An Alexandrine, Olympic victor, gives food to Eleans in time of famine.
He won this contest two times: in the 220th (101 AD) and 221st Olympiad (105 AD).
240th Olympiad, 181 AD.
218th Olympiad, 93 AD.
He won two times in this contest: in the 226th (125 AD) and 129th Olympiad (129 AD).
Eudaemon (Eudaimon). The name of two victors in the Olympian games. One of them was an Egyptian, and won the prize in boxing, but the year is not known. (Philostr. Her. ii. 6.) The. other was a native of Alexandria, and gained a victory in the foot-race in 01. 237, or A. D. 169.
He won this contest two times: in the 243rd (133 AD) & 244th Olympiad (197 AD).
He won this contest two times: in the 248th (213 AD) and 249th Olympiad (217 AD).
He won the events of wrestling and pancratium in the 182nd Olympiad (52 BC).
64B BC, 179th Olympiad
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