(Φιλοκτήμων; Philoktḗmōn). According to Isaeus (Or. 6) he was the oldest son of Euctemon from Cephisia, whose great fortune (brothels and bath houses, herds of goats and mules) caused a dispute. P. served as a knight; he died as a trierarch (captain of a trireme) around 370 BC off the coast of Chios.
Davies 15164; vgl. 14093
R.F. Wevers, Isaeus, 1969
W.E. Thompson, Isaeus VI: The Historical Circumstances, in: CR 20, 1970, 1-4.
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Kinzl, Konrad (Peterborough),
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