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ARISTODEMUS — I. ARISTODEMUS Archon Athenis, Olymp. 107. an. 1. II. ARISTODEMUS Aristomachi fil. Herculis abnepos. Heredot. l. 7. Hic cum fratribus Temeno et Cresphonte, post patrem in praelio contra Pelopidas interfectum, verô utriusque oraculi (de quo vide… … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
Aristodemus — In Greek mythology, Aristodemus was a son of Aristomachus and brother of Cresphontes and Temenus. He was a great great grandson of Heracles and helped lead the fifth and final attack on Mycenae in the Peloponnesus.Aristodemus and his brothers… … Wikipedia
Aristodemus of Miletus — Aristodemus (in Greek Aριστoδημoς; lived 4th century BC), native of Miletus, was a friend and flatterer of Antigonus, king of Asia, who sent him, in 315 BC, to the Peloponnese with 1000 talents, and ordered him to maintain friendly relations with … Wikipedia
Aristodemus of Cumae — Aristodemus (meaning The best person , from Greek: aristos [best] and demos [people] ), born in 550 BC, was a Heraclid (descendant of Heracles and queen Omphale of Lydia, according to the Dorian legend) and one of the hermaphrodite sibyls of… … Wikipedia
Aristodemus (Spartan) — NOTOC : For the mythical descendent of Heracles, see Aristodemus. Aristodemus was a Spartan warrior, one of the famous Three Hundred sent to the Battle of Thermopylae. He was one of only two survivors of the Three Hundred, as he was not present… … Wikipedia
Aristodemus of Sparta — For others with the same name, see Aristodemus (disambiguation) Aristodemus was a Spartan warrior, one of the many sent to the Battle of Thermopylae. He was one of only two Spartan survivors, as he was not present at the last stand. Along with a… … Wikipedia
АРИСТОДЕМ — • Aristodēmus, Άριστόδημος, 1. гераклид, отец Еврисфена и Прокла, по преданию, сообщаемому Геродотом (6, 52), покорил Пелопоннес и царствовал в Лаконии, а по другим сказаниям, в начале своего похода близ Навпакта был убит… … Реальный словарь классических древностей
Cumae — Ancient ruins of Cumae Location of the province of Naples … Wikipedia
Symposium (Plato) — The Symposium is a philosophical dialogue written by Plato sometime after 385 BC. It is a discussion on the nature of love, taking the form of a group of speeches, both satirical and serious, given by a group of men at a symposium or a wine… … Wikipedia
Alexander (general) — Alexander (in Greek Αλέξανδρος; killed 314 BC) was son of Polyperchon, the regent of Macedonia, and an important general in the Wars of the Diadochi. Alexander obtains and loses AthensAntipater, on his death (320 BC), had left the regency to… … Wikipedia
Heracleidae — In Greek mythology, the Heracleidae or Heraclids were the numerous descendants of Heracles (Hercules), especially applied in a narrower sense to the descendants of Hyllus, the eldest of his four sons by Deianira (Hyllus was also sometimes thought … Wikipedia