Euander - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Evander) of Arcadia - one of the earliest settlers in Italy
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Tyrrhenus. Later, Euander arrived with a fleet from Greec
- Athenian archon, 212 B.C.
Athenian archon: Euander
- an Academic philosopher, late 3rd century B.C.
ding of them all, Telecles and Euander. . . . Agamestor
of Crete - a henchman of Perseus, king of Macedonia
Euander the Cretan is killed, probably by order of Perseus.
(171/0) bes]. [Through Euandros he plotted to kill] king Eu
- in documents
have carried off Hymnis, Euander's daughter, ever the love
(281-261) ndros to Andragoras and Ap
(270-250) son of Philostratos Euandros son of Antiboulos Asto
(early 2nd cent.) month of Hychaios, Euandros of Kyra, with the co
(173-169) p; Satyros son of (?) Euandros beardless boys: &nbs
(263-236) o] Niko... . . . . . . to Euandros . . . to Artemid
(311-306) tos son of Archonides Euandros son of Kleandros
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