Person: Mnasarchos? son of Theochrestos from Kyrene (Kyrenaika)

Person ID: 504
Name: Mnasarchos?
Alternative Name: [athlete]
Father's Name: Theochrestos
Place of Origin: Kyrene (Kyrenaika)
Date Range: -335 to -320
List of Festivals:
Isthmia in Isthmia (Corinthia)
List of Events:
Isthmia in Isthmia (Corinthia) on ( -335 to -320 )
List of Disciplines:
chariot: ___
List of References:
Paus. 6.12.7
SEG 9.77 = SEG 26.1831 = SEG 29.1673 = SEG 38.1892
List of Prosopographies:
Farrington (2012), no. 1.72
Mannheim ID 1084
Comment: Paus. 6.12.7 mentions a family of charioteers, three generations to be precise: the 'grandfather' and 'son' were both named Theochrestos and won in the Olympics, but the father - the middle generation - remains unnamed, who won at Isthmia. Farrington (2012), no. 1.72 and p. 124 note 300 estimates him to have been active between 335 and 320 B.C., based off of Moretti (1957) no. 508 estimating Theochrestos II (the son) to have won ca. 300 B.C. - PK SEG 9.77 (=SEG 26.1831 = SEG 29.1673 = SEG 38.1892) record a certain Mnasarchos, son of Theochrestos, who was a strategos, and identify him as the father mentioned by Pausanias. However, Moretti is correct to note that Theochrestos is quite a common name in Kyrene, so we cannot be certain. [DvdL]