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(407 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Πελοπίδας; Pelopídas). Distinguished Theban, son of Hippocles, after to Epaminondas the outstanding commander and politician of the Boeotian League during the Theban hegemony (Boeotia, Boeotians with map). In 382 BC, P. was a young man: his year of birth was therefore probably around 410. As a supporter of the democratic faction of Ismenias [1], he fled to Athens after the Spartan occupation of the Kadmeia (Thebes), from where he apparently organized the resistance to the regime of Leontiades [2] (Plut. Pe…


(115 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Ἱπποκλείδης; Hippokleídēs). Son of Teisander, Athenian from the family of the Philaids ( Philaidai). Around 575 BC, he sought the hand in marriage of  Agariste [1], daughter of the tyrant  Cleisthenes of Sicyon, but was unsuccessful despite good prospects, losing out to the Alcmaeonid ( Alcmaeonidae)  Megacles due to a social affront (Hdt. 6,126-130; Ath. 14,628d) [1]. During the archonship of H., the Panathenaea were established, probably in 566/5 BC [2. 57f.] (Pherecydes FGrH 3 F 2; Hellanicus FGrH 4 F 22). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography 1 E. Stein-Hölkesk…


(74 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Λυσαγόρας; Lysagóras) from Paros, son of Teisias. According to Herodotus (6,133,1), the original motive for the Paros expedition by Militiades in 489 BC was personal grudge against L., who supposedly had previously slandered Militiades to the Persian commander Hydarnes [2]. A source hostile to Militiades is presumably the basis for the report [1]. Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography 1 K. H. Kinzl, Miltiades' Parosexpedition in der Geschichtsschreibung, in: Hermes 104, 1976, 280-307.


(64 words)

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.


(70 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Μίλτας; Míltas). Thessalian, seer and occasional member of the Platonic academy ( Akadḗmeia ); in 357 BC he took part in the campaign of Dion [I 1] against Dionysius [2], and interpreted the lunar eclipse (August 8) which preceded departure as a portent of the fall of Dionysius (Plut. Dion 22,6f.; 24,2-4). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography K. Trampedach, Platon, die Akademie und die zeitgenössische Politik, 1994, 111.


(105 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
(Νικομένης; Nikoménēs). [German version] [1] Democrat accused by Agoratus, 404 BC Athenian, one of the democrats who were denounced by Agoratus in 404 BC and were executed because of their opposition to the peace treaty with Sparta negotiated by Theramenes (Lys. 13,23; 38). Beck, Hans (Cologne) [German version] [2] Athenian, around 400 BC Athenian, at whose request the citizenship law introduced by Aristophon [2] was modified to the effect that it was only applicable to those children who were born after the archonship of Eucleides (403/2 BC) (sch…


(75 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Ὀξύθεμις/ Oxýthemis) from Larisa. Close confidant of Demetrius [2] Poliorcetes (Phylarchus FGrH 81 F 12), awarded citizenship and cultic honours after the liberation of Athens from Macedonian occupation in 307 BC (IG II2 558; cf. Demochares FGrH 75 F 1). In 289 he led negotiations for Demetrius with Agathocles [2] (Diod. 21,15f.). Antigonus [2] had him executed (Ath. 578b). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography Ch. Habicht, Gottmenschentum und griechische Städte, 1956, 55-58  Id., Athen, 1995, 87.


(98 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Φυλλίδας/ Phyllídas, also Φιλλίδας/ Phillídas). Theban, in 379 BC scribe of the polemarch Archias [3]. He established contact with exiled Thebans around Melon and Pelopidas in Athens and made the necessary preparations for an attempt on Archias' life. Xenophon (Xen. Hell. 5,4,2-9) also ascribes to P. the murder of Leontiades [2] (but see Plut. Pelopidas 7-11; Plut. Mor. 577b-d; 588b; 594d; 596; 598). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography R. J. Buck, Boiotia and the Boiotian League, 1994, 72-78  J. DeVoto, The Liberation of Thebes in 379/8 BC, in: R.F. Sutton (ed.), Stu…


(52 words)

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.


