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Pantaleon

(448 words)

Author(s): Meier, Mischa (Bielefeld) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Karttunen, Klaus (Helsinki)
(Πανταλέων). [English version] [1] König der Pisaten, Mitte 7. Jh. v. Chr. Sohn des Omphalion, König der Pisaten (Mitte 7. Jh.v.Chr.); P.s Herrschaft wurde möglicherweise schon zu seinen Lebzeiten als Tyrannis empfunden (vgl. Paus. 6,21,1). Er entriß den Eleern kurzfristig die Leitung der Olympischen Spiele (Olympia IV.; Paus. 6,22,2) [1. 220f.]. Seine Unterstützung der Messenier im 2. Messenischen Krieg (Strab. 8,4,10) ist spätere Erfindung [2. 153f.]. Meier, Mischa (Bielefeld) Bibliography 1 L. de Libero, Die archa. Tyrannis, 1996 2 K. Tausend, Amphiktyonie und Symm…

Nikagoras

(357 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Welwei, Karl-Wilhelm (Bochum) | Lasserre, F. (Lausanne) | Weißenberger, Michael (Greifswald)
(Νικαγόρας). [English version] [1] Tyrann von Zeleia, um 330 v.Chr. Nach dem griech. Historiker Baton von Sinope (Athenaios 7,289b-c = FHG 4, 348 fr. 1) war N. Tyrann von Zeleia; mit dem bei Clemens von Alexandreia (Protreptikos 4,48) genannten N. gleichzusetzen, Zeitgenosse von Alexandros [4] d.Gr. und Tyrann möglicherweise von Dareios' [3] III. Gnaden [1. 229]. Nach der Schlacht am Granikos erfolgte N.' Sturz (in diesem Kontext evtl. Syll.3 279,7) und die Entschuldigung der Stadt Zeleia bei Alexandros (Arr. an. 1,17,2). Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) Bibliography 1 H.G. Lolling, Mi…

Hagnonides

(107 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[English version] (Ἁγνωνίδης). Sohn des Nikoxenos aus Pergase. 325/4 v.Chr. Antragsteller in einer Seeurkunde (IG II2 1629a 14f.); wurde im Verlauf der Harpalos-Affäre von Deinarchos (Hyp. in Demosthenem 40; Dion. Hal. de Dinarcho, 10f.) angeklagt. Nach der Niederlage Athens 322 konnte der verbannte H. auf Vermittlung Phokions auf der Peloponnes bleiben. H. betrieb allerdings später dessen Hinrichtung (Mai 318; Plut. Phokion 33-37; Nepos Phocion 3,3). Noch 318/7 als Antragsteller belegt (IG II2 44…

Kephisodoros

(536 words)

Author(s): Hidber, Thomas (Bern) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Neudecker, Richard (Rom) | Günther, Linda-Marie (München) | Weißenberger, Michael (Greifswald)
(Κηφισόδωρος). [English version] [1] att. Dichter der Alten Komödie, um 400 v. Chr. Dichter der att. Alten Komödie, für den Lysias einen nicht weiter spezifizierten Sieg i. J. 402 bezeugt (Lys. or. 21,4) und dessen Name auch auf der Liste der Dionysiensieger (nach Nikophon und Theopompos) verzeichnet ist [1. test. 2; 3]. Überliefert sind vier Stücktitel (Ἀμαζόνες/‘Die Amazonen, Ἀντιλαΐς/‘Antilaïs, Τροφώνιος/‘Trophonios, Ὕς/‘Hys) und insgesamt 13 Verse; darunter als längstes Fr. fünf Verse eines Dialoges, in …

Nikarete

(67 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[English version] (Νικαρέτη). Megarerin aus angesehener Familie, Schülerin des Philosophen Stilpon (Athen. 13,596e). Sie erscheint in den Quellen als Hetäre des Stilpon (Diog. Laert. 2,114 nach Onetor) und des Redners Stephanos (Athen. 13,593f). Die Liebe zu Stilpon brachte ihr den bösen Spott des Komödiendichters Krates [1] ein (Diog. Laert. 2,118), während die Zuordnung zu Stephanos als Verwechslung (mit Neaira [6]) ausgelegt wird. Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)

Polybios

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Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Eder, Walter (Bochum) | Moritz, Anja (Potsdam)
(Πολύβιος). [English version] [1] (Arzt) s. Polybos [6] Arzt, s. Polybos [6] Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) [English version] [2] griech. Historiker, 3./2. Jh. v. Chr. Griech. Geschichtsschreiber. Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) [English version] A. Leben Sohn des Lykortas, des führenden Staatsmanns des Achaiischen Bundes (Achaioi mit Karte), aus Megale Polis, geb. vor 199 v. Chr. (als hípparchos, d. h. als Inhaber des zweithöchsten Amtes des Achaiischen Bundes, 169 v. Chr. war er mindestens 30 J. alt), gest. um 120 (nach Ps.-Lukian. makrobioi 22 im Alter von…

