Damoxenus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a writer of New Comedy
ttitude; and accordingly Damoxenus says:- & A youth I saw
a kind of drinking-cup, as Damoxenus says in Mourning his own
- a general of Ptolemy V, early 2nd century B.C.
Aeropus, Menocles, and Damoxenus to rescue him, but they
- in documents
(180-170) ros son of Stiapyros, Damoxenos son of Kleoxenos, A
(252/1 or 249/8) Krinolaos, Antileon, Damoxenos, Amynandros Delphi
(c. 263) akleia, the son of Damoxenos Pausimachos of Hali
(214/3) son of Nikostratos Damoxenos of Herakleia, the son
(190) xidamos of Amphissa Damoxenos of Chaleion Thopia
(112) kleidas son of Philokrates, Damoxenos son of . . .,
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