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Burichus (Demetrii sectator)

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Burichus (Graece Βούριχος), qui saeculo IV a.C.n. exeunte floruit, Antigoni Monophthalmi coaevus, fuit sectator Demetrii Poliorcetae, Antigoni filii, et secundum Democharem unus inter adulatores Demetrii qui Athenis obsequia heroica recepit. In proelio iuxta Salaminem Cypriam commisso pugnavit; ibi una cum Neone ad nautas e naufragiis recuperandas emissus est.

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  • "Prosopography of Antigonos's Friends and Subordinates" in Richard A. Billows, Antigonos the One-Eyed and the Creation of the Hellenistic State (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1990) no. 26, p. 378
  • C. Habicht, Gottmenschentum und griechische Städte (2a ed. Monaci, 1970) pp. 55-58
  • H. Hauben, Het vlootbevelhebberschap in de vroege Diadochen tijd (Bruxellis, 1975) pp. 114-115
  • U. Wilcken, "Burichos" in Paulys Real-Enzyklopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft edd. G. Wissowa et alii (Stuttgart, 1893-1972 ~ ~)