Diognetus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon for life, 9th century B.C.
bas, for 30 years. Diognetus, the son of Megacles, for 28
of Croton - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 548 B.C.
race 58th [548 B.C.] - Diognetus of Croton, stadion race
- a Milesian general
war on the Naxians; and Diognetus, the general of the Mil
- an Athenian general
came ruler of Syrcause.  Diognetus. When Diognetus
- Athenian archon, 264 B.C.
Athenian archon: Diognetus
- ruler of Megara in Sicily, early 5th century B.C.
imposed an enormous fine on Diognetus, the ruler of Meg
- in documents
(163) os Timarchides Baton Diognetos Kallistagoras Athena
Claudius Diognetus, imperial procur
anodikos Theraios son of Diognetos Polygethes son of M
(251/0) earrhioi, the son of Diognetos, acting as secretary
(251/0) earrhioi, the son of Diognetos, acting as secret
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