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Diogenes of Sinope MP (c.-412 - -323)

Diogenes of Sinope (Διογένης ὁ Σινωπεύς) Diogenes the Cynic (Greek: Δ�...

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Philitas of Cos (deceased)

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Posidippus MP (deceased)

Posidippus of Pella (Ancient Greek: Ποσείδιππος, Poseidippos, c. 310 BC – 240 BC) was an Ancient Greek epigrammatic p...

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Bias MP (deceased)

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Mnasippus MP (deceased)

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Clearchus MP (deceased)

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Sphodrias MP (b. - -371)

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Hierax (deceased)

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Antalcidas MP (deceased)

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Argileonis (deceased)

Argileonis, the mother of Brasidas, when her son had met his death,1 and some of the citizens of Amphipolis arrived at Sparta and came to her, asked if her son had met his death honourably and in a man...

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Tellis MP (deceased)

Tellis (73 words) Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) Tellis (Τέλλις; Téllis). Spartiate, father of Brasidas, married to Argileonis, who commented on th...

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Brasidas MP (b. - -422)

Brasidas (Greek: Βρασίδας) (died 422 BC) was a Spartan officer during the first decade of the Peloponnesian War.

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Lysander MP (b. - -395)

Lysander (pron.: /laɪˈsændər/ or /ˈlaɪˌsændər/; died 395 BC, Greek: Λύσανδρο<...

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Philopoemen MP (-253 - -183)

Philopoemen (in Greek, Φιλοποίμην, transliterated as Philopoimen), (253 BC, Megalopolis – 183 BC, Messene) was a skilled Gre...

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Gylippus MP (deceased)

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Demosthenes MP (deceased)

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Theagenes MP (deceased)

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Aristides MP (-530 - -468)

Aristides (or Aristeides, Greek: Ἀριστείδης, 530 BC – 468 BC) was an ancient Athenian statesman. Nicknamed "the Just", he fl...

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Agyrrhius (deceased)

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Adeimantus (deceased)

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Isagoras MP (deceased)

Isagoras (Ἰσαγόρας), son of Tisander, was an Athenian aristocrat in the late 6th century BC.

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Hippias MP (deceased)

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Hipparchus MP (b. - -514)

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Aeschines MP (-389 - -314)

Aeschines (Greek: Αἰσχίνης, Aischínēs; 389 – 314 BC) was a Greek statesman and one of the ten Attic orators.

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Polybius (deceased)

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Epicurus MP (-341 - -270)

Epicurus (Greek: Ἐπίκουρος, Epikouros, "ally, comrade"; 341 BCE – 270 BCE) was an ancient Greek philosopher as well as the founder ...

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Inachus - King of (the Inachus River) MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Inachus (Ancient Greek: Ἴναχος) was a king of Argos after whom a river was called Inachus River,[1] the modern Panitsa that drains the west...

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Epaminondas MP (-418 - -362)

Epaminondas (Greek: Ἐπαμεινώνδας; ca. 418 BC – 362 BC), or Epameinondas, was a Theban general and statesman of...

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Adeimantus MP (deceased)

Herodotus Histories, Book 8 The Athenians say that Adeimantus, the Corinthian commander, at the moment when the two fleets joined battle, was seized with fear, and being beyond measure alarmed, sprea...

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Andromache (deceased)

so : Alexander, from Priene (Altes Museum, Berlin) Like all ancient kings, Alexander claimed that the gods were his ancestors. Already in the fifth century, the Macedonian kings said that they de...

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Olympias, Queen Consort of Macedonia MP (-375 - -316)

Olympias, Princess of Epirus, Queen Consort of Macedonia, was born circa 375 BC; died circa 316 BC. Olympias Olympias (Greek: Ολυμπιάς) (c. 376 B...

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Peisistratos MP (deceased)

Peisistratos (6th century – 527/528 BC; also spelled Pisistratus; Greek: Πεισίστρατος) was a tyrant, who ruled...

