Phocion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Athenian statesman and general, 4th century B.C.
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Phocion refuses to accept a gift of money from Alexander.
nder orders Craterus to give Phocion the revenue from a city in Asia
Demades, Dionysius, Phocion, Theocritus and others react to the news
saying of Phocion, about the success of Leosthenes as Athenian gene
Phocion persuades the Athenians not to invade Boeotia, and defeats
sayings of Demosthenes, addressed to Demades, Phocion, and others.
Phocion tells Antipater, "You cannot use me both as a friend and
Sayings of Demades, addressed to Phocion and others.
Nicanor captures Peiraeus, with the collusion of Phocion.
tica; Polyperchon hands over Phocion and his friends to the Athenians
Sayings of Phocion, addressed to Archibiades, Aristogeiton, Callicles
Phocion is distressed by the prodigality of his son Phocus.
The just and incorruptible character of Phocion.
The Athenians condemn Phocion and put him to death.
says "that the son of Phocion, whose name was Phocus,
and of Epameinondas, and of Phocion, and of Phormion,
crossed over to Eretria with Phocion as their general.
st. Therefore, as Phocion said to Antipater, when he desi
ments, that knowing that Phocion and Epaminondas were acco
han I am. PHOCION. Phocion the Athenian was never seen to
nce of paying honours to Phocion, obtained by Meidias the
third, when Chares and Phocion were commissioned by the
Plut:Phoc_* 1-38 *
plied to the administration of Phocion. Demades was the
the Athenians. & * * *  & Phocion. Phocion urged the
al, had been defeated by Phocion at Atarneus, and forced
- Athenian archon, (?) 121 B.C.
Athenian archon: Phocion (?)
- in documents
(263-236) n of Rhodes the son of Phokion ;
(c. 280) lippides son of Phokion, Philistos son of Aretaphan
(c. 300) os of Kyzikos, son of Phokion, victor in the wrest
(256/5 or 254/3) Athens, the son of Phokion ; Nikon of Thronion C
(155/4) il 112/1 B.C. Phokion, who first created the list,
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