Achaeus, s. Achaeī no. II, 1.
Achaeus, s. Achaeī no. II, 1.
Achaeus — may refer to:* Achaeus, son of Xuthus, mythical founder of Achaean race * A king of Lydia who was hanged by his subjects for extortion, according to Ovid * Achaeus of Eretria, tragic poet who wrote forty five tragedies, some of whose titles are… … Wikipedia
ACHAEUS — I. ACHAEUS Dux seu Praetor Seleuci, Antiochi filii, quem ultus, regnum invasit, ab Antiocho occisus. Polyaen l. 4. II. ACHAEUS Eretrius Poeta tragicus, Paulo iunior Sophocle. floruit Olymp. 82. Pythodori, et Pythoridis fil. qui cum 43. vel… … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
Achaeus — Achaïos Cette page d’homonymie répertorie les différents sujets et articles partageant un même nom. Dans la mythologie grecque, Achaïos ou Achéos peut désigner : Achaïos fils de Xouthos, l ancêtre éponyme des Achéens ; Achaïos, roi… … Wikipédia en Français
Achaeus (general) — Achaeus (Greek: Polytonic|Aχαιός; died 213 BC) was a general and later a separatist ruler of part of the Greek Seleucid kingdom. He was the son of Andromachus; the latter was brother of Laodice, the wife of Seleucus Callinicus and the mother of… … Wikipedia
Achaeus of Eretria — (Greek: Aχαιός; born 484 BC in Euboea) was a Greek playwright author of tragedies and satyr plays, variously said to have written 24, 30, or 44 plays, of which 19 titles are known, some of which include Adrastus , Linus , Cycnus , Eumenides ,… … Wikipedia
Achaeus of Syracuse — (Greek: Aχαιός; lived 4th century BC) was an ancient Greek tragedian native of Syracuse. The Suda ascribes to him 10 plays, while the Pseudo Eudocia 14. He may be the Achaios who won a victory at Athens Lenaia festival in 356 BC.References* [http … Wikipedia
Achaeus (son of Xuthus) — Achaeus (Greek: polytonic|Ἀχαιός) was, according to nearly all traditions, a son of Xuthus and Creusa, and consequently a brother of Ion and grandson of Hellen. The Achaeans regarded him as the author of their race, and derived from him their… … Wikipedia
SOCRATES Achaeus — in expeditione Cyri, contra fratrem, Achaeorum Dux. Captus perfide a Tissapherne. Polyaen. l. 7. c. 18 … Hofmann J. Lexicon universale
АХЕЙ — • Achaeus, Άχαιός, 1. сын Ксуфа и Креусы (см. Achaei, Ахейцы и Ξου̃θος); 2. А. Эретрийский, трагический поэт, по свидетельству Свиды, сын Пифодорида, родившийся около 74 ол., а с 83 ол. бывший соперником Еврипида;… … Реальный словарь классических древностей
Andromachus — For the ruler of ancient Tauromenium, in Sicily, see Andromachus (ruler of Tauromenium) Andromachus (in Greek Aνδρoμαχoς; lived 3rd century BC) was son of Achaeus and a grandson of Seleucus Nicator, the founder of the Seleucid Empire. He was the… … Wikipedia
Attalus I — ( el. polytonic|Ἄτταλος), surnamed Soter ( el. polytonic|Σωτὴρ, Savior ; 269 BC ndash; 197 BC) [Livy, [http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/txt/ah/Livy/Livy33.html 33.21–22] , says that Attalus died in the consulship of Cornelius and Minucius (197 BC) at… … Wikipedia