Hieron   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Hieron   I - tyrant of Syracuse, 478-467 B.C.
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Apollod:Fr_68 ys, lived in the time of Hieron, ruler of Sicily, and Epic
Athen_06.250 Hegesander relates that Hieron the tyrant was also rather
Polyaen_01.29.1 self tyrant of Selinus. [29] & Hieron. When the enemy prep
Polyaen_06.16.4 In their war with Hieron, the Carthaginians sailed by nig

  Hieron 2   II - king of Syracuse, 269-215 B.C.
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  + Hiero , Hieronica , Hieronicae
305/7 The birth of Hieron, the future king of Syracuse.
275/13 Hieron is appointed to be general at Syracuse.
275/15 Hieron makes an alliance with Pyrrhus.
274/11 Theoc_16, a poem by Theocritus, addressed to Hieron.
274/15 Hieron is defeated by the Mamertines.
274/19 Hieron captures Mylae and Ameselum.
269/13a Hieron captures Halaesa and several other cities from the Mamertines.
269/14 Hieron defeats the Mamertines by the river Longanus.
269/17 Hieron assumes the title of king of Syracuse.
263/9 Hieron of Syracuse changes sides and becomes an ally of the Romans.
248/3 The Romans agree a permanent treaty of alliance with Hieron.
239/22 Carthage appeals to Hieron for help against the mercenaries.
237/12 Hieron of Syracuse visits Rome.
222/23 Hieron of Syracuse sends supplies of corn to Rome.
216/5 embassy from Hieron of Syracuse, offering support to the Romans.
215/6 Gelon, son of Hieron II, dies while organizing opposition to Rome in
215/12 fter working out how to measure the gold in a crown given to Hieron.
215/13 Archimedes constructs war engines for Hieron.
215/14 Hieron builds a huge ship, which he gives as a present to Ptolemy.
215/17 Hieron passes laws for the financial administration of Sicily, known
215/18 Hieron remains steadfast in his alliance with the Romans and regularl
215/19 General comments on the long and prosperous reign of Hieron.
215/20 The death of Hieron II, king of Syracuse.
215/29 agreed between Hannibal and Hieronymus, the grandson of Hieron.
71/42 alters the terms of the Lex Hieronica, the traditional law governing
    Within translations:
Athen_* 05.206-209 * erning the ship built by Hieron, the tyrant of Syracuse,
Athen_12.542 called Mythus, in which Hieron the king used to transact
FastTr_p99 & over the Carthaginians and Hieron king of the Sicilian
Festus:Brev.4 provinces. When Hieron, King of the Sicilians, had been
Just_23.4 withdrawn from Sicily, Hieron was made governor of it;
Lucian:Macr_10 Timaeus tell us. Hieron, tyrant of Syracuse, died of an
Naev:Pun_37 the treaty of 263, Hiero of Syracuse is allowed to remain
Plut:Mor_175 upon him. HIERON. Hieron, who succeeded Gelon in the tyra
Schol:Theoc_16 idyll is addressed to Hieron son of Hierocles, the last
Syll_427 (after 270)   leadership of king Hieron, son of Hierokles, the
Syll_428 tue of king Gelon, son of king Hieron, to Zeus Hellan
Syll_429 (after 250)   eis Queen Philistis King Hieron Olympian Zeus

  Hieron 3   - Athenian archon, 249 B.C.
249/_ Athenian archon: Hieron

  Hieron 4   of Aegeira - son of Telecles; an ally of Oropus, 2nd century B.C.
149/14 Syll_675, a decree of Oropus in honour of Hieron of Aegeira.

  Hieron 5   - a sanctuary on the coast of the Propontis
Inscr_10 (62 A.D.)   owing places:   Hieron by the Euxine] Sea,
Philoch_162 the merchant boats at Hieron, which were 230 in number

  Hieron 6   - archon of Delphi, (?) 278/7 B.C.
Syll_399 (278/7)   In the year of Hieron as archon at Delphi; at the

  Hieron 7   - tyrant of Priene, early 3rd century B.C.
297/17a Hieron, tyrant of Priene, is deposed after ruling for three years.

  Hieron   - in documents
Inscr_12 (c. 309-305)   Machaon and Hieron and Sopolis and their soldiers
Inscr_15 (202/1)   ; Parmeniskos son of Hieron :   100 drachmas &
Inscr_69 (c. 260)   Aristopeithes: since Hieron of Syracuse, the son of
Inscr_98 (250-200)   rios Iphikles son of Hieron Aristodemos son of Phil
Syll_309 (318-306)   Thespiai, the son of Hieron, both to himself and to
Syll_388 (266/5)   son of Antiphanes Hieron of Aithalidai, the son of
Syll_396 (c. 271/0)   Syracuse, the son of Hieron, has continually acted
Syll_496 (228/7)   : Lamprias of Thorase Hieron of Anagyrous Kallim
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   Atene thesmothetes: Hieron of Aithalidai Elpisto
Syll_570 (early 2nd cent.)   thiopolis, the son of Hieron, and to crown him wi


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