Nicocrates - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 333 B.C.
wed: Euaenetus Ctesicles Nicocrates Nicetes Aristophanes
elus, Euaenetus, Ctesicles and Nicocrates. In the first
- son of Paxinas; Thessalian leader, about 184 B.C.
from Argos. Then Nicocrates the son of Paxinas, from [?]
Pausanias, Theodorus, Nicocrates, Hippolochus, Cleomach
- tyrant of Cyrene, 1st century B.C.
Aretaphila frees Cyrene from the tyrants Nicocrates and Laander.
Aretaphila. Nicocrates, tyrant of Cyrene, among a
- in documents
(197-185) office of the tagoi Nikokrates son of Deinos, Megal
(after 188) son of Nikaios Nikokrates son of Pausion Emmenidas
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