Cimon   - in ancient sources @

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  Cimon   - son of Miltiades; Athenian statesman and general, 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Cimon
    Within translations:
Athen_13.589 ed. Moreover, when Cimon had had an incestuous affair with
Athen_13.594 estion, of Miltiades, or Cimon, or Pericles, or of some
Just_2.15 minated as their general Cimon the Athenian, the son of
Polyaen_1.34.1 lso: Diodorus, 11.35'2] [34] & Cimon. After Cimon had defe
Polyaen_1.34.2 Diodorus, 11.61'7] & Cimon, having carried off many
Simonid_7.258 courage. * & In this battle Cimon defeated the Persians
Simonid_7.296 epitaph of those who fell in Cimon's last campaign in
Simonid_16.232 m_7 ; see also Aeschin_3.184-5 Cimon . . . turned over {th

  Cimon 2   - Athenian archon, 288 B.C.
288/_ Athenian archon: Cimon
287/2 the hoplites, keeps Athens free from danger while Cimon is archon.
    Within translations:
Syll_409 (c. 255/4)   during the year when Kimon was archon {288/7 B.

  Cimon 3   - Athenian archon, 236 B.C.
236/_ Athenian archon: Cimon
    Within translations:
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   sis for the year when Kimon was archon, he took

  Cimon 4   - a citizen of Elis, 3rd century B.C.
Callim:Epigr_61 be who pass the tomb of Cimon of Elis, know that ye pass

  Cimon 5   - a citizen of Corinth, 4th century B.C.
PsCallisth_1.19 Xanthias the Boeotian, Cimon the Corinthian, and Alexand

  Cimon 6   - of Cleonae; Greek painter, ? 6th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Simonid_9.758 58] & { P 33b } & Cimon painted the door on the right,
Simonid_16.84 ith no ignorant hand did Cimon paint these things; but no

  Cimon   - in documents
AntipThes_11.224 saw the erect penis of Cimon, Priapus said, "Alas! altho

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