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Terpsichore - (Muse - dance) MP (deceased)

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Polyhymnia - (Musa da poesia sacra) MP (deceased)

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Urania - (Muse - astronomy) MP (deceased)

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Clio - Musa da história MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Clio (Greek: Κλειώ, English: /ˈklaɪ.oʊ/) or Kleio, is the muse of history. Like all the muses, she is a daughter of Zeus and ...

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Melpomene - Muse - tragedy MP (deceased)

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Thaleia - (Musa da comédia) MP (1988 - d.)

Thalia (in ancient Greek Θάλεια / Tháleia or Θάλια / Thália, "the joyous, the flourishing", from θ...

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Aphrodite Goddess of Love MP (deceased)

[1] Born from the castrated genitals of OURANOS in the sea's foam (Hesiod Theogony 188, Cicero De Natura Deorum 3.21, Apuleius 6.6, Nonnus Dionysiaca 1.86, et al)[2] ZEUS & DIONE (Homer Iliad 5.370; Eu...

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Ares God of War MP (c.-1680 - d.)

) Deus olímpico da guerra, ele é mais exatamente o deus da guerra selvagem, ou sede de sangue, ou matança personificada.

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Zeno of Citium MP (-334 - -262)

Zeno of Citium. Greek philosopher. Founder of Stoicism Zeno of Citium (Greek: Ζήνων ὁ Κιτιεύς, Zēn&#x...

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Homer MP (deceased)

Homer - Ὅμηρος Homēros Homer (Ancient Greek: Ὅμηρος, Hómēros) in classical tradition is the an...

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Pythagoras of Samos MP (-570 - -495)

Pythagoras of Samos (Ancient Greek: Ὁ Πυθαγόρας ὁ Σάμιος Ho Pythagóras ho S...

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Satyros of Elis MP (deceased)

Statue at Olympia by Silanion, commemorating his victory there of 332 or 328 B.C. Pausanias 6.4.5: Satyrus of Elis, son of Lysianax, of the clan of the Iamidae, won five victories at Nemea for boxing...

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Euclid MP (-322 - -275)

Euclid, Εὐκλείδης Eukleidēs Euclid (pronounced /ˈjuːklɪd/ EWK-lid; Ancient Greek: Εὐκ&#...

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Archimedes MP (c.-287 - -212)

Archimedes - Ἀρχιμήδης Archimedes of Syracuse (Greek: Ἀρχιμήδης; c. 287 B...

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Hippocrates MP (c.-460 - c.-370)

Hippocrates of Cos or Hippokrates of Kos (ca. 460 BC – ca. 370 BC) - Greek: Ἱπποκράτης; Hippokrátēs was an anc...

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Dionysus God of Wine MP (deceased)

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Agamemnon, King of Mycenae MP (deceased)

Agamemnon From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia This article is about a character in Greek mythology. For other uses, see Agamemnon (disambiguation). In Greek mythology, Agamemnon ("very resolute...

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Minotaur MP (deceased)

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Minos, King of Crete MP (deceased)

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Icarus Wings burned in the sun MP (deceased)

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Pyrrhus King of Epirus MP (-318 - -272)

Pyrrhus of Epirus was born circa 319 BC; died circa 272 BC.

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Penélopê of Sparta MP (deceased)

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Telegonus, King of Tusculum MP (deceased)

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Arkêsios - - Arceisius King of Ithaka MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Arcesius (or Arkêsios; also spelled Arceisius or Arkeisios) was the son of either Zeus or Cephalus, and king in Ithaca. A son of Zeus and Euryodia, husband of Chalcomedus...

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Periboea, a Naiad MP (deceased)

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Laërtês - King of Ithaka MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Laërtes (Greek: Λαέρτης) was the son of Arcesius and Chalcomedusa. He was the father of Odysseus (who was thus called Laertia...

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Antiklia - - Anticlea MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Anticlea (Ancient Greek: Ἀντίκλεια, "Without-Fame") was the daughter of Autolycus and Amphithea and mother of Odysseus...

