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Φιλόσοφοι edit

Μουσικοί edit

  • Aglais (musician)
  • Aristocleides
  • Cynaethus
  • Epigonus of Ambracia
  • Hedea of Tralles
  • Herodorus of Megara
  • Lamprus of Erythrae
  • Lasus of Hermione
  • Melanippides
  • Pericleitus
  • Philotas (musician)
  • Phrynnis
  • Simonides of Ceos
  • Stratonice of Pontus
  • Stratonicus of Athens
  • Terpander
  • Thaletas
  • Timotheus of Miletus

Μαθηματικοί edit

  • Aristarchus
  • Autolycus
  • Philo of Byzantium
  • Biton
  • Apollonius
  • Archimedes
  • Euclid
  • Theodosius
  • Hypsicles
  • Athenaeus
  • Geminus
  • Hero
  • Apollodorus
  • Theon of Smyrna
  • Cleomedes
  • Nicomachus
  • Ptolemy
  • Gaudentius
  • Anatolius
  • Aristides Quintilian
  • Porphyry
  • Diophantus
  • Alypius
  • Damianus
  • Pappus
  • Serenus
  • Theon of Alexandria
  • Anthemius
  • Eutocius

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Pre-Hellenistic Classical Greece
Reconstruction of the Oikumene (inhabited world) as described by Herodotus in the 5th century BC.
Reconstruction of Hecataeus' map
Hellenistic period
Roman Empire period Template:Wp/grc/Anchor
15th century reconstruction of Ptolemy's map.
Byzantine Empire

Ἱστοριογράφοι edit

Archaic Greece edit

Classical Greece edit

Hellenistic Greece edit

Roman Greece edit

Byzantine Empire edit

Φιλοσοφία edit

The School of Athens, a famous fresco by the Italian Renaissance artist Raphael, with Plato and Aristotle as the central figures in the scene

Ἐν φιλοσοφίᾳ προαιρέσεις

Platonism: Plato's Academy mosaic from the Villa of T. Siminius Stephanus in Pompeii
Roman copy in marble of a Greek bronze bust of Aristotle by Lysippus, Template:Wp/grc/Circa

Σχολαστικὴ φιλοσοφία edit

Θρησκεία edit

Zeus, king of the Olympian gods
The Muses Clio, Euterpe, and Thalia, the inspirational goddesses of literature, science, and the arts in Greek mythology (by Eustache Le Sueur, oil on panel, Template:Wp/grc/Circa)
A votive plaque known as the Ninnion Tablet depicting elements of the Eleusinian Mysteries, discovered in the sanctuary at Eleusis (mid-4th century BC)

Religion in ancient Greece


Μυθολογία edit

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Ἥρωες edit

Ἄλλα μυθικὰ θηρία edit

Γλῶσσα edit

Early Greek alphabet on pottery

Γράμματα edit

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Ὑγίεια καὶ ἰατρική edit

Μαθηματικά edit

Ἑλληνικά edit

Statues at the "House of Cleopatra" in Delos, Greece. Man and woman wearing the himation
Kylix, the most common drinking vessel in ancient Greece
The Parthenon, shows the common structural features of Ancient Greek architecture: crepidoma, columns, entablature, and pediment
Ancient Greek theatre in Delos
Odeon of Herodes Atticus
Portrait of Demosthenes, statesman and orator of ancient Athens

Culture of ancient Greece

Ἀγῶνες edit

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Boxer at Rest, finest example of bronze Hellenistic sculpture




Training facilities

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Ancient Greek pottery

Νόμος edit

Νομοθέται edit

  • Ancient Greek lawmakers
    • Draco – first legislator of Athens in Ancient Greece. He replaced the prevailing system of oral law and blood feud by a written code to be enforced only by a court. Draco's written law became known for its harshness, with the adjective "draconian" referring to similarly unforgiving rules or laws.
      • Draconian constitution – first written constitution of Athens. So that no one would be unaware of them, they were posted on wooden tablets (ἄξονες – axones), where they were preserved for almost two centuries, on steles of the shape of three-sided pyramids (κύρβεις – kyrbeis).
    • Solon – Athenian statesman and lawmaker, remembered for the Solonian Constitution.
      • Solonian Constitution – a code of laws embracing the whole of public and private life. It sought to revise or abolish the older laws of Draco.
  • Dreros inscription – the earliest surviving inscribed law from ancient Greece.
  • Heliaia, the supreme court of ancient Athens.
  • Great Rhetra, the constitution of Sparta

Πόλεμος edit

Ὁ πόλεμος ἐν τῇ ἀρχαίᾳ Ἑλλάδι edit

Συμμαχίαι καὶ ἡγεμονίαι edit

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Achilles tending Patroclus wounded by an arrow (Attic red-figure kylix, c. 500 BC)
Alexander Mosaic showing the Battle of Issus; from the House of the Faun, Pompeii

Μηχανική edit

Τέχναι edit

Croatian Apoxyomenos (detail), bronze statue from the 2nd or 1st century BC
Two youths feasting in a vineyard. Attic black-figure kylix, ca. 530 BC
Tondo of a red-figure kylix depicting Herakles and Athena, by Phoinix (potter) and Douris (painter),
ca. 480–470 BC
Bust of Homer, author of the Iliad and the Odyssey, two epic poems which are the central works of ancient Greek literature

Art in ancient Greece

Ἀρχιτεκτονία edit

Architecture of ancient Greece

Ἱστοριογραφία καὶ γεωγραφία edit

Χρονογραφία edit

Death mask, known as the Mask of Agamemnon, 16th century BC, probably the most famous artifact of Mycenaean Greece

Ἑλληνικὴ ἀρχαιολογία, κατὰ περίοδον edit

Ἑλληνικὴ ἀρχαιολογία, κατὰ χώραν edit

Bust of Pericles, marble Roman copy after a Greek original from c. 430 BC

Γεωγραφία edit

Χῶραι τῆς ἀρχαίας Ἑλλάδος edit

  1. Hubert Cancik and Helmuth Schneider (ed.): "Marinus", Brill's New Pauly, Brill, 2010:

    M. of Tyre (Μαρῖνος; Marînos), Greek geographer, 2nd cent. AD