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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Τιμασίων; Timasíōn) from Dardanus in the Troas. After the battle of Cunaxa in 401 BC and the murder of Clearchus [2] elected a leader of the Greek mercenaries of the army of the young Cyrus [3]; equestrian leader in the March of the Ten Thousand against Artaxerxes [2] (Xen. An. 3,1,47 et passim). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography O. Lendle, Kommentar zu Xen. An., 1995, 157 f.


(241 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Ὀνόμαρχος/ Onómarchos, Phocian Ὀνύμαρχος/ Onýmarchos; FdD III,5, no. 23, col. II,42). Politician and military commander of the Phocian League (see Phocis), son of Euthycrates (Aristot. Pol. 5,4,1304 a 12). In 371 BC, O. defended Elatea [1] against the Thebans (Polyaenus, Strat. 2,38,1). Following the death of Philomelus in 355 (according to Diod. Sic. 16,56,5; 61,2, the latter and O. were brothers, but cf. [1. 19f.]), he became stratēgós autokrátōr of the Phocians, brutally putting down his rivals (Diod. Sic. 16,33,1-3) [2. 131]. O. energeticall…


(169 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Σκοπάδαι; Skopádai). Noble family from Crannon, which, beside the Aleuadae, was one of the leading clans of Thessaly in the 6th century BC. On account of their wealth from cattle and pasturing (cf. Theoc. 16,36-39) the S. were from time to time at the lead of the Thessalian League (Tagos). As in the case of Aleuas, constitutive measures in establishing the organisation of the Thessalian army are also ascribed to their mythical/historical founder, Scopas I, (cf. Xen. Hell. 6,1,19; …


(127 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
(Πτωιόδωρος/ Ptōiódōros, MSS Πτοιόδωρος/ Ptoiódōros). [German version] [1] Exiled Theban, c. 425/4 BC Exiled Theban; c. 425/4 BC, ringleader of a combined Athenian action against Siphae and Delium [1] intended to topple the oligarchic government of the Boeotian League (Thuc. 4,76,2 f.). The undertaking failed miserably. Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography R.J. Buck, Boiotia and the Boiotian League, 432-371 B.C., 1994, 16-18. [German version] [2] Politician from Megara, c. 350 BC Influential and wealthy politician from Megara; came into contact c. 360 BC with the banished Dio…


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Νικόφημος/ Nikóphēmos). Athenian, confidant of Conon [1], who in 395/4 BC made him commander of the Persian fleet (Diod. Sic. 14,81,4; Hell. Oxy. 15). In 393 he commanded a force occupying Cythera (Xen. Hell. 4,8,8) [1. 82, 126]. When he returned to Cyprus, he led a (failed) mission in aid of Evagoras [1] (389 BC) together with his son Aristophanes [1]. N. was then summarily condemned and executed at Athens, and his fortune was confiscated (Lys. 19,7; 11f.; 35f.; 42-44). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography 1 P. Funke, Homonoia und Arche, 1980. PA 11066.

Koine Eirene

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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (κοινὴ εἰρήνη; koinḕ eirḗnē). ‘Common peace’, multilateral peace concept of the 4th cent. BC. Characteristics are demands for the autonomy ( autonomía ) of the polis as well as compulsoriness for all, that is, not only for the warring Greek states [1. XVI]. In contemporary sources, the term is attested only rarely, first in Andocides (3,17; 34, in the year 392/1), who advocated a κ.ε. πᾶσι τοῖς Ἕλλησι (‘Koine Eirene for all Greeks’). One such Koine Eirene (KE) was sworn to in the year 386 in Sparta after negoti…


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Τελλιάδαι; Telliádai). Family of seers in Elis (Hdt. 9,37). Hegesistratus [2] and Tellias are known by name (Hdt. 8,27,3-4). Beck, Hans (Cologne)


(287 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (κῆρυξ/ kêryx, ‘crier’, herald). Sometimes synonymous with ἄγγελος ( ángelos) or πρεσβευτής ( presbeutḗs), without any strict distinction. The functions of the kêryx encompass political, diplomatic, judicial and ritual matters (cf. Poll. 8,103). In the Homeric age kḗrykes appear as heralds of basileús as well as servers in sacrificial rites (Hom. Il. 1,320-336; 3,116-120). The high regard in which they were held apparently dates back to the Mycenaean age (Linear B ka-ru-ke) [1; 2]. With the development of the polis authorities, the kêryx increasingly took on th…


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Μύσκων/ Mýskōn). Syracusan, son of Menecrates; after the banishment of Hermocrates [1] in 410 BC, he took over command of the Syracusan fleet off Miletus along with two other strategoi (Thuc. 8,85,3; Xen. Hell. 1,1,29; Peloponnesian War). Beck, Hans (Cologne)


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Σπάρτων; Spártōn). Theban general of the Boeotian contingents that inflicted a heavy defeat on the Athenians at Coronea in 447 BC. The victory levelled the way for the founding of the Boeotian League (Boeotia B.). S.'s name alludes to the Sparti (Plut. Agesilaos 19,2; cf.  Thuc. 1,113,2; Diod.  Sic. 12,6,2; Xen. Mem. 3,5,4). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography D. R. Shipley, A Commentary on Plutarch's Life of Agesilaos, 1997, 239.


