Diopeithes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
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der: & He was the son of Diopeithes, from Cephisia; & He
ile the Athenian general Diopeithes was still busy in the
ile the Athenian general Diopeithes was still engaged arou
- in documents
of Athens, the son of Diopeithes, the friend of Bacchus
and is not Telesis, & Diopeithes' ugly daughter, three
to Diotimus, the son of Diopeithes of Euonymus, in the
(306/5) nymon], the son of Diopeithes: since Timosthenes,
(273) th to the god, that Diopeithes of Athens was kee
(c. 234) hetimos Citharodes: Diopeithes [of Athens], the son
(175-172) judges were: Oib... . . . Diopeithes . . . . . . Ka
(263-236) . the son of Diopeithes ; spon
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