Cineas   - in ancient sources @

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  Cineas   - a companion of Pyrrhus king of Epirus, who was sent as envoy to Rome
Wikipedia entry
280/6 Pyrrhus sends Cineas ahead to Tarentum.
280/31 Cineas arrives at Rome as the ambassador of Pyrrhus, and unsuccessful
280/33 Cineas returns to Pyrrhus, and calls the Roman senate "a parliament
278/20 Cineas goes to Rome again, but he is unable to negotiate peace terms.
    Within translations:
Cic:Tusc_1.59   or Theodectes, ** or that Cineas, ** who was sent to
Ennius:Ann_194   gainst any acceptance of Cineas' offers : CICERO : When
Ennius:Ann_197   in my heart ? [197] & Cineas reports to Pyrrhus his fai
Just_18.2   ratify the treaty, Cineas was sent to Rome by Pyrrhus with
Plin:HN_7.88   Roman people, King Pyrrhus's envoy Cineas knew those of the senate
ValMax_4.3.6   to Pyrrhus, and heard Cineas the Thessalian telling the

  Cineas 2   of Athens - father of Thallus, 4th century B.C.
Plut:Phoc_13 ians, Thallus the son of Cineas, and Glaucus the son of

  Cineas 3   of Athens - brother of Demetrius, 4th century B.C.
Polyaen_2.32.1 lso: Pausanias, 4.27'1] [32] & Cineas. In a battle near

  Cineas   - in documents
Syll_492 (c. 263)   akleia, the son of Kineas Herakleitos of Halikar

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