Euagoras - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- king of Cyprus, 411-374 B.C.
→ Wikipedia entry
went off with eight ships to Euagoras, king of Cyprus.
of Elis - victor in the chariot race at the Olympic games, 408 B.C. *!
of horses, and the winner was Euagoras of Elis. 94th [404
- in documents
death of her bridegroom, Euagoras the son of Hegemachus,
not by persuasion. Euagoras, however, being made of brass,
(157/6) emaios - Astyochos and Euagoras - have arrived back
(163) Me... Peison son of Kra... Euagoras son of Py... Hi
Casmylus, son of Euagoras, a Rhodian, victor in boxing
(323-312) mbers of the council were [Euag]oras, Kleoboulos an
ikos Aristolochos son of Euagoras Themistagoras son of
(266/5) s of the council were Euagoras, Aiakides, Mantias,
(c. 185-175) were called Epikles and Euagoras. It happened that
(c. 161/0) s of the council were Euagoras and Kallimachos, and
(early 2nd cent.) ates: Kallimachos and Euagoras private individuals
(c. 208) son of Agathokleos Euagoras of Pergamon, the so
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