Thrasymedes - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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of Athens - the son-in-law of Peisistratus
tained an easy victory.  Thrasymedes. Thrasymedes,
- one of the leaders of Heracleia Pontica, 1st century B.C.
from Heracleia. Thrasymedes, one of the Heracleians,
achieving this, Thrasymedes sent most of the Heracleian
son of Nestor
→ Wikipedia entry
ring on the ground. And Thrasymedes the son of Nestor,
- in documents
the royal bank. Thrasymedes , who is not mentioned else
(140-130) f Pherai, the son of Thrasymedes; and the treasurer
(228/7-212/1) nna Hegesias of Phlya Thrasymedes of Anakaia Kallis
(c. 140) f Pherai, the son of Thrasymedes, was general of th
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