Zopyrus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Persian who helped Dareius to capture Babylon, 521 B.C.
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great anxiety about it, Zopyrus, one of the assassins of
said, Of men like Zopyrus, - who was a loyal person and
failed in this instance, Zopyrus later copied it with succ
gainst the Babylonians.  & Zopyrus. Dareius besieged
of Heracleia - a poet and Homeric scholar, 6th century B.C.
lars: Orpheus of Croton, Zopyrus of Heracleia, Onomacritus
of Syracuse - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 220 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Zopyrus of Syracuse
race 140th [220 B.C.] - Zopyrus of Syracuse, stadion race
- Athenian archon, 186 B.C.
Athenian archon: Zopyrus
- a historian or biographer, who wrote about the death of Thucydides
xile. He says that Zopyrus relates that after their defeat
- in documents
A. All those whom Zopyrus robbed of the sweet daylight,
(c. 269-246) cost of it. Zopyros the overseer of the sacred
more willing to help as Zopyros belonged to a Kaunian fam
(? 249) and Sosigenes son of Zopyros, having been appoi
(soon after 200) . . . ] son of Zopyros, [who was appointed] by the
(late 3rd century) os Simos Polemarchos Zopyros Philinos Demetrios Leu
(250-200) loumene daughter of Zopyros Protagoras son of Hegel
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