Olympiodorus

(850 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Beck, Hans (Cologne) | Portmann, Werner (Berlin) | Brisson, Luc (Paris)
(Ὀλυμπιόδωρος; Olympiódōros). [German version] [1] Athenian politician (end of the 4th cent. BC) Athenian, managed between 307 and 301 BC to induce Aetolia to enter into an alliance against Cassander and to relieve Elatea (Paus. 1,26,3; 10,18,7; 34,3). Although Demetrius [2] Poliorketes twice illegally appointed him (in 294/3 and 293/2) as eponymous árchōn (Dion. Hal. De Dinarcho 9; IG II2 378 = [1. D 70]; IG II2 389 and SEG 21,354; IG II2 649 = [2. 7f.]; Agora 16, 167; [3. 124 No. 9]; cf. in general Plut. Demetrius 34), O., when Athens seceded from Demetrius in 2…

Ctesippus

(147 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[German version] [1] Socratic see  Socratics Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) [German version] [2] Son of the Athenian stratēgós Chabrias, trierarch 334/3 BC Son of the Athenian stratēgós  Chabrias from Aexone, for whom Demosthenes [2] fought against the motion by Leptines for repeal of the atéleia ( Liturgies) in 354 BC (Dem. Or. 20,75; 82). C. is attested as trierarch (IG II2 1623,72f.: 334/3 BC; in IG II2 1604,87 [377/6] perhaps the grandfather) and   choregos (IG II2 3040; in the 320s according to [1. 24]). C.'s obstinate behaviour is the target of comic mockery (Diphi…

Pammenes

(478 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
(Παμμένης; Pamménēs). [German version] [1] Close friend of Epaminondas Theban, close friend of Epaminondas. On his second Peloponnesian campaign, Epaminondas entrusted the still young P. with garrisoning Sicyon (Polyaenus, Strat. 5,16,3), and in 368 BC with a mission to protect Megalopolis (Paus. 8,27,2). From 368 to 365, Philippus [4] II, who was about the same age as P., stayed as a hostage in the house of P.' parents ([1. 118] with bibliography). After the death of Epaminondas at Mantinea, P. became a…

Micion

(247 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[German version] (Μικίων; Mikíōn). Son of M., from Cephisia. Shortly after 230 BC he and his brother Euryclides saw to it that the Macedonian troops in Piraeus under Diogenes [1] were paid and hence left (IG II2 834, 10ff.; [1. 79ff.; 118ff.]). He had helped Athens before (in 248/7; at the time perhaps agōnothétēs: IG II2 1705), when it was threatened from outside (Agora XVI 213 I 35, cf. [2. 26ff.]). From the 240s until the 220s M. and his brother rejected an alliance with Aratus [2] on ground of neutrality (Plut. Aratus 24; 33-34; 41; Pol. 5,106; …

Lyppeus

(92 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[German version] (spelled as in Stv II 309; on coins Λυκκείου/ Lykkeíou or Λυκπείου/ Lykpeíou, HN 236; [1. 199-201, pl. XXXVII; 2. 71]). L., king of Paeonia (359-335 BC), fought alongside Cetriporis of Thrace and Grabus of Illyria (356) against Philippus II of Macedonia, but joined the latter as an ally after the defeat (Isoc. Or. 5,21; Diod. Sic. 16,22,3: not mentioned by name); Stv II 309 (alliance with Athens of July 356). Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) Bibliography 1 H. Gaebler, Mz. Nordgriechenlands, vol. 3.2, 1935 2 H. Krahe, Die Sprache der Illyrier, 1955.

Nicaea

(1,521 words)

Author(s): Frey, Alexandra (Basle) | Badian, Ernst (Cambridge, MA) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Daverio Rocchi, Giovanna (Milan) | Strobel, Karl (Klagenfurt) | Et al.
(Νίκαια; Níkaia). [German version] [1] Naiad Naiad, daughter of the Phrygian river god Sangarius and the goddess Cybele. As a huntress, N. spurns love and remains a virgin. In Memnon of Heracleia, she does not yield to Dionysus and so he resorts to a ruse and turns into wine the spring from which N. is accustomed to drinking. She becomes drunk and falls asleep. Dionysus overpowers her in her sleep and fathers with her 'satyrs and others' (Memnon FGrH 434 F 41, 8f.). In Nonnus, Dion. 15,169-16,405, the…

Lycurgus

(2,669 words)

Author(s): Heinze, Theodor (Geneva) | Visser, Edzard (Basle) | Hölkeskamp, Karl-Joachim (Cologne) | Stein-Hölkeskamp, Elke (Cologne) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Et al.
(Λυκοῦργος/ Lykoûrgos, ep. Λυκόοργος/ Lykóorgos, Lat. Lucurgus, Lycurgus). [German version] [1] Son of Dryas Son of Dryas, in Nonnus also son of Ares (Nonnus, Dion. 20,149 et passim), opponent of Dionysus, who drives the latter's nurses over the unidentified Nysḗïon mountains ( Nysa) with the bouplḗx (‘ox beater’) and intimidates the mad god to such an extent that he dives into the sea to Thetis (Hom. Il. 6,128-140). While in Aeschylus' tetralogy Lykourgeía (TrGF 3 T 68: Ēdōnoí F 57-67, Bassárai/- rídes F 23-25, Neānískoi F 146-149, Lykoûrgos F 124-126) L. is king of the Thracian …

