Eudamidas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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I - king of Sparta, 330-305 B.C.
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Sayings of the Spartan Eudamidas about Xenocrates.
Sayings of Eudamidas I, king of Sparta.
The peaceful reign of Eudamidas I.
was succeeded by his brother Eudamidas. He was succeeded
II - king of Sparta, ? 275-244 B.C.
ontid family, the son of Eudamidas, the sixth in descent
- an officer in the army of Troezen, 3rd century B.C.
appy news. However Eudamidas, an officer of experience and
- in documents
(c. 320 +) edaimon, the son of Eudamidas Men's heavy-armour
(c. 264/3) s, Eusytos Phokians: [Eudamidas], Boutheras Histiai
(c. 263/2) Phokians: Boutheros, Eudamidas, Timondas Boeoti
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