Philotas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Sybaris - victor in the boys' boxing contest at the Olynpic games, 616 B.C.
was added, and the winner was Philotas of Sybaris. 42nd
- satrap of Cilicia after the death of Alexander the Great
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to Laomedon; Cilicia to Philotas; Media to Pithon ; Cappa
on, because he knew that Philotas, the satrap of the count
on Ptolemy's province; and Philotas was allotted Cilic
tus. Cilicia, being taken from Philotas, was given to Phil
arsalian, Philip the inventor, Philotas, Menander . . .
ide of the river Halys (?) let Philotas rule. Over Babylon
- a citharist, late 4th century B.C.
Diodorus, Mynnacus, Phaon, Philotas, Propis, Ptolemy, Satyrus,
airs, because his pupil Philotas had beaten Timotheus
- son of Parmenion; killed in 330 B.C.
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ing in rank, and his son Philotas, were put to death; an
14 Parmenion and Philotas, his cousin Amyntas, his murde
- in documents
(181/0) s from Nikanor son of Philotas, tetrarch, Theoxenos
(173-169) hodoros men: Philotas of Laodikeia [in] Lyci
(250-200) ippos Amyntas son of Philotas
(c. 200) Thioklia daughter of Philotas : 5 drachmas Epichari
(mid 3rd century) [A] When Philotas was monarchos, on the
(214/3) Pellene, (?) Philotas of Aperantia, the son of T
(c. 196-192) os Sot... . . . Philotas son of Pamenes on the (?)
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