Agesilaus

[Xenophon] Agesilaus (Ἀγησίλαος) is a minor work by Xenophon. The text summarizes the life of Spartan king Agesilaus II, whom Xenophon valued greatly, considering him as an unsurpassed example of all the civil and military virtues. The king`s life is narrated in chronological order, making Agesilaus one of the first examples of bi...
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Agesilaus

[statesman] Agesilaus (s; Ἀγησίλαος; fl. 3rd-century BC) was a Spartan statesman, the uncle of Agis IV, and the father of Hippomedon. When Agis IV began his constitutional reforms in Sparta, Hippomedon entered warmly into the schemes of Agis, and was instrumental in gaining over Agesilaus to their support. Agesilaus was a man of l...
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Agesilaus

(from the article `Agis IV`) Agis was supported by his wealthy mother and grandmother, who surrendered their property; by his uncle Agesilaus; and by Lysander, who was an ephor ...
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Agesilaus

[disambiguation] Agesilaus