Teutamus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Teutamus   - king of the Assyrians at the time of the Trojan War
Euseb]:Chron_57 Troy, Asia was ruled by Teutamus, who was the twenty-sixt
Euseb]:Chron_63 uot; Then he says: "Teutamus became king after Mitrae
Euseb]:Chron_65 ears. Mithraeus, for 27 years. Teutamus, for 32 years. Tro

  Teutamus 2   - Macedonian officer who betrayed Eumenes in 316 B.C.
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Plut:Eum_13 ar. Antigenes and Teutamus too, who commanded the Argyras
Plut:Eum_16 this Antigenes and Teutamus, who were at the head of the
Plut:Eum_17 ter the battle was over, Teutamus sent some of his corps
Polyaen_04.8.2 plot were Antigenes and Teutamus, who behaved with rudene


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