Heracleides - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Mylasa - a commander at the battle of Artemisium
mployed at Artemisium by Heracleides of Mylasa, who was
of Maroneia - a flatterer of Seuthes, king of Thrace
ed."  Such also was Heracleides of Maroneia, the flat
Ponticus - Peripatetic philosopher, 4th century B.C.
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Dionysius Metathemenos as a pupil of Heracleides.
The death of the philosopher Heracleides Ponticus.
DIOGENES LAERTIUS, Life of Heracleides
Crotonians. But Heracleides of Pontus, in his treatise
ighty warrior. But Heracleides of Pontus, in his treatise
ntioned. But since Heracleides of Pontus, in his treatise
the Bladder. And Heracleides of Pontus, in his treatise
ery pleasantly argued by Heracleides of Pontus, in his tre
esult, as we are told by Heracleides of Pontus, in his tre
hrygian. [19.] & But Heracleides of Pontus, in the thi
Roman engine, and that Heracleides of Pontus was the ori
aters, as that Pontic trifler [Heracleides] has it, but
Diocles, first of all of Heracleides, his fellow citizen;
Sophisms, addressed to Heracleides, and Pollis; five vol
emus of Pyrrha and Heracleides of Heracleia were beaten
- a Syracusan politician, 4th century B.C.
Sostratus and Heracleides are sent with a Syracusan army to Croton.
defend Rhegium, when it is attacked by Sostratus and Heracleides.
of Temnus - a Greek living in Egypt, 4th century B.C.
PEleph_1, the marriage contract of Heracleides and Demetria.
- son of Agathocles
soldiers kill Archagathus and Heracleides, the sons of Agathocles.
sons, Archagathus and Heracleides, he directed his cours
assy to him, and his son Heracleides, who was a boy of ext
- commander of Demetrius' garrison at Athens
ned a complete victory.  Heracleides. When Demetr
of Cyme - governor of Heracleia, 3rd century B.C.
abitants of Heracleia arrest Heracleides, their previous governor,
Heracleia she sent there Heracleides of Cyme, a man who
all, they went to Heracleides and urged him to leave the
of Salamis - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic games, 204 B.C.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Heracleides of Salamis in Cyprus
race 144th [204 B.C.] - Heracleides of Salamis in Cyprus,
of Tarentum - a minister of king Philippus
and Rhodes, allegedly caused by Heracleides, an agent of Philippus.
including the imprisonment of his unpopular minister Heracleides.
ries [ 13.4 ], says that Heracleides of Tarentum was a fla
onspirators. Heracleides, the Tarentine architect,
of Byzantium - an envoy of Antiochus III
Antiochus sends Heracleides of Byzantium to negotiate with the Romans
Lembus - philosopher and grammarian, 2nd century B.C.
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General comments on the career of the grammarian Heracleides Lembus.
Uranopolis. And Heracleides Lembus speaks concerning
gs. At all events, Heracleides Lembus, in the twenty-first
victim.  But Heracleides Lembus relates that in Spar
ere Mysta and Nysa." But Heracleides Lembus, in the thirty
rs, and among them Heracleides, in his Abridgment of Sotio
- Egyptians, 2nd century B.C.
Bagnall_103A, a petition to Pancrates from Heracleides, an orphan
banker's receipt for a payment made by Demetrius son of Heracleides.
- Athenian archon, 104 B.C.
Athenian archon: Heracleides
of Temnus - convicted of fraud, 1st century B.C.
reverse the conviction of Heracleides of Temnus, for defrauding
of Mopsuestia - a grammarian
of an Athenian, which Heracleides of Mopsuestia gives
of Tarsus - a Stoic philosopher, 2nd century B.C.
right path.  Heracleides of Tarsus, indeed, the frie
of Cos - the father of Hippocrates
He was the son of Heracleides and Phaenarete, and could
Heracleides 19 of Cyme
- author of a History of Persia, 4th century B.C.
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 But Heracleides of Cyme, who compiled a history of
of Thrace - a companion of Alexander
Nearchus the Cretan, Stasanor, Heracleides the Thracian
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