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Memnon

(1,503 words)

Author(s): Scherf, Johannes (Tübingen) | Jansen-Winkeln, Karl (Berlin) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Meister, Klaus (Berlin)
(Μέμνων). [English version] [1] myth. König der Äthioper Mythischer König der Äthioper, Sohn des Tithonos und der Eos, Bruder des Emathion (Hes. theog. 984-5). Sein Eintreffen in Troia als Verbündeter der Troer nach dem Tod der Penthesileia, der erfolgreiche Zweikampf mit Antilochos, der Tod durch Achilleus und die ihm von Zeus auf Bitten der Eos verliehene Unsterblichkeit wurden, wie die Inhaltsangabe des Proklos (chrestomatheia 172) zeigt, in dem uns verlorenen kyklischen Epos Aithiopís dargestellt. Auf seinen Zweikampf mit Antilochos beziehen sich auch Hom. Od. 4…

Amicitia

(376 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[English version] A. und amicus umfassen auch im Lat. persönliche, philos. und sozial-polit. Aspekte der Freundschaft. Die Nutzung von a. als Ausdruck sozialer und polit. Beziehungen zw. Individuen oder Staaten und ihre unter griech. Einfluß (Philia, Freundschaft) erfolgte Einführung in die Philos. durch Cicero lassen dann familiaris zur ungezwungenen Bezeichnung für den “Freund” werden. Amicus und a. drücken innerhalb Roms sowohl die Beziehung zw. gleichrangigen hochstehenden Personen als auch die Bindung zw. diesen und abhängigen Personen aus: Aris…

Moirokles

(107 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[English version] (Μοιροκλῆς, Harpokr. s.v. M.), aus dem dḗmos Salaminioi, athenischer Politiker, wurde um 350 v.Chr. von Eubulos [1] wegen unlauterer Amtsführung angeklagt. M. war einer der Männer, deren Auslieferung Alexandros [4] d.Gr. 335 verlangte, doch dann nicht darauf bestand (Arr. an. 1,10,4; Plut. Demosthenes 23,4). 324 wurde er in einer Komödie auf eine Liste der von Harpalos Bestochenen gesetzt (Athen. 8,341f.), war aber nicht auf der Liste der Beschuldigten, die der Areios pagos nach einer …

Arrianos

(842 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Heucke, Clemens (München)
[English version] [1] Dichter, wohl 2. Jh. Verf. (wohl 2.Jh. v.Chr.) einer griech. Übers. von Vergilius' Georgica, eines Epos über Alexandros [4] und mehrerer Lobgedichte auf Attalos. Die Werke sind verloren (Suda α 3867). Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) [2]A. von Nikomedeia griech. Philosoph und Historiker, geb. um 85-90 [English version] A. Name L. Flavius Arrianus ist durch Inschr. bezeugt. “Flavius” geht auf den Patron zurück, dem die Familie das röm. Bürgerrecht verdankte: vielleicht L. Flavius, cos. suff. 33 v.Chr., oder erst Vespasian (wenn A. ein jüngerer Sohn war…

Andronikos

(746 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Mehl, Andreas (Halle/Saale) | Günther, Linda-Marie (München) | Gottschalk, Hans (Leeds) | Degani, Enzo (Bologna) | Et al.
[English version] [1] aus Olynthos Makedon. Offizier (2.H. 4. Jh. v. Chr.) machte alle Feldzüge Alexandros' [II 4] mit. 315 v. Chr. Offizier des Antigonos [1] bei Tyros, dann Berater von Demetrios [2], dem er 312 riet, die Schlacht bei Gaza abzulehnen. In der Schlacht befehligte er die Kavallerie am rechten Flügel und entkam nach der Niederlage nach Tyros, wo er das Kommando übernahm und die Stadt eine Zeitlang halten konnte. Am Ende von der Garnison an Ptolemaios [1] ausgeliefert, wurde er von ihm als Freund in Ehren gehalten. Diod. 19. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography Berve, 7…

Hegelochos

(223 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Ameling, Walter (Jena)
(Ἡγέλοχος). [English version] [1] Flottenoffizier unter Alexandros d.Gr., 4. Jh. v.Chr. Sohn des Hippostratos, Offizier unter Alexandros [4]. Anfangs Kommandeur der Vorhutkavallerie, wurde er im Sommer 333 v.Chr. beauftragt, aus von griech. Städten gesammelten Schiffen eine maked. Flotte zu bilden (Arr. an. 2,2,3; ungenau Curt. 3,1,19f.; Amphoteros war ihm unter- und nicht beigeordnet). Nach dem Tod von Memnon beherrschte seine Flotte den Hellespont, wo er u.a. eine athenische Getreideflotte aufhielt (Ps.-…

