Comanus   - in ancient sources @

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  Comanus   - king of the Segobrigii, (?) 6th century B.C.
Just_43.4 was dead, and his son Comanus had succeeded to the thro

  Comanus 2   - general of Ptolemy V, 2nd century B.C.
186/9a Comanos, the general of Ptolemy, defeats and captures Ankhwennefer
    Within translations:
THI_260 (186)   eral of Ptolemy, Comanos (called Eumenos in the

  Comanus 3   - brother of Cleon, 2nd century B.C.
Diod_34.2 Rupilius captured Comanus the brother of Cleon, who was

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