(73 words)

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.


(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; …


(54 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (ᾨνόβιος/ Ōinóbios). Athenian from the dḗmos of Decelea. In the year 410/409 B.C. he was in Thrace as a strategos (IG I3 101, l. 47). O. is probably identical to the person who requested  in the year 404/3 that Thucydides be recalled (Paus. 1,23,9). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography Develin, 2191  PA 11357.


(81 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne)
[German version] (Λέαρχος; Léarchos). Son of Callimachus, Athenian. L. was at the court of Sitalces in 430 BC when Peloponnesian envoys arrived who were meant to persuade the Thracian king to break with Athens. Through Prince Sadocus, who had been given Attic citizenship shortly before this, L. managed to have them arrested, and they were deported to Athens and executed (Thuc. 2,67). Beck, Hans (Cologne) Bibliography Develin, 1778 Traill, PAA, 602725 S. Hornblower, A Commentary on Thucydides, 1, 1991, 350f.


(66 words)

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.


(244 words)

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…


(65 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] [1] s. Labotas s. Labotas Beck, Hans (Köln) [English version] [2] Athener, 5. Jh. v. Chr. (Λεωβώτης). Athener aus der Familie der Alkmaionidai, erhob um das Jahr 467/6 v.Chr. gegen den bereits verbannten Themistokles eine Eisangelie-Klage ( eisangelía ) auf Hochverrat und erreichte seine Verurteilung (Plut. Themistokles 23; Plut. mor. 605E; Krateros FGrH 342 F 11). Davies 9688,XII. Beck, Hans (Köln)


(96 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
(Νικομένης). [English version] [1] Angeklagter von Agoratos, 404 v.Chr. Athener, einer der im J. 404 v.Chr. von Agoratos denunzierten Demokraten, die wegen ihrer Opposition zu dem von Theramenes ausgehandelten Friedensvertrag mit Sparta hingerichtet wurden (Lys. 13,23; 38). Beck, Hans (Köln) [English version] [2] Athener, um 400 v.Chr. Athener, auf dessen Antrag das von Aristophon [2] eingebrachte Bürgerrechtsgesetz dahingehend modifiziert wurde, daß es nur für diejenigen Kinder Anwendung fand, die nach dem Archontat des Eukleides (403/2 v.C…


(87 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Μαλεκίδας, auch Μαλκίτης). Thebaner, Boiotarch während der Thebanischen Hegemonie (IG VII 2408), führte nach dem Tod des Pelopidas im Jahr 364 v.Chr. zusammen mit Diogeiton ein Heer von 7000 Hopliten und 700 Reitern gegen Alexandros [15] von Pherai, der zum Verzicht auf die Herrschaft über die thessal. Städte und zur Heeresfolge gezwungen wurde (Plut. Pelopidas 35). M. ist offenbar mit dem bei Pausanias (9,13,6) in der Schlacht von Leuktra genannten Boiotarchen Malgis identisch. Beck, Hans (Köln) Bibliography J. Buckler, The Theban Hegemony, 1980, 137.


(99 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Köln)
[English version] (Φυλλίδας, auch Φιλλίδας). Thebaner, im J. 379 v.Chr. Schreiber des Polemarchen Archias [3]. Er stellte den Kontakt zu den Exilthebanern um Melon und Pelopidas in Athen her und traf die notwendigen Vorbereitungen für das Attentat auf Archias. Xenophon (Xen. hell. 5,4,2-9) schreibt Ph. ferner die Ermordung des Leontiades [2] zu (s. aber Plut. Pelopidas 7-11; Plut. mor. 577b-d; 588b; 594d; 596; 598). Beck, Hans (Köln) Bibliography R. J. Buck, Boiotia and the Boiotian League, 1994, 72-78  J. DeVoto, The Liberation of Thebes in 379/8 BC, in: R.F. Sutton (Hrsg.), Studi…
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