Pythion - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an Athenian patriot, 3rd century B.C.
Onetorides, Sthenocrates and Pythion. As soon as they
- a Perrhaebian city in Thessaly, Greece
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(c. 231-229) s, a citizen of Pythion, died without leaving an he
- a sanctuary of Pythian Apollo at Athens
(129/8) performed near the Pythion, and whoever [are] cho
- in documents
Alexander, Monimus, the son of Pythion, asked her in marri
(320-305) Marathon, the son of Pythion, and the other presid
(c. 180) odoros son of Kydimos Pythion son of Poseidonios Ei
(c. 198) s free; Bloson son of Pythion, from the contributio
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