Lysander   - in ancient sources @

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  Lysander   - Spartan general, late 5th century B.C.
Wikipedia entry
Plutarch,- PLUTARCH, Lysander
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_1.59 Greeks and even before Lysander the Spartan, when Lysand
Athen_6.233 Apollo; and that when Lysander brought gold publicly
Athen_6.234 the money sent to Sparta by Lysander. But that which
Athen_6.271 izens; and they say that Lysander, who defeated the Atheni
Athen_12.543 ich account Agis said of Lysander, that Sparta had produce
Athen_12.550 ssembly; and then, after Lysander had publicly reproached
Athen_13.555 account they punished Lysander, because he left his for
Athen_15.696 as that song written on Lysander the Spartan, which reall
Just_5.5 occurrences at Athens, Lysander was appointed by the Lac
Just_5.8 Lacedaemonians committed it to Lysander to model the gover
Just_6.4 In this encounter Lysander, under whose conduct the Athen
Plut:Agis_14 armies under Agesilaus, Lysander, or Leonidas of old have
Plut:Mor_190 ius the tyrant presented Lysander's daughters with rich
Polyaen_* 1.45.1-5 * Xenophon, Hell_1.6'36] [45] & Lysander. Lysander, who had
Polyaen_7.19.1 aemonians recalled Lysander from Asia, because Pharnabazus
Syll_517 (315-280)   merios, admiral of Lysandros - an ancestor of Al
Teles_48 was more celebrated than Lysander the Spartan, and rewarde

  Lysander 2   of Sicyon - a harp-player
Athen_14.637 Atthis [ Fr_23 ], says- "Lysander the Sicyonian harp-playe
Philoch_23 Athen_15.637'f & Lysander of Sicyon, a famous harp-playe

  Lysander 3   - son of Calliphon; an opponent of Lachares, early 3rd century B.C.
FGrH_257a.1 Charias and Peithias and Lysander the son of Calliphon and

  Lysander 4   - son of Libys; Spartan ephor, 3rd century B.C.
Plut:Agis_* 6-13 * the other hand, Lysander, the son of Libys, Mandroclida
Plut:Agis_19 off, asked him whether Lysander and Agesilaus had not

  Lysander 5   - husband of Philippe, and father of Medeius
Plut:Mor_843 ilippe. Of her and Lysander came Medeius, who also was an

  Lysander 6   - Athenian archon, 52 B.C.
52/_ Athenian archon: Lysander

  Lysander   - in documents
Syll_506 (c. 237/6)   pos, Herakleides Boeotians: Lysandros, . . . Chi
Syll_542 (228/7-212/1)   ia Thrason of Kikynna Lysandros of Acharnai Hegesin
Syll_544 (250-200)   As proposed by Lysandros: so that there may be reve
Syll_567 (c. 204/1)   xikrates son of Lysandros, Tachippos son of Xenod
Syll_674 (c. 140)   moxenos son of Lysandros and Lampromachos son of Po
Syll_679 (190-140)   ates said, a certain Lysandros of Priene had previo
THI_64 (263-236)   os       Lysandros of Thasos the son

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