Conon   - in ancient sources @

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  Conon   of Athens - a general, late 5th century and early 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Athen_10.419 otheus, the son of Conon, being once taken by Plato from
Athen_12.548 ted part of the city, in Conon's house, which was well ada
Athen_13.577 her that I am the son of Conon." And Carystius, in his His
Just_5.5 ibiades to make room for Conon, thinking that they had
Just_5.6 exile. [5.6] & & Conon, being put in the place of Alcibi
Just_* 6.1-5 * ce, as commander by sea, Conon the Athenian, who, having
Philoch_144 the benefit bestowed by Conon the son of Timotheus, who
Philoch_146 After this sea battle, Conon restored the long walls for
Philoch_150 in Plutus [173 ]. Conon first assembled it, and later Iph
Plut:Mor_837 ers Timotheus the son of Conon was one, with whom he visit
Plut:Mor_838 by Timotheus the son of Conon, before the entry of the
Polyaen_1.44.1 Eteonicus. While Conon the Athenian was besieging Eteoni
Polyaen_1.48.1 so: Diodorus, 13.66-67] [48] & Conon. Conon, who was in
Polyaen_1.48.2 end to the war. & Conon was confronted by Callicratidas,

  Conon 2   of Samos - an astronomer, 3rd century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
245/4 The astronomer Conon discovers the "Lock of Berenice".

  Conon 3   - an Athenian, accused of assault by Demosthenes, 4th century B.C.
Philoch_21 Demosthenes, in Against Conon [ 54'26 ]: "So they took

  Conon   - in documents
AnthPal_11.108 [108] JULIAN (?) & { F 2 } & Conon is two cubits tall,
RC_45 (186)   e sent to the king - Konon, Zethos and Androkles
SEG_39.702 (275-250)   inos son of Dēimachos, Konon son of . . ., and
Syll_482 (269/8)   tyxidas, Stratolaos, Konon, Antimachos Phokians: L
Syll_559 (c. 207/6)   os son of Pythagoras, Konon son of Dionysios and La
Syll_657 (155/4)   riadai, the son of Konon Sonikos of Philaidai, the
THI_77 (318)   cred heralds: since Konon son of Poseidippos has ac

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