Hermeias   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hermeias   - tyrant of Atarneus; killed in 342 B.C.
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Wikipedia entry
Apollod:Fr_38 went off to the court of Hermeias, the tyrant of Atarneus,
Athen_15.696 stotle, and addressed to Hermeias of Atarneus, is not a
Athen_15.697 to offer sacrifice to Hermeias as an immortal being,
Polyaen_06.48.1 Mentor captured Hermeias, he wrote letters in his name

  Hermeias 2   of Curium - Greek poet, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.563 out of the Iambics of Hermeias of Curium- & Listen, you

  Hermeias 3   of Methymna - author of a history of Sicily
Athen_10.438 rinker indeed. And Hermeias of Methymna, in the third book

  Hermeias 4   - minister of Seleucus III and Antiochus III
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Wikipedia entry
223/1 eleucus sets out to attack Attalus, leaving Hermeias as vice-regent.
220/23 Hermeias punishes the inhabitants of Seleuceia for their support
220/38 Hermeias the minister of Antiochus is put to death.

  Hermeias 5   of Samos - son of Hermodorus; Greek writer
Athen_13.606 ive of Olenus. And Hermeias the son of Hermodorus, who was

  Hermeias 6   - an associate of Speusippus
Athen_07.279 having paid yourself for Hermeias all that he owed?" [11.]

  Hermeias 7   - one of the leaders of the slave rebellion in Sicily, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.2 what he said. But Hermeias and Zeuxis denounced him with


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