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Νεογένης/ Neogénēs) from Euboea. In about 378/7 BC with the help of Iason [2] of Pherae he established a tyranny in Histiaea, but was expelled soon after by the population with Spartan help (Diod. Sic. 15,30,3f.). Beck, Hans (Cologne)


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Κάλλαισχρος; Kállaischros). Son of Critias, Athenian, born about 490 BC, grand-nephew of Solon and father of the sophist  Critias (Diog. Laert. 3,1; Pl. Chrm. 153c; Pl. Prt. 316a). C. is possibly identical with an oligarch of the same name in 411 (Lys. 12,66). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography Davies 8792,VI.


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Τιμόκλεια; Timókleia). Sister of the Theban general Theagenes [3]. During the Macedonian sacking of Thebes (in 335 BC) she was attacked in her house and raped, but was ultimately able to outwit and kill the perpetrator. Impressed by her courage, her dignity and her pride, Alexander [4] the Great refrained from convicting her (Plut. Alexandros 12; Plut. Mor. 259d-260d; Polyaenus, Strat. 8,40). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography Berve 2, Nr. 751.


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Λυσαγόρας) aus Paros, Sohn des Teisias. Nach Herodot (6,133,1) soll das urspr. Motiv der Paros-Expedition des Miltiades im J. 489 v.Chr. persönlicher Groll gegen L. gewesen sein, der Miltiades zuvor angeblich beim persischen Feldherrn Hydarnes [2] verleumdet habe. Dem Bericht liegt vermutlich eine Miltiades-feindliche Quelle zu Grunde [1]. Beck, Hans (Köln) Bibliography 1 K.H. Kinzl, Miltiades' Parosexpedition in der Geschichtsschreibung, in: Hermes 104, 1976, 280-307.


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Ἰφικράτης). Sohn des Timotheos, Athener aus Rhamnous, bedeutender General in der 1. H. des 4. Jh. v.Chr. I. zeichnete sich im Korinth. Krieg durch die Schaffung eines schlagkräftigen Korps von Peltasten aus, mit dem er zwischen 393 und 390 in der Peloponnes operierte und eine spartan. móra bei Korinth vernichtete (Xen. hell. 4,5,11-18; Diod. 14,91,2; 15,44; Nep. Iphikrates 1). 389 kämpfte er als Stratege siegreich am Hellespont gegen Anaxibios (Xen. hell. 4,8,34-39). Nach dem Königsfrieden (387/386 v.Chr…


(220 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Ὀνόμαρχος, phokisch Ὀνύμαρχος; FdD III,5, Nr. 23, col. II,42). Politiker und Feldherr des Phokischen Bundes (s. Phokis), Sohn des Euthykrates (Aristot. pol. 5,4,1304 a 12). O. verteidigte im J. 371 v.Chr. Elateia [1] gegen die Thebaner (Polyain. 2,38,1). Nach dem Tod des Philomelos im J. 355 (nach Diod. 16,56,5; 61,2 sollen dieser und O. Brüder gewesen sein, vgl. aber [1. 19f.]) wurde er stratēgós autokrátōr der Phoker und beseitigte brutal seine Opponenten (Diod. 16,33,1-3) [2. 131]. O. trat energisch für die Fortsetzung des 3. Heiligen Kr…


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Κάλλαισχρος). Sohn des Kritias, Athener, geb. um 490 v.Chr., Großneffe Solons und Vater des Sophisten Kritias (Diog. Laert. 3,1; Plat. Charm. 153c; Plat. Prot. 316a). K. ist möglicherweise mit dem gleichnamigen Oligarchen vom J. 411 (Lys. 12,66) identisch. Beck, Hans (Köln) Bibliography Davies 8792,VI.

Koine Eirene

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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (κοινὴ εἰρήνη). “Allgemeiner Friedensschluß”, multilaterales Friedenskonzept des 4. Jh. v.Chr. Kennzeichnend sind die Forderung nach der Autonomie ( autonomía ) der Polis sowie die Verbindlichkeit für alle, d.h. nicht nur für kriegführende griech. Staaten [1. XVI]. In zeitgenöss. Quellen ist der Terminus selten bezeugt, zuerst bei Andokides (3,17; 34, im J. 392/1), der für eine κ.ε. πᾶσι τοῖς Ἕλλησι (“ k.e. für alle Griechen”) eintritt. Eine solche wurde 386 nach Verhandlungen des Antalkidas mit dem Perserkönig Artaxerxes [2] und nach B…


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Author(s): Antoni, Silke | Beck, Hans
[English version] [1] Sohn des Odysseus und der Kalypso (Τηλέδαμος). Nach Eust. in Hom. Od. 16,118 nennt der Verfasser der Tēlegonía einen Sohn des Odysseus und der Kalypso ‘Telegonos oder Teledamos’, der somit Bruder des Nausithoos [2] und des Nausinoos wäre. Die Stelle ist offensichtlich verderbt, zumal Telegonos sonst Sohn der Kirke ist. Zur Diskussion der Konjekturen: [1]. Antoni, Silke Bibliography 1 K. Scherling, s. v. T. (1), RE 5 A, 313 f. [English version] [2] Sohn des Agamemnon und der Kassandra (Paus.: Τελέδαμος, schol. Hom. Od.: Τελέδημος). Sohn des Agamemnon…


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Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Μίλτας). Thessaler, Seher und zeitweise Mitglied der platonischen Akademie ( Akadḗmeia ); nahm im Jahr 357 v.Chr. am Feldzug Dions [I 1] gegen Dionysios [2] teil und deutete die vor der Abfahrt eingetretene Mondfinsternis (8. August) als Vorzeichen für den Sturz des Dionysios (Plut. Dion 22,6f.; 24,2-4). Beck, Hans (Köln) Bibliography K. Trampedach, Platon, die Akademie und die zeitgenössische Politik, 1994, 111.
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