Epigonus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a harp-player
was first introduced by Epigonus;  and taking away
- in documents
of blessed memory, and Epigonus the most illustrious
(c. 320 +) Arkadia, the son of Epigonos Men's boxing contest:
(164) edaimonians] - . . . son of Epigonos, Aristarchos
(300-286) er-charge] - Aratidas, (?) Epigonos, . . ., ...sthe
(early 2nd century) ople, as proposed by Epigonos son of Epigonos; Niki
(311-306) ave 12,000 drachmas : Epigonos son of Hegesianax *
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