Metrophanes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Athenian archon, 145 B.C.
Athenian archon: Metrophanes
- a naval commander of Mithridates
Fannius and Metrophanes escape with difficulty to Mithridates, after
sends out men to search for Metrophanes, one of Mithridates' general
also the royal praetor Metrophanes, was defeated by Mamercus.
- in documents
591 Latin Text Gaius Fulmonius Metrophanes. Capua.
(c. 160) a} and Menandros son of Metrophanes was city-archon
(213) s - Metrodoros, Metrophanes, Sokrates and Herakle
imeas Apollodoros son of Metrophanes Kritoboulos so
(c. 208) the son of Demetrios Metrophanes of Pergamon, the
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