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Olympic games (13)
Ancient olympic champions, boxing
Son of Haemostratus, Olympic victor, 165th Olympiad, 120 BC.
Ancient olympic champions, boys' boxing
Olympic victor, 272 BC, 127th Olympiad.
- Cratinus: Perseus Encyclopedia
Son of Alcinous, Arcadian from Clitor, Olympic victor.
Of Clitor: Olympic victor.
Ancient olympic champions, pancratium
Xenophon of Aegium
- Xenophon: Perseus Encyclopedia
Ancient olympic champions, stadium
Son of Oenias, a Dymaean, Olympic victor, his grave, sacrifices offered to him, his statue at Olympia.
Three times olympic victor in 49, 53 and 61 BC, at the 207th, 208th and 210th Olympiad accordingly.
Ladas (280 BC, 125th Olympiad)
Ladas. A native of Aegium in Achaea, who gained a victory in the foot race at Olympia, in the 125th Olympiad, . c. 280. (Paus. iii. 21.1, x. 23,14)
- Ladas: Perseus Encyclopedia
- A dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith)
Olympic victor, 688 BC, 23rd Olympiad.
- Icarus: Perseus Encyclopedia
Victor at stadium, 336 BC, 111th Olympiad.
- Perseus: Diodorus Siculus, Library (ed. C. H. Oldfather, 1989).
Auphlidius, 20 B.C., 190th Olympiad
Ancient olympic champions, wrestling
Son of Chilon, an Achaean, Olympic victor, fights at Lamia, slain in battle.
Ancient olympic victors
The territory of Aegium is crossed by a river Phoenix, and by another called Meiganitas, both of which flow into the sea. A portico near the city was made for Straton, an athlete who won at Olympia on the same day victories in the pancratium and in wrestling. (Paus. 7.23.5)
- Strato: Perseus Encyclopedia
- Pausanias, Description of Greece