Satyrus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Satyrus   I - king of the Cimmerian Bosporus; died c. 389 B.C.
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Polyaen_08.55.1 reinstated in his throne by Satyrus, tyrant of Bosphoru

  Satyrus 2   II - king of the Cimmerian Bosporus, 311 B.C.
311/33 uler of the Cimmerian Bosporus, who is succeeded by his son Satyrus.
310/28 Satyrus is killed while attacking Aripharnes, king of the Siraces,

  Satyrus 3   - a flatterer of Dionysius, tyrant of Syracuse
Athen_06.250 there was a man named Satyrus who was a flatterer of

  Satyrus 4   - tyrant of Heracleia, middle of 4th century B.C.
Just_16.5 not liberated. 18 Satyrus, the brother of Clearchus, made
Memn_2 ible tortures. [2] Satyrus the brother of Clearchus took

  Satyrus 5   of Olynthus - a comic actor, 4th century B.C.
Athen_13.591 the Areopagus; as also Satyrus, the Olynthian actor, was

  Satyrus 6   of Elis - victor in the Olympic boxing competition, 320 B.C.
320/16 Satyrus of Elis wins two Olympic victories for boxing.

  Satyrus 7   - a sophist, late 4th century B.C.
310/8 hilotas, Propis, Ptolemy, Satyrus, Telephanes, Zethus and others.
    Within translations:
Athen_08.350 things at the mother of Satyrus the Sophist, because she

  Satyrus 8   - Athenian opponent of Demetrius, early 3rd century B.C.
Polyaen_05.17.1 allisthenes, Theopompus, Satyrus, Onetorides, Sthenocrates

  Satyrus 9   of Callatis - Peripatetic philosopher and biographer, 3rd century B.C.
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Athen_04.168 to their own estate, as Satyrus in his treatise on Charac
Athen_06.248 Athenian by birth, as Satyrus the Peripatetic affirms,
Athen_06.250 leads to heaven." And Satyrus, in his Lives, says that
Athen_12.541 Sicily, an account is given by Satyrus the Peripatetic,
Athen_13.556 Demetrius Phalereus, and Satyrus the Peripatetic, and Aris
Athen_13.557 ars which he reigned, as Satyrus relates in his History
Athen_13.584 ung men of the city, (as Satyrus mentions in his Lives,)
Plut:Mor_847 drinking of poison; and Satyrus the historian will have

  Satyrus 10   - a flute-player, 3rd century B.C.
240/15 and his followers Diphilus, Eratosthenes, Miltiades, and Satyrus.

  Satyrus 11   - son of Polemarchus; Aetolian overseer of the temple at Delphi, around 200 B.C.
199/2 Burstein_69, a decree of Delphi in honour of Satyrus.

  Satyrus 12   (C. Julius Satyrus) - envoy from the city of Chersonesus, 1st century B.C.
46/80 iption in honour of C.Julius Satyrus, an envoy from Chersonesus to

  Satyrus 13   of Heracleia - a supporter of Mithridates, early 1st century B.C.
Memn_27 navy, seized Silenus and Satyrus, two distinguished Heracl

  Satyrus 14   of Thyrrheium - a benefactor of the temple at Delphi, 3rd century B.C.
272/1a ree of the Amphictyons in honour of Satyrus, Teisander and Phaenion.

  Satyrus 15   - a leader of the rebel slaves in Sicily, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_36.10 only a thousand, led by Satyrus; at first Aquilius determ

  Satyrus   - in documents
DionHal:Din_13 87. Defence for Satyrus against Charidemus, in a guardi
Inscr_61.D (173-169)   ukos second:   Satyros son of (?) Euandros bea
Inscr_64 (263-236)   f Messene the son of Satyros     ;  
Inscr_85 (late 3rd century)   goddess Philadelphos, by Satyros. [9bis   Gree
Inscr_95 (200/199)   escribed by law: since Satyros [of Agrinion], the
Inscr_99.O (c. 130)   arantor of the proxeny is Satyros son of Rhybas. [P
SEG_56.636 (c. 170/69)   of Alexippos: since Satyros of Athens, the son of
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   n of Halis the son of Satyros - and when we had ins
Syll_322 Zeus Lykos son of Leon Satyros son of Baton Ornym
Syll_361 (301)   rated Elateia. Lykos son of Satyros made the sta
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   os of Chios Director: Satyros of Argos, the son of
Syll_482 (269/8)   follows: Aetolians: Satyros, Kydrion, Mattyxidas,
Syll_648 (c. 194)   The people of Delos crowns Satyros of Samos, the
Syll_657 (155/4)   &{167/6 B.C. } Satyros of Kephisia, the son of Ari

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