Menon of Pharsalus

Menon of Pharsalus

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  • Menon (disambiguation) — Menon (Ancient Greek: Μένων) is an Ancient Greek name (also represented in English by its Latin form Meno) and may refer to: Menon (Trojan), Trojan soldier in Trojan War Menon (Phidias), workman with Phidias Meno, a dialogue by Plato Menon of… …   Wikipedia

  • Menon III of Pharsalus — For other uses of Menon see Menon (disambiguation). For other Menons of Pharsalus see Menon of Pharsalus (disambiguation). Menon (423? 400BC) (in Greek Mένων), son of Alexidemus, was a Thessalian, probably from Pharsalus[1] and is famous for… …   Wikipedia

  • Menon IV of Pharsalus — For other uses of Menon see Menon (disambiguation). For other Menons of Pharsalus see Menon of Pharsalus (disambiguation). Menon (in Greek Mενων; died 321 BC) was a citizen of Pharsalus in Thessaly, and a man of great influence and reputation,… …   Wikipedia

  • Menon II of Pharsalus — For other uses of Menon see Menon (disambiguation). For other Menons of Pharsalus see Menon of Pharsalus (disambiguation). Menon (in Greek Mενων, 475? BC 431? BC) commanded a faction of Pharsalians who were among the Thessalians who came to the… …   Wikipedia

  • Menon I of Pharsalus — For other uses of Menon see Menon (disambiguation). For other Menons of Pharsalus see Menon of Pharsalus (disambiguation). Menon (in Greek Mενων, 525? BC 472? BC) was a prominent Pharsalian who assisted Athens, led by Cimon, in their battle… …   Wikipedia

  • Menon of Thessaly — For other Menons or Menos see Meno (disambiguation) Menon (423? 400BC), son of Alexidemus, was a Thessalian, probably from Pharsalus [Diodorus incorrectly identifies him as from Larissa (Bigwood, Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Cunaxa p 350 fn… …   Wikipedia

  • Battle of Crannon — Infobox Military Conflict caption= conflict=Battle of Crannon partof=the Lamian War date=August 322 BC place=Thessaly result=Macedon victory combatant1=Macedonians combatant2=Greek confederacy commander1=Antipater, Craterus commander2=Antiphilus …   Wikipedia

  • Aeacides of Epirus — Aeacides may also refer to Peleus, son of Aeacus, or Achilles, grandson of Aeacus. Aeacides (Greek: Aἰακίδης; died 313 BC), king of Epirus (331 316, 313 BC), was son of Arymbas and grandson of Alcetas II. He succeeded to the throne of Epirus on… …   Wikipedia

  • Phthia of Epirus — Phthia (in Greek Φθία; lived 4th century BC) was a daughter of Menon of Pharsalus, the Thessalian hipparch, and wife of Aeacides, king of Epirus, by whom she became the mother of the celebrated Pyrrhus, as well as of two daughters: Deidamia, the… …   Wikipedia

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