Onesicritus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Astypalaea - Greek historian, who wrote about Alexander the Great
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Antigenes, Antipatridas, Olympias, Onesicritus, Perillus and others.
Onesicritus recites his histories to Lysimachus.
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Onesicritus
ereabouts.  & Onesicritus of Astypalaea says that at
han a trireme. And Onesicritus and Orthagoras say that rou
yrian annals (with which Onesicritus, who wrote a history
its being an island. Onesicritus, a commander of Alexander's
the facts reported by Onesicritus after sailing with the
of a human head.  Onesicritus and Nearchus write that from
 Nearchus and Onesicritus report that the Euphrates is
harmful to the body.  Onesicritus says that in the parts
of Salamis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 180 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Onesicritus of Salamis
race 150th [180 B.C.] - Onesicritus of Salamis, stadion
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