Olympiodorus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a patriotic Athenian general, early 3rd century B.C.
The Athenian general Olympiodorus defeats the army of Cassander at
Olympiodorus recaptures the Peiraeus from the Macedonians.
Athenian archon: Olympiodorus
Athenian archon: Olympiodorus (II)
Olympiodorus captures the Museium, and frees Athens from its Macedoni
chares recovers Eleusis, and Olympiodorus defends it against a Macedo
Antiphates Nicias Nicostratus Olympiodorus . . . Philippu
tiphates, Nicias, Nicostratus, Olympiodorus, Philippus.
- in documents
(95/4) pottery work: Olympiodoros, Onasagoras [Therefo
(c. 200) sistrota daughter of Olympiodoros : 5 drachmas Dino
(178) the king concerning Olympiodoros handed over to us
. . ., exegetes, Olympiodorus, advocate, Apollonius
(228/7-212/1) Diomeia basileus:] Olympiodoros of Acharnai pol
(c. 180) Athens, the son of Olympiodoros, who was summoned
(193) deon in the year when Olympiodoros was archon, Apat
(263-236) . the son of Olympiodoros ;
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