Megacles   - in ancient sources @

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  Megacles   - son of Phorbas; an ancient archon of Athens, about 900 B.C.
Euseb]:Chron_187 pus, for 30 years. Megacles, the son of Phorbas, for 30

  Megacles 2   - an Athenian politician, the opponent of Peisistratus; 6th century B.C.
Polyaen_01.21.3 of their arms. & Megacles, who was magistrate on behalf

  Megacles 3   of Syracuse - brother of Dion, and opponent of Dionysius II
Polyaen_05.2.8 ying letters to Dion and Megacles, from the sister of the

  Megacles 4   of Messene - an opponent of Agathocles, late 4th century B.C.
Polyaen_05.15.1 lso: Plutarch, Mor.189] [15] Megacles. Megacles of

  Megacles 5   - the father of Aglais, 3rd century B.C.
Athen_10.415 Aglais, the daughter of Megacles, who, in the first great

  Megacles 6   - author of a book on Illustrious Men
Athen_10.419 his story is recorded by Megacles in his treatise on Illus

  Megacles   - in documents
Simonid_7.511 I look on the tomb of Megacles dead, I pity you, poor
Syll_322 ekataios son of Leomedon Megakles son of Megaklos Pro
Syll_325 (c. 308)   The archon was Megakles, and the councillors were

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