Proxenus

1. LAT Proxenus Bames et McDunnough
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Пятиязычный словарь названий животных. Насекомые. — М.: РУССО. . 2000.

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  • PROXENUS — I. PROXENUS Boeotus, magnâ apud Thebanos auctoritate et rei bellicae experientiâ; hospes Xenophontis, captus a Tissapherne. Vide Polyaen. l. 7. c. 18. §. 1. II. PROXENUS Commentar. fecit de Republ. Lacedaemon. teste Athenaeô, l. 6. Item de… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • proxenus — prox·e·nus …   English syllables

  • proxenus — …   Useful english dictionary

  • Proxenus of Atarneus — is most famous for being Aristotle s guardian after the death of his parents. Proxenus educated Aristotle for a couple of years before sending him to Athens to Plato s Academy.Proxenus had married Aristotle s older sister Arimneste, whereby they… …   Wikipedia

  • Athetis —   Athetis …   Wikipedia Español

  • Hospitium — (Gr. ξενία, προξενία), hospitality, among the Greeks and Romans, was of a twofold character: private and public.PrivateIn Homeric times all strangers without exception, were regarded as being under the protection of Zeus Xenios, the god of… …   Wikipedia

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  • Ten Thousand (Greek) — Route of Xenophon and the Ten Thousand. The Ten Thousand (Ancient Greek: Οι Μύριοι) were a group of mercenary units, mainly Greek, drawn up by Cyrus the Younger to attempt to wrest the throne of the Persian Empire from his brother, Artaxerxes II …   Wikipedia

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  • Pindar — For other uses, see Pindar (disambiguation). Pindar, Roman copy of Greek 5th century BC bust (Museo Archeologica Nazionale, Naples) Pindar (Ancient Greek: Πίνδαρος, Pindaros, pronounced [píndaros]; Latin: Pindarus …   Wikipedia

  • Callisthenes — of Olynthus (in Greek polytonic|Καλλισθένης; ca. 360 328 BC) was a Greek historian. He was the son of Hero and Proxenus of Atarneus, which made him the great nephew of Aristotle by his sister Arimneste. They first met when Aristotle tutored… …   Wikipedia

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