Thrasybulus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Thrasybulus   - Athenian general, who expelled the Thirty from Athens
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Wikipedia entry
Just_5.9   the refugees a man named Thrasybulus, a person of great
Just_5.10   Athenians, running away, Thrasybulus called out to them
Nepos_7.5-7 *   received by the army through Thrasybulus, son of Lycus, and made
Nepos_8.1-3 *   [1]   Thrasybulus, the Athenian, son of Lycus.
Oros_2.17   to full citizenship by Thrasybulus and his party now
Philoch_143   fter the return of Thrasybulus and his associates, who sei
Plut:Arat_16   Pelopidas the Theban and Thrasybulus the Athenian when the
Plut:Mor_189   lease my mother. & Thrasybulus was in love with his daught
Plut:Mor_835   35] and there lived till Thrasybulus and his faction retur
Polyaen_1.40.9   etly sent Theramenes and Thrasybulus with a large squadron
ValMax_4.1e.4   [1e.4]   Thrasybulus is next to be recorded.
ValMax_5.6e.2   piety flowed the soul of Thrasybulus. For when he, wishing to

  Thrasybulus 2   - tyrant of Miletus, 6th century B.C.
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Polyaen_6.47.1 to carry on the fight. [47] Thrasybulus. Halyattes had

  Thrasybulus   - in documents
DioscEpigr_7.229 shield to Pitana came Thrasybulus, having received seve
Simonid_6.214 Hieron, Polyzelus, and Thrasybulus, the sons of Deinomen
Syll_410 (? 277-275)   os Anaxikrates son of Thrasyboulos Hekatas son of G
Syll_703 (c. 133-122)   e Kleodōros and Thrasyboulos of Pheneos, the s


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