Diophanes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Megalopolis - Achaean general, 192 B.C.
Achaean General: Diophanes
Diophanes of Megalopolis serves under Philopoemon in the fighting aga
Flamininus forces Diophanes, the general of the Achaean League, to
of Mytilene - one of the teachers of Ti.Gracchus
fully, and employs eminent teachers including Diophanes of Mytilene.
The trial of the followers of Ti.Gracchus, and death of Diophanes.
ularly, in his youth, by Diophanes of Mitylene, who was
of Aeolis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 12 B.C.
race 192nd [12 B.C.] - Diophanes of Aeolis, stadion race
of Prusa - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 13 A.D.
stadion race 198th [13 A.D.] - Diophanes of Prusa [by Mt.
- in documents
(c. 160) [A] When Diophanes son of Daimachos was
(178) Dorymenes to Diophanes greetings. The
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