Polybius

(3,367 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Eder, Walter (Berlin) | Moritz, Anja (Potsdam)
(Πολύβιος; Polýbios). [German version] [1] (Physician) see Polybus [6] Physician, see Polybus [6] Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) [German version] [2] Greek historian, 3rd/2nd. cent. BC Greek historian. Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) [German version] A. Life Son of Lycortas, the leading statesman of the Achaean League (Achaea with map), from Megalopolis. He was born before 199 BC (as hípparchos, i.e. holder of the second highest office within the Achaean League in 169 BC, he must have been at least 30 years old), died in around 120 BC (according to Ps.-Lucian.…

Nicarete

(74 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[German version] (Νικαρέτη/ Nikarétē). Daughter of a prominent family from Megara. Student of the philosopher Stilpo (Ath. 13,596e). The sources present her as a courtesan of Stilpo (Diog. Laert. 2,114 acc. to Onetor) and of the orator Stephanus (Ath. 13,593f). Her love for Stilpo earned her ridicule from the comedian Crates [1] (Diog. Laert. 2,118). The association with Stephanus is believed to be based on mistaken identity (with Neaera [6]). Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)

Nicodemus

(296 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Günther, Linda-Marie (Munich) | Bäbler, Balbina (Göttingen) | Albiani, Maria Grazia (Bologna)
(Νικόδημος; Nikódēmos). [German version] [1] Prosecutor of Demosthenes, probably died after 349 BC Athenian from Aphidna, prosecutor of Demosthenes [2] (Aeschin. 2,148), friend of Meidias [2] and of Eubulus [1], was killed by Aristarchus, the son of Moschus (Idomeneus FGrH 338 F 12) in 352 BC: [2]; (according to [1. 112] and [3. 9-12] the preferred date is more likely after 349 BC), for which deed Meidias held Demosthenes responsible (also [1. 102-105]; Aristot. Rh. 1397b 7 see [2]). Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) Bibliography 1 Schäfer, vol. 2 2 H.E. Stier, s.v. Nikodemos (2), RE 1…

Ismenias

(791 words)

Author(s): Beck, Hans (Cologne) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen) | Zaminer, Frieder (Berlin) | Hoesch, Nicola (Munich)
(Ἰσμηνίας; Ismēnías or Ἱσμηνίας; Ismēnías). [German version] [1] Prominent Theban politician, 5th/4th cent. BC Prominent Theban politician, famous for his wealth (Pl. Men. 90a). After the end of the Peloponnese War (431-404 BC), I., with  Androclidas, came to the fore as leaders of a Hetaeria which opposed the pro-Spartan politics of  Leontiades. The goals were to push back the Leontiades faction and to bring about a new orientation in international politics towards Athens (Hell. Oxy. 12,1f.; 13,1; Xen. Hell.…

Leontiades

(211 words)

Author(s): Stein-Hölkeskamp, Elke (Cologne) | Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
(Λεοντιάδης; Leontiádēs). [German version] [1] Theban leader at the Battle of Thermopylae, 5th cent. BC Theban, leader of the contingent which, on the order of Leonidas [1], had to take part in the battle about the Thermopylae (480 BC). The Thebans were suspected of pro-Persian sympathies, and during the battle they did indeed defect to the Persians (Hdt. 7,205; 233). Stein-Hölkeskamp, Elke (Cologne) [German version] [2] Theban politician, c. 400 BC (Plut.: Λεωντίδης/ Leōntídēs), Theban politician, leader of a party of pro-Spartan property owners (Hell. Oxy. 15 Barto…

Cratesipolis

(97 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
[German version] (Κρατησίπολις; Kratēsípolis). Wife of Alexander [8], married before 314 BC. After her husband was murdered in 314, she succeeded in establishing herself in the area he ruled, the centres of Corinth and Sicyon (Diod. Sic. 19,67) and maintained power with the aid of  Polyperchon (Diod. Sic. 19,74). In 308, C. handed the rule of her cities to Ptolemy I (Diod. Sic. 20,37), outwitting the mercenaries on Acrocorinth in the process (Polyaenus, Strat. 8,58), and retired to Pagae, where Demetrius [2] Poliorketes wanted to pay her a visit in 307 BC (Plut. Demetrius 9). Dreyer, B…

Mantitheus

(317 words)

Author(s): Dreyer, Boris (Göttingen)
(Μαντίθεος; Mantítheos). [German version] [1] Athenian counciller ca. 415 BC Athenian, involved in the mutilation of the Herms ( Herms, mutilation of the) while a councillor in 415 BC (And. 1,43,4), fled to Sparta and then, like Alcibiades [3], to Asia Minor, where they were arrested at Sardes. They escaped to Clazomenae in 411 (Xen. Hell. 1,1,10). In 409, M. was named as one of a delegation to the Persian King (Xen. Hell. 1,3,13), and in 408 he was entrusted with the supervision (see Epimeletai) of the Athenian conquests on the Hellespont, while Alcibiades returned to Athens. Dreyer, Boris…
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