Nicocles - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a friend of Phocion, 4th century B.C.
demanded even my friend Nicocles, I should vote for deliv
hocion, there were Nicocles, Thudippus, Hegemon, and Pytho
Athenians." And when Nicocles, the most faithful of
- king of Paphos, Cyprus, late 4th century B.C.
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ratonicus is put to death by Nicocles because of an insulting remark.
Ptolemy forces Nicocles, the king of Paphos, to commit suicide.
Pasicrates of Soli and Nicocles of Paphos, and also Andr
entually put to death by Nicocles, the King of the Cyprian
time twenty talents from Nicocles, king of Cyprus, for an
rful force to dispossess Nicocles of the kingdom of Cyprus
- Athenian archon, 302 B.C.
Athenian archon: Nicocles
pus Pherecles Leostratus Nicocles Clearchus Hegemachus Euc
Pherecles, Leostratus, Nicocles, Clearchus, Hegemachus,
(302/1) n Nikokles was archon, in the eight
(302/1) s. When Nikokles was archon, in the twelfth pry
(303/2) etes in the year when Nikokles is archon shall anno
- tyrant of Sicyon, 3rd century B.C.
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hed tyrants of Sicyon before Nicocles cause many of the leading citiz
Nicocles assassinates Paseas and makes himself tyrant of Sicyon.
Aratus organizes a plot against the tyrant Nicocles.
Aratus overpowers Nicocles' bodyguard and forces him to leave Sicyon.
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he was assassinated by Nicocles, who took his place, and
their assistance. Nicocles escaped out of the city by som
- in documents
(221-205) Boeotian league, and Nikokles was archon in the c
(c. 200) arō daughter of Nikokles : 5 drachmas (?) Asop
(277) ilos Boeotians: Neon, Nikokles Ainianes: Timokra
(276/5) sios, Aristeidas Boeotians: Nikokles, Neon Phoki
(273) n, Epikydes Phokians: Nikokles, Nikopolis Ainianes:
(soon after 235/4) odamos of Megalopolis Nikokles of Phokis Menekle
(c. 234) os . . . . . . [Nikokles of Sikyon], the son of Tim
(223) os son of Damatrichos Nikokles son of Athanodoros -
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