Dionysios

(10,308 words)

Author(s): Meister, Klaus (Berlin) | Karttunen, Klaus (Helsinki) | Ameling, Walter (Jena) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Elvers, Karl-Ludwig (Bochum) | Et al.
(Διονύσιος). Bekannte Persönlichkeiten: der Tyrann von Syrakus D. [1] I.; der Historiker D. [18] von Halikarnassos. Dionysios (Monat) Monatsnamen. Die Chronik des Ps.-D. von Tell Maḥre s. D. [23]. I. Politisch aktive Persönlichkeiten [English version] [1] D.I. berüchtigter Tyrann in Syrakus um 400 v. Chr. von Syrakus, Sohn des Hermokritos, geb. um 430, gest. 367 v.Chr. Begründer der ‘größten und längsten Tyrannenherrschaft in der Geschichte’ (Diod. 13,96,4; Aussehen: Timaios FGrH 566 F 29). Im Besitz sophistischer Bildung (Cic. Tusc. 5,63), war D. von größtem Ehrgeiz…

Aristandros

(142 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Neudecker, Richard (Rom)
[English version] [1] Seher aus Telmessos (4. Jh. v. Chr.) Seher aus Telmessos, im Dienste Philippos', dann Alexandros' [4] d. Gr., Held vieler Anekdoten, die nur von erfolgreichen Vorhersagen berichten; nach dem Tod des Kleitos nicht mehr erwähnt. Prophezeiungen künftiger Erfolge einiger Diadochen erwiesen sich als Fälschungen. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography Berve 2, Nr. 117. [English version] [2] Bronzebildner aus Paros, um 405 v. Chr. Bronzebildner aus Paros. An dem Dreifuß, den die Spartaner nach Aigospotamoi (405 v. Chr.) in Amyklai weihten,…

Caranus

(99 words)

Author(s): Michel, Raphael (Basle) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
(Κάρανος; Káranos). [German version] [1] Founded the Macedonian royal house Founded the Macedonian royal house according to Diod. Sic. 7. 15-17 as a descendant of the Heraclid Temenus (Theopompus FGrH 115 F 393) after immigrating from Argus. He replaces  Perdiccas, named as progenitor of the Macedons in Hdt. 8. 137-139. Michel, Raphael (Basle) [German version] [2] Alleged son of Philippus II Alleged son of  Philippus II, killed by  Alexander [4] the Great after Philippus' death (Just. Epit. 11. 2. 3). Since  Satyrus in Athenaeus (12.557) does not name him, his existence is doubtful. Bad…

Philippus

(7,662 words)

Author(s): Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) | Beck, Hans (Cologne) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Ameling, Walter (Jena) | Mehl, Andreas (Halle/Saale) | Et al.
[German version] I Greek (Φίλιππος/ Phílippos). Macedonian kings P. [3-7], including P. [4] II, P. [7] V; the apostle and evangelist P. [28]; philosophers and poets P. [29-32]. [German version] [I 1] Spartan naval leader in 411 BC Spartiate, commander at Miletus in 412 BC (Thuc. 8,28,5), sent in 411 with two triremes to Aspendus to move, with the support of Tissaphernes, the Phoenician fleet to fight Athens (Thuc. 8,87), but soon told the naúarchos Mindarus that his mission would be unsuccessful (Thuc. 8,99; [1. 244]). Peloponnesian War Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) Bibliography 1 B. …

Demaratus

(514 words)

Author(s): Meier, Mischa (Bielefeld) | Strothmann, Meret (Bochum) | Kinzl, Konrad (Peterborough) | Decker, Wolfgang (Cologne) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Et al.
(Δημάρατος; Dēmáratos). [German version] [1] Corinthian aristocrat 7th cent. BC Corinthian aristocrat, member of the  Bacchiadae family. D. made his fortune as a merchant around the middle of the 7th cent. BC, mainly through trade with Etruria. When he had to leave Corinth during the rule of  Cypselus he settled in Tarquinii with his followers and married an Etruscan aristocrat. According to ancient tradition the marriage produced two sons, one of whom became the first Etruscan king of Rome,  Tarquinius P…

Autophradates

(155 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
(Αὐτοφραδάτης; Autophradátēs). [German version] [1] Persian naval commander against Philippus II and Alexander the Great Identical or related to the satrap of Lydia at the time of the Satraps' Revolt. As naval commander under  Memmon and then Pharnabazus against  Philippus II and  Alexander [4], he carried out successful actions in the Aegean and supported  Agis [3] both in terms of money and ships. His fleet was disbanded after the battle of  Issus. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography Berve 2, no. 188. [German version] [2] Satrap of a Caspian province; fought at Gauga…

