Scopas   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Scopas   - "the elder"; a Thessalian leader, 6th century B.C.
Athen_10.438 grandson of the former Scopas, was throughout his whole

  Scopas 2   - son of Creon; a Thessalian leader, early 5th century B.C.
Athen_10.438 of Revenge, says that Scopas the son of Creon, and the

  Scopas 3   - Aetolian general, 220 B.C.; later commander of the Egyptian army
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220/37 Scopas is elected general of the Aetolian League.
204/23 The revolutionary laws of Dorimachus and Scopas in Aetolia.
200/5 The Egyptian general Scopas invades Palestine.
199/7 Antiochus forces Scopas to surrender after besieging him at Sidon.
197/26 Scopas the Aetolian is put to death after being accused of treason
    Within translations:
Hieron:Chron_king aeus Epiphanes appointed Scopas to be general of his army,
Hieron:Chron_1820 Syria after defeating Scopas, and Judaea willingly surr
Joseph:AJ_* 12.131-136 * out a great army under Scopas, the general of his forces
Porph:Fr_45 ained control of Judaea, Scopas the Aetolian was sent to

  Scopas 4   of Paros - Greek sculptor, 4th century B.C.
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AnthPal_9.774 in Bacchic fury. Scopas, your god-creating art has produ
Simonid_16.60 A. And who carved her ? & B. Scopas. & A. And who made

  Scopas   - in documents
Syll_554 (c. 206/5)   skai was hipparch and Skopas of Trichonion was secr
THI_64 (263-236)   p; ;   sponsor: Skopas of Trichonion  


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