Agathon

Athenian tragic poet whose first victory at the festival of the Great Dionysia, in which plays were presented and judged, was gained in 416 . The ... [1 related articles]
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Agathon

[name] The name Agathon (Gr. Ἀγάθων) can refer to several beings: ==Classical antiquity== ==Popular media== ...
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Agathon

Agathon (ăg'uthon) , c.450–c.400 B.C., Athenian tragedian. Plato's Symposium has as its scene the celebration of Agathon's first dramatic victory. Less than 40 lines of his work survive.
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Agathon

[son of Philotas] Agathon (in Greek Aγαθων; lived 4th century BC) was the son of the Macedonian Philotas and the brother of Parmenion and Asander. He was given as a hostage to Antigonus in 313 BC, by his brother Asander, who was satrap of Caria, but was taken back again by Asander in a few days.{r|diod_19.75} Agathon had a son, named A...
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