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  Iphicrates   - Athenian general, 4th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Just_6.5 aid of the Boeotians by Iphicrates, a young man only twen
Philoch_150 assembled it, and later Iphicrates took it over and then
Plut:Mor_186 riage. IPHICRATES. Iphicrates was despised because he was
Plut:Mor_187 aid he, they do not know Iphicrates, for his very name use
Plut:Mor_194 himself or Chabrias or Iphicrates the better general,
Plut:Mor_836 wrote two orations for Iphicrates, - one against Harmodi
Polyaen_2.24.1 edos would not venture to join Iphicrates at Byzantium.
Polyaen_3.9.1 zed control of the city. [9] & Iphicrates. After Iphicrate
Polyaen_* 3.9.10-19 * of a battle. 10 & Iphicrates, when once he was commanding
Polyaen_3.9.2 had routed the enemy, Iphicrates never allowed his line
Polyaen_* 3.9.20-29 * ens by night. When Iphicrates was informed of this, he sum
Polyaen_3.9.3 heir conquests. & Iphicrates had taken control of a town
Polyaen_* 3.9.30-39 * particular enterprise, Iphicrates advised them to pull
Polyaen_3.9.4 of the place. & Iphicrates was making a raid into Thrac
Polyaen_* 3.9.40-49 * ships. 40 & When Iphicrates and the tyrant Jason were
Polyaen_3.9.5 enophon, Anab_2.2'20] & Iphicrates, finding it necessary
Polyaen_* 3.9.50-59 * ring a raid into Thrace, Iphicrates encamped on an open
Polyaen_3.9.6 eft open. & After Iphicrates had sustained a defeat, he
Polyaen_* 3.9.60-63 * sembly. 60 & After Iphicrates had ravaged the territory
Polyaen_* 3.9.7-9 * ped opposite each other, Iphicrates, whose objective was
Polyaen_3.9.8 had foretold success, Iphicrates still declined a battl

  Iphicrates   - in documents
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   Kallikrates son of Iphikrates - who have come be

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