Androsthenes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a general of Philippus V of Macedonia
The Achaeans defeats Philippus's general Androsthenes near Corinth.
of Gortona - leader of the Thessalians in 187 B.C.
second time. Then Androsthenes the son of Italas, from
Praviles, Eunomus again, Androsthenes, Thrasymachus, Laont
(early 2nd cent.) n Androsthenes of Gyrton, the son
(c. 188/7) /7 B.C. ) When Androsthenes of Gyrton, the son of I
- in documents
Polycrates, Arcadian; Androsthenes, Coan; Numenius,
(3rd cent.) don of Lindos, son of Androsthenes Hagesandros of A
(c. 304-301) os of Lampsakos, the son of Androsthenes . . . has
(173-169) ylos [herald]: Androsthenes son of Parmenisk
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