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Thrasybulus, d. 388 BCE  

Henry Dickinson Westlake and Simon Hornblower

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Mar 2016
Thrasybulus (d. 388 bce), son of Lycus, Athenian general and statesman. (Xen., Hell. 4. 8. 25 calls him Thrasybulus of (the *deme of) Steiria to distinguish him from Thrasybulus of Collytus, Hell. 5. ... More

Thrasyllus, Athenian democratic politician and soldier, 5th cent. BCE  

Simon Hornblower

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Mar 2016
At the time of the Athenian oligarchic coup of 411 bce, he organized democratic support in the fleet at *Samos, where he was elected general (see stratēgoi) for 411/10 by the fleet (Thuc. 8. 76. 2) ... More

Thucydides (1), Athenian politician  

Arnold Wycombe Gomme, Tim Cornell, and P. J. Rhodes

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Mar 2016
Thucydides (1), son of Melesias, Athenian politician (born c.500 bce). He was an aristocrat, connected by marriage with *Cimon. After the death of Cimon he succeeded him as the leading ... More

Thucydides (2), Athenian historian, 2nd half of 5th cent. BCE  

Henry Theodore Wade-Gery, John Dewar Denniston, and Simon Hornblower

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Mar 2016
Thucydides (2), author of the (incomplete) History of the War (*Peloponnesian War) between Athens and Sparta, 431–404 bce, in eight books.He was born probably between 460 and 455 bce: he was general ... More

Timaeus (2), of Tauromenium, western Greek historian  

Klaus Meister

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Mar 2016
In *Sicily, c.350–260 bce, the most important western Greek historian; son of Andromachus, the dynast who refounded Tauromenium in 358. Andromachus gave *Timoleon a warm welcome in 345 and lent him ... More

Timagenes, of Alexandria (1), Greek rhetor and historian  

Klaus Meister

Timagenes of *Alexandria (1), Greek rhetor and historian, came to Rome as a captive in 55 bce with A. *Gabinius(2), was ransomed and subsequently set free by Sulla's son Faustus *Cornelius ... More

Timoleon  

John Salmon

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Mar 2016
Timoleon, Corinthian who expelled *Dionysius (2) II from *Syracuse, put down other tyrants in *Sicily (see tyranny), and defeated *Carthage: the truth about him is not easy to discern behind our ... More

Timotheus (2), Athenian general  

C. J. Tuplin

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Mar 2016
Timotheus (2), son of *Conon(1) (cf. Tod 128), Athenian general. He was a wealthy associate of *Plato(1) and *Isocrates and friend of *Jason(2), notable for modest physique, imaginative military ... More

tribute lists, Athenian  

Malcolm F. McGregor and P. J. Rhodes

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Mar 2016
Tribute lists (Athenian), records of the aparchai (first-fruits; pl. of *aparchē) of one-sixtieth given as an offering to *Athena from the tribute paid by the members of the *Delian League after the ... More

trierarchy  

Chester G. Starr and P. J. Rhodes

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Mar 2016
The word trierarchos means ‘*trireme-commander’, but at Athens in the 5th and 4th cents. bce the trierarchy was a *liturgy, which the richest citizens could be called on to perform for a year. The ... More

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