Antenor   - in ancient sources @

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  Antenor   of Athens - victor in the pancration contest, 308 B.C.
308/10 Antenor of Athens wins the pancration at the Olympic games, and at
    Within translations:
Athen_13.578 play & The harlot with Antenor, was indignant: & But she
Euseb]:Chron_205 Corinth, stadion race Antenor of Athens or Miletus, und

  Antenor 2   of Erythrae - father of the philosopher Eubulus
Apollod:Fr_47 of Erythrae, the son of Antenor, [died] when Alexander

  Antenor   - in documents
Syll_314 (c. 320 +)   nax Men's pancration: Antenor of Miletos, the so
Syll_322 ntiochos son of Seleukos Antenor son of Xenares - in
THI_108 (c. 228)   oros son of Samiades Antenor son of Euandrides Auto

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