Person: Antipatros son of Kleinopatros from Miletos (Ionia)

Record ID: 3621
Name: Antipatros
Father's Name: Kleinopatros
Place of Origin: Miletos (Ionia)
List of Festivals:
Olympia in Elis (Elis)
List of Events:
Olympia in Elis (Elis) on ( -405 to -367 )
List of Disciplines:
combat sports: pugme
List of References:
Paus. 6.2.6-7
List of Prosopographies:
Moretti (1957), no. 385
Comment: Men from Syracuse brought a sacrifice Dionysios I to Olympia and tried to bribe the father of Antipater to have his son proclaimed as a Syracusan. Antipater, however, wrote upon his statue he was of Milesian descent and the first of the Ionians to dedicate a statue at Olympia. His statue was made by Polykleites II. Moretti 1957, no. 385 presumes the embassy of Dionysios I went to Olympia in 388 BC, giving an exact date for Antipatros' victory. Yet, this is not certain. The reign of Dionysios I gives a certain date range.