Panares was a general of the ancient city of Kydonia at the time which the Romans attacked the city in 69 BC. In this era Kydonia had aligned itself with the interests of pirates and incurred the anger of the Roman Senate. When the Romans vanquished Kydonia, Panares surrendered the city, while co-general Lasthenes fled to Knossos.
- Appianus, 1899
- Mommsen, 1894
- Hogan, 2008
- Alexandria Appianus and Horace White, The Roman History of Appian of Alexandria, 1899, Macmillan company
- * C. Michael Hogan, Cydonia, Modern Antiquarian, January 23, 2008 
- Theodor Mommsen, The History of Rome, Translated by William Purdie Dickson, published 1894
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