Meleager   - in ancient sources @

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  Meleager   - son of Oeneus; leader of the Calydonian boar hunt
Wikipedia entry
Ovid:Cons_101 together of Oeneus' son {Meleager}; so Clymene wept, so

  Meleager 2   - a general of Alexander the Great, killed in 323 B.C.
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Arrian:Fr_1 iochus, and Eumenes of Cardia. Meleager was in command of
ExcBarb_33B rule over He appointed Meleager to rule over the part
Just_* 13.2-4 * ther's successor. Meleager argued that their proceedings
PsCallisth_3.31 enty present: Perdiccas, Meleager, Python, Leonnatus, Cass
PsCallisth_3.33 ria called the valley to Meleager and Egypt to Perdiccas

  Meleager 3   - king of Macedonia for 2 months in 279 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
279/6 efeated and killed by the Gauls; Meleager is made king of Macedonia.
279/23 Antipater "Etesias" replaces Meleager as king of Macedonia.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_235 succeeded by his brother Meleager, but the Macedonians dep
Euseb]:Chron_237 and five months, [p237] Meleager for two months, Antipate
Euseb]:Chron_* 241-245 * for 1 year and 5 months Meleager - for 2 months Antipater
ExcBarb_44A maeus Ceraunus for 2 years 32. Meleager for 7 months 33.
Hieron:Chron_1736 124.4 * . [1736] Meleager [became king of Macedonia] for
Malal_196 king, and after Pyrrhus Meleager was king, and another

  Meleager 4   - a contemporary of the philosopher Chrysippus, 3rd century B.C.
Diog_Laert_07.196 hree books, addressed to Meleager; a book of hypothetical

  Meleager   - in documents
Inscr_67 (c. 208)   nes of Pergamon, the son of Meleagros . . . of Bisa
OGIS_268 (? 159)   eer Apollonios son of Meleagros, who was appointe
SEG_57.1157 (165/4)   and 1½ obols to Meleagros who bought it, ma

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