[I 1] Important king of the Odrysae 383/2-360/59 BC
Important king of the Odrysae 383/2-360/59 BC (Suda s.v. C.; characterization in Ath. 12,531e-532a), successor to Hebryzelmis . C.'s diplomatic and military skill -- suppression of the uprisings of Adamas (Aristot. Pol. 1311b) and Miltocythes (Dem. Or. 23,115) -- led to a consolidation and expansion of the kingdom of the Odrysae. With the help of his son-in-law, the Athenian mercenary leader Iphicrates (Dem. …
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von Bredow, Iris (Bietigheim-Bissingen),
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