Demophon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Theseus; an ancient king of Athens
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Troy was captured. Demophon, the son of Theseus, for 33
after Theseus his son Demophoōn, who afforded aid
also: Plutarch, Thes_5]  & Demophon. Diomedes committe
- the uncle and guardian of Demosthenes
phobus, Therippides, and Demophon (or Demeas), the last
- an Egyptian official, 3rd century B.C.
Bagnall_125, a letter from Demophon to Ptolemy.
- king of Elaeusa, near Troy
. .  & Hygin:Astr_2'40 & Demophon and the Bowl. 
- in documents
(c. 188/7) f Boeotia, the son of Demophon Flute-players:
(152-145) Pergamon, the son of Demophon, one of the diadochoi
(c. 143/2) Berenike, the son of Demophon, the chief bodyguard
son of Pasis &[ 475/4 ] Demophon son of Philtas Mandr
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