Philotas

(583 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Nutton, Vivian (London)
(Φιλώτας; Philṓtas). [German version] [1] Macedonian nobleman, 4th cent. BC Eldest son of Parmenion [1]; following Philippus' [I 4] II marriage to Cleopatra [II 2] P. stood by him against Alexander [4] the Great in the Pixodarus affair. After Philip’s death (336 BC) and the murder of Attalus [1] by Parmenion [1], P. was promoted to the command of the hetaíroi , whom he led in the great battles against the Persians. In autumn 330 BC his brother Nicanor [1] died. P. remained behind for the funeral while Alexander continued the march. …

Metron

(62 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[German version] (Μήτρων; Mḗtrōn). One of the basilikoi paides , responsible for the arsenal of Alexander [4] the Great in 330 BC. He heard of the conspiracy of Dimnus from Cebalinus, and reported it to Alexander (Curt. 6,7; Diod. 17,79,4-5). He is not to be identified with a trierarch of the Hydaspes fleet (Arr. Ind. 18,5). Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)

Hermolaus

(158 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Neudecker, Richard (Rome)
(Ἑρμόλαος; Hermólaos). [German version] [1] Conspirator against Alexander the Great Son of Sopolis, page ( Basilikoi paides) of  Alexander [4], pre-empted the king in the slaying of a wild boar and was humiliatingly punished by him (327 BC). In revenge he hatched a conspiracy among the pages but it failed and was betrayed to the king. The accused, after being tortured, were sentenced to death and stoned with the consent of the army.  Callisthenes, hated by Alexander as an opponent of  proskynesis, was sus…

Peucestas

(257 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
(Πευκέστας; Peukéstas). [German version] [1] Commander of the occupation of Egypt under Alexander the Great Son of Macartatus, he and Balacrus [2] were commanders of the garrison in Egypt under Alexander [4] the Great (Arr. An. 3,5,5, 331 BC). In the  Saqqara necropolis a decree by P. for the protection of a priestly estate has been found. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography E.G. Turner, A Commander-in-Chief's Order from Saqqâra, in: JEA 60, 1974, 239-342. [German version] [2] Trierarch of Alexander the Great's Hydaspes fleet Son of Alexander from Mieza, in 326 BC triera…

Alexander historians

(302 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[German version] Collective name for the ancient authors, who wrote about the history and biography of  Alexander [4] (the Great).  Callisthenes was his court historian and fulfilled the duties expected of him until their quarrel. Many of the later histories are based on his, which was published right away (until 330 BC?). Of the eyewitnesses, only  Ptolemaeus and  Aristoboulus [7] seem to have described all campaigns; both praised Alexander. They wrote many years later, used Callisthenes and prob…

Mazarus

(67 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[German version] (Μάζαρος; Mázaros). Hetaîros ( hetaîroi ) of Alexander [4] the Great. According to Arrian (Arr. Anab. 3,16,9), he was appointed fortress commander in Susa in 331/30 BC. Curtius (5,2,16) names Xenophilus instead. Since the name M. is Iranian, Arrian probably confused him with the Persian predecessor. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography A. B. Bosworth, A Historical Commentary on Arrian's History, vol. 1, 1980, 319.

Bucephalus, Bucephalas

(115 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[German version] (Βουκεφάλας; Boukephálas). Thessalian warhorse, a gift to  Alexander [4] as a boy. He was allegedly the only person capable of breaking him in. He never rode any other and it is illustrated with him in heroic style on the  Alexander Mosaic and the  Alexander Sarcophagus. B. died at a great age after the battle on the Hydaspes and Alexander founded a city,  Bucephala in his honour. The life and death of B. are richly embellished in the ‘Vulgate’ ( Alexander historians) and in the  Alexander Romance. Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) Bibliography A. R. Anderson, Bucephalas an…

Gorgus

(126 words)

Author(s): Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA)
[German version] (Γόργος; Górgos). In 324 BC, G. of Iasos ─ in the role of the ‘keeper of weapons’ ( hoplophýlax, ὁπλοφύλαξ) ─ interceded with  Alexander [4] the Great on behalf of the Samians expelled by the Athenians and tried to persuade Alexander to start a campaign against Athens (Ath. 12,538b). After the latter's death, G. had Iasos allow the return of Samians to Athens at the city's expense. The newly created community of Samos honoured him and his brother  Minnion for their merits by granting them citizenship among other things (Syll.3 312). The brothers had succeeded in obtai…
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