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Amphithea MP (deceased)

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Calíope - Musa da poesia épica MP (deceased)

KALLIOPE (or Calliope) was the eldest of the Mousai (Muses), the goddesses of music, song and dance. She was also the goddess of eloquence, who bestowed her gift on kings and princes.

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Apollon - MP (c.-1674 - d.)

Deus Irmão gêmeo de Arthemis

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Meliboea (deceased)

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Pelasgos of Troy (deceased)

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Timothea (-135 - d.)

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Medeios (c.-140 - d.)

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Philippea (c.-120 - d.)

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Díoklês I Meliteus (c.-120 - d.)

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Timothea (c.-95 - d.)

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Leonides III Meliteus MP (c.-120 - d.)

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Philostratos (c.-170 - d.)

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Soteira (c.-140 - d.)

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Athenagoras II Meliteus MP (c.-185 - d.)

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Athenagoras I Meliteus MP (c.-220 - d.)

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Phorbas (deceased)

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Deïon, King of Phocis (deceased)

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Sísyphos, King of Corinth (deceased)

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Nymph Venila the Nymph (deceased)

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Orseïs Ninfa (deceased)

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Dino Deino - Graeae (deceased)

The Graeae (English translation: "old women", "gray ones", or "gray witches", alternatively spelled Graiai (Γραῖαι), Graiae, Graii), were three sisters with on...

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N.N. Hagnousios, Daughter of Themistokles IV (c.40 - d.)

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Euryale - Megara Gorgon ) MP (deceased)

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Stheno - Ueale Gorgon ) MP (deceased)

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Medusa MP (deceased)

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Echidna MP (c.2300 - c.1200)

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Helios MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology the sun was personified as Helios (pronounced /ˈhiliˌɑs/) (Greek: Ἥλιος, Latinized as Helius). Homer often calls him simply Ti...

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Eos Dawn - Aurora . MP (-1260 - d.)

Eos (Greek Ἠώς, or Ἕως "dawn") is, in Greek mythology, the Titanic goddess[1] of the dawn, who rose from her home at the edge of Oceanus, the Ocean that surrou...

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Menoitios (Titan of Anger), Son Of Iapetus MP (deceased)

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Epimetheus MP (deceased)

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Atlas MP (deceased)

Atlas (mythology) From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia In Greek mythology, Atlas (Eng. /'æt ləs/ Gk. Ἄτλας) was the primordial Titan who supported ...

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Leto - - Latona (Titan) MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Lētṓ (Greek: Λητώ, Λατώ, Lato in Dorian Greek, etymology and meaning disputed) is a daughter of the Titans Coeu...

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Boreas - - Aquilon Anemoi Venti MP (deceased)

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Crius - Titan MP (deceased)

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Persephone Goddess of Flowers MP (deceased)

In Greek mythology, Hades kidnapped Persephone to be his wife. Zeus ordered Hades to return her to Demeter, the goddess of the Earth and her mother. The myth of her abduction represents her function as...

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Heracles MP (deceased)

Heracles was a divine hero in Greek mythology, the son of Zeus and Alcmene, foster son of Amphitryon and great-grandson (and half-brother) of Perseus. He was the greatest of the Greek heroes, a paragon...

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Hermês MP (c.-1670 - d.)

Mensajero de los Dioses PARENTS [1.1] ZEUS & MAIA (Hesiod Theogony 938 & Astronomy Frag 1, Homeric Hymn 4 to Hermes, Homeric Hymn 17, Alcaeus Frag 308, Simonides Frag 555, Aeschylus Libation Be...

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Artemis - - Diana . MP (deceased)

Irmã gêmea de Apollo

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Cadmo Tebas MP (deceased)

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Pallas Athena - - Minerva Olympian MP (deceased)

Athena, também conhecida como Palas Athena é, na mitologia grega, a deusa da guerra, da civilização, da sabedoria, da estratégia, das artes, da justiça e...

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Metis - Titaness MP (deceased)

) ânica Personificação da prudência. Foi a primeira esposa de Zeus, que forneceu-lhe a bebida que fez Cronos regurgitar todos os filhos que havia engolido.

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