Theron   - in ancient sources @

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  Theron   - tyrant of Acragas, 488-473 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Polyaen_1.28.1 to the power of Gelon. [28] & Theron. Theron, in a battle
Polyaen_1.28.2 they could board the ships. & Theron, the son of Miltiade
Polyaen_6.51.1 an alliance with them. [51] Theron. Theron kept some

  Theron   - in documents
Meleager_12.141 have learnt to be too daring. Theron did not seem fair
Meleager_12.256 vine. He tied on Theron, too, the golden-tressed saffron
Meleager_12.41 94 } & I do not count Theron fair any longer, nor Apoll
Meleager_12.60 { G-P 95 } & If I see Theron, I see everything, but if
Meleager_12.95 you a sweet kiss, may Theron chatter, and may you squee
PCairZen_59077 similar situation with Theron, the sailor from the boat,
Syll_322 Bion son of Theodoros Theron son of Antileon Hegelo
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   Boeotia, the son of Theron ; Lykos of Athens, the

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