and goes to the court of Ptolemaeu
282/7 Demetrius Phalereus helps Ptolemy to draw up laws.
282/9 Demetrius Phalereus sends back gifts to Athens from Egypt.
282/10 Demetrius persuades Ptolemy I to start collecting books for a libr
282/21 Demetrius Phalereus is put under arrest by Ptolemy II.
279/13 Demetrius Phalereus loses and then regains his eyesight.
279/14 Demetrius Phalereus plots against Lycus, the (adoptive) father of the
279/15 The death of Demetrius Phalereus.
260/11 Demetrius the grandson of Demetrius of Phalerum to be a magistrate
Diogenes- DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Demetrius
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Aristeas_9 my narrative. [9] Demetrius of Phalerum, the president
Aristeas_11 translated,' answered Demetrius, 'for in the country
Aristeas_28 been done, he ordered Demetrius to draw up a memorial
Aristeas_29 the memorial. The Memorial of Demetrius to the great king
Aristeas_301 Three days later Demetrius took the men and passing alon
Aristeas_302 ied out under the direction of Demetrius. [303] And the
Aristeas_308 the work was completed, Demetrius collected together the
Aristeas_309 estowed warm praise upon Demetrius, too, and urged him to
Aristeas_312 er. And he said to Demetrius, 'How is it that none of the
Aristeas_317 eived the explanation of Demetrius on this point, he did
Arrian:Fr_9 imeraeus, the brother of Demetrius of Phalerum, fled to
Athen_04.167 was the descendant of Demetrius Phalareus, according
Athen_06.233 ding to the statement of Demetrius Phalereus, in consequen
Athen_06.272 at Athens conducted by Demetrius Phalereus into the numb
Athen_10.422 Successions, reproached Demetrius Phalereus for sending
Athen_12.542 aves. [60.]   And Demetrius Phalereus, as Duris says in
Athen_13.556 are Callisthenes, and Demetrius Phalereus, and Satyrus
Athen_13.567 elates in his History of Demetrius Phalereus; and he says
Athen_13.593 Rhodians." [65.] &# But Demetrius Phalereus being in love
Athen_13.610 the gods greatly bless Demetrius & And all the lawgivers
Athen_14.620 rst introduced on the stage by Demetrius Phalereus. Now
Cic:Brut_285 further ask you, whether Demetrius Phalereus spoke in the
DionHal:Din_2 sociated with Theophrastus and Demetrius of Phalerum. Sinc
DionHal:Din_3 the citizens were impeached, Demetrius of Phalerum also
DionHal:Din_9 Simonides Hieromnemon Demetrius {of Phalerum} Caerimus
Hieron:Chron_1697 115.1 . [1697] [not in Ar.] Demetrius of Phalerum was
Hieron:Chron_1714 714] [1710 in Ar.] Demetrius of Phalerum went to Ptolemaeu
Joseph:AJ_12.12 occasion was this: Demetrius Phalereus, who was library
Joseph:AJ_12.16 the king thought that Demetrius was very zealous to pro
Joseph:AJ_12.34 ations, he gave order to Demetrius to give him in writing
Joseph:AJ_12.36 tle was to this purpose: [36] "Demetrius to the great king
Joseph:AJ_12.103 three days were over, Demetrius took them, and went ove
Joseph:AJ_* 12.107-111 * ion in seventy-two days, Demetrius gathered all the Jews
Joseph:AJ_12.114 eceived these books from Demetrius, as we have said alread
Philoch_66 citizens were impeached, and Demetrius of Phalerum was
Plut:Demetr_8 leet of 250 ships. Demetrius of Phalerum governed the city
Plut:Demetr_10 chical, for the power of Demetrius of Phalerum met with
Plut:Mor_189 METRIUS PHALEREUS. Demetrius Phalereus persuaded King Ptol
Plut:Mor_850 he also frequently attended Demetrius of Phalerum. He
Plut:Phoc_35 Pythocles. As for Demetrius of Phalerum, Callimedon, Char
Polyaen_03.15.1 so: Plutarch, Sert_1'3] [15] & Demetrius Phalereus.   Whe
Porph:Fr_42 into Greek] . . . Demetrius of Phalerum, the Greek orator
Tzetz:ProlCom_ With the help of Demetrius of Phalerum and other disting

  Demetrius 10   - the grandson of Demetrius of Phalerum
260/11 Antigonus appoints Demetrius the grandson of Demetrius of Phalerum
    Within translations:
Athen_04.167 Syracuse." [64.]   But Demetrius carried his extravaganc

  Demetrius 11   - a writer of New Comedy, early 3rd century B.C.
Athen_09.405 ording to the comic poet Demetrius, who, in his play entit

  Demetrius 12   -(?) head of the royal mint at Alexandria, 3rd century B.C.
258/15 PCZen_59021, a letter from Demetrius to Apollonius.

  Demetrius 13   - an official in Oxyrrhyncus, 3rd century B.C.
250/1 _100, a letter from Apollonius to Demetrius about wood for the navy.

  Demetrius 14   of Pharus - a ruler in Illyria, killed in 214 B.C.
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229/10 Demetrius of Pharus betrays Corcyra to the Romans.
222/26 Demetrius of Pharus extends his power over the towns of Illyria.
220/27 Scerdilaidas and Demetrius lead an Illyrian fleet in a raid against
214/25 Demetrius of Pharus dies in an attack on Messene.
    Within translations:
DioCass_fr.49 where he was and that Demetrius, as a result of her cap
DioCass_fr.53 tlessly. [53] &   Demetrius, encouraged by his position
Just_29.2 itating this enterprise, Demetrius king of the Illyrians,
Plut:Arat_50 howed them to Aratus and Demetrius of Pharus, sometimes

  Demetrius 15   of Alexandria - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 228 B.C.
228/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Demetrius of Alexandria
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_207 race 138th [228 B.C.] - Demetrius of Alexandria, stadion

  Demetrius 16   - son of Philippus V of Macedonia; killed in 170 B.C.
191/28 Demetrius makes a good impression while staying as a hostage at Rome.
191/29 The Romans release Demetrius the son of Philippus V.
187/22 The birth of Demetrius, the son of Seleucus.
184/18 Demetrius defends his father Philippus before the senate.
183/2 Demetrius returns to Macedonia.
182/3 Rivalry between Perseus and Demetrius, after Perseus accuses Demetriu
182/3 trius, after Perseus accuses Demetrius of plotting to become king of
180/6 Philippus has Demetrius put to death, on a charge of treason.
    Within translations:
Ennius:Ann_343 ground. [343-4] & Demetrius, younger son of Philip, taken
Ennius:Ann_345 Philip on the exile of Demetrius : DONATUS , on 'Indeed
Euseb]:Chron_239 the death of his brother Demetrius by making accusations
Just_32.2 the senate-house between Demetrius, Philippus' son, whom

  Demetrius 17   of Rhenea - owner of a shrine at Delos, 2nd century B.C.
163/1 the senate about a shrine belonging to Demetrius of Rhenea at Delos.

  Demetrius 18   of Scepsis - a Greek grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
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Athen_02.44 the Carystian. And Demetrius of Scepsis says that Diocles
Athen_04.155 sion. [42.]   But Demetrius of Scepsis, in the twelfth
Athen_04.167 hiops the Corinthian, as Demetrius of Scepsis relates, of
Athen_06.236 enelaus in the belly, as Demetrius of Scepsis says; as als
Athen_10.425 σία, as Demetrius of Scepsis tells us,
Athen_15.697 for this word. For Demetrius of Scepsis, in the tenth book

  Demetrius 19   - son of Heracleides; an Egyptian, 2nd century B.C.
120/4 banker's receipt for a payment made by Demetrius son of Heracleides.

  Demetrius 20   - governor of Gaulanitis, early 1st century B.C.
Joseph:AJ_13.394 He also accused Demetrius, who was governor of those
Joseph:BJ_01.105 of Gamala, and stripped Demetrius, who was governor there

  Demetrius 21   of Magnesia - a Greek grammarian, 1st century B.C.
Athen_13.611 death; as is related by Demetrius of Magnesia, in his tre
Diog_Laert_07.31 death. {27} But Demetrius, the Magnesian, says, in his
Diog_Laert_07.169 to the account given by Demetrius the Magnesian, in his
Diog_Laert_07.185 one single old woman, as Demetrius tells us, in his People
Diog_Laert_10.13 ter of Democritus. Demetrius the Magnesian says that he
DionHal:Din_1 rks of others. And Demetrius of Magnesia, who was reputed
Plut:Mor_847 le; and if we may credit Demetrius the Magnesian, on that

  Demetrius 22   of Byzantium - a Perapetic philosopher, author of a book about poets
Athen_12.548 sake of pleasure." But Demetrius of Byzantium, in the

  Demetrius 23   of Gadara - a wealthy and powerful freedman of Pompeius
62/28 Demetrius the freedman of Pompeius buys property and gardens at Rome.
48/56 include Atticus of Neapolis, Demetrius, Furnius, Pythodorus, Theophan
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_14.75 ittle before, to gratify Demetrius of Gadara, who was his
Joseph:BJ_01.155 in order to gratify one Demetrius, who was of Gadara, and
Julian:Mis_358 out, "Stranger, where is Demetrius?" Now this Demetrius

  Demetrius 24   - an Academic philosopher at the court of Ptolemy Auletes
51/9 Demetrius, an Academic philosopher, is punished by Ptolemy for ref

  Demetrius 25   of Chios - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 153 A.D.
Euseb]:Chron_217 233rd [153 A.D.] - Demetrius of Chios, stadion race 234th

  Demetrius 26   - Athenian archon, (?) 180 B.C.
180/_ Athenian archon: Demetrius

  Demetrius 27   - Athenian archon, (?) 123 B.C.
123/_ Athenian archon: Demetrius (?)

  Demetrius 28   - Athenian archon, 82 B.C.
82/_ Athenian archon: Demetrius

  Demetrius 29   Callatianus - an author of books about geography
Lucian:Macr_10 ruler for seventy years, as Demetrius of Callatia and

  Demetrius 30   of Citium - the father of Persaeus, 4th century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.6 ends, who was the son of Demetrius, and a Citiaean by birt
Diog_Laert_07.36 of Citium, the son of Demetrius, whom some call a frien

  Demetrius 31   - the father of Timocrates, 4th century B.C.
Diog_Laert_10.16 of Potamos, the son of Demetrius; according to the deed

  Demetrius 32   of Laconia - an Epicurean philosopher
Diog_Laert_10.26 uminous author; [26] and Demetrius, who was surnamed the

  Demetrius 33   - author of a book about Athenian archons
Philoch_127 Laches to trial. Demetrius says that Laches was general
Philoch_137 ilochorus says, and also Demetrius in his Archons [138]
Philoch_142 ilochorus relates. Demetrius says that an additional charg

  Demetrius 34   - an Athenian, who died at the battle of Mantineia
Polyaen_02.32.1 Athenian, whose brother Demetrius had died in the battle,

  Demetrius 35   of Syria - a teacher of rhetoric, early 1st century B.C.
Cic:Brut_315 etorical Exercises under Demetrius the Syrian, an experien

  Demetrius 36   - son of Philippus, and brother of Antigonus I
Plut:Demetr_2 one after his brother Demetrius, and the other after

  Demetrius 37   - Athenian archon, 50 B.C.
50/_ Athenian archon: Demetrius

  Demetrius   - in documents
CIL_1.2693 ompany of Pitch- farmers Demetrius, freedman of Marcus
CIL_1.683 of Lucius . . . Demetrius, freedman of Aulus Aulus
CIL_1.727 of . . . Hermocrates, son of Demetrius. CIL_3.14625
Inscr_107 (188-186)   skos son of Lysimachos Demetrios son of Artemon and
Inscr_122 (175-172)   es son of Polystides Demetrios son of Maiandros Dem
Inscr_56 (late 3rd cent.)   d fortune. When Demetrios was religious registrar {
Inscr_60 (285/4)   onides, and Eualkes son of Demetrios. He has gra
Inscr_61.B (196-146)   ation for boys:   Demetrios of Syracuse, the s
Inscr_61.C (early 2nd century)   old tragedy:   Demetrios of M[iletos], the son
Inscr_61.D (173-169)   Erythrai, the son of Demetrios stadion, Pythian boy
Inscr_67 (c. 208)   Pergamon, the son of Demetrios Hermokritos of Perg
Inscr_85 (late 3rd century)   das Philemon Aischylos Demetrios Apollonios Demetri
Inscr_98 (250-200)   of Mnesitheos son of Demetrios Hekataios son of Pho
OGIS_106 (174-172)   as Nikostratos son of Demetrios Areios son of Diony
OGIS_175 (104)   tor; Dionysios son of Demetrios and his wife Thas&#
OGIS_196 (32)   nturions Rufus, Demetrius, Niger, Valerius, Labyon,
OGIS_302 (c. 158-138)   etrios son of Poseidonios
OGIS_303 (c. 158-138)   as son of Demetrios dedicated this on b
OGIS_304 (c. 158-138)   Philon son of Demetrios dedicated this on behal
OGIS_345 (95/4)   simos, Nikephoros, Demetrios [to Eukleides] son of
OGIS_59 (163)   henodoros Symmachos Demetrios Diphilos Archedoros
RC_70 (late 2nd cent.)   merly the property of Demetrios the son of Demet
RC_75 his father, Asius son of Demetrius, also called Eisago
SEG_44.949 (230-205)   eived by Timotheos son of Demetrios: gold [pieces
SEG_53.1373 (late 3rd century)   he agonothetes were: Demetrios of Ilion, the son of
SEG_54.1353 (209)   eas to Demetrios, [greetings]. The
Syll_307 (333-323)   os]; Theodotos son of Demetrius [was president]; as
Syll_322 ras Themistagoras son of Demetrios Hekatokles son of A
Syll_399 (278/7)   ias, son of Diogenes; Demetrios of Demetrias, so
Syll_473 (239/8)   ny, in full assembly; Demetrios of Hagnous, the so
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   llodoros of Lamptrai Demetrios of Berenikidai Kich
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   sos son of Kalliphon, Demetrios son of Amphistratos
Syll_589 (190-180)   r of Aristeus, the son of Demetrios son of . . .
Syll_633 (c. 180)   es Artemidoros son of Demetrios Theokylides son of
Syll_638 (soon after 178)   ians reckon; and when Demetrios of Gonnoi the so
Syll_657 (155/4)   Acharnai, the son of Demetrios Pausanias of Melite,
Syll_685 (112/1)   Leukophryene Killos son of Demetrios Aristagoras so


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