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- Spartan general, late 5th century B.C.
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Apollo; and that when Lysander brought gold publicly
the money sent to Sparta by Lysander. But that which
izens; and they say that Lysander, who defeated the Atheni
elate that Pausanias and Lysander were very notorious for
ssembly; and then, after Lysander had publicly reproached
account they punished Lysander, because he left his for
as that song written on Lysander the Spartan, which reall
occurrences at Athens, Lysander was appointed by the Lac
Lacedaemonians committed it to Lysander to model the gover
In this encounter Lysander, under whose conduct the Athen
armies under Agesilaus, Lysander, or Leonidas of old have
ius the tyrant presented Lysander's daughters with rich
Polyaen_* 01.45.1-5 *
Xenophon, Hell_1.6'36]  & Lysander. Lysander, who had
aemonians recalled Lysander from Asia, because Pharnabazus
(315-280) merios, admiral of Lysandros - an ancestor of Al
was more celebrated than Lysander the Spartan, and rewarde
of Sicyon - a harp-player
Atthis [ Fr_23 ], says- "Lysander the Sicyonian harp-playe
Athen_15.637'f & Lysander of Sicyon, a famous harp-playe
- son of Calliphon; an opponent of Lachares, early 3rd century B.C.
Charias and Peithias and Lysander the son of Calliphon and
- son of Libys; Spartan ephor, 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Agis_* 6-13 *
the other hand, Lysander, the son of Libys, Mandroclida
off, asked him whether Lysander and Agesilaus had not
- husband of Philippe, and father of Medeius
ilippe. Of her and Lysander came Medeius, who also was an
- Athenian archon, 52 B.C.
Athenian archon: Lysander
- in documents
(263-236) os Lysandros of Thasos the son
(c. 237/6) pos, Herakleides Boeotians: Lysandros, . . . Chi
(228/7-212/1) ia Thrason of Kikynna Lysandros of Acharnai Hegesin
(250-200) As proposed by Lysandros: so that there may be reve
(c. 204/1) xikrates son of Lysandros, Tachippos son of Xenod
(c. 140) moxenos son of Lysandros and Lampromachos son of Po
(190-140) ates said, a certain Lysandros of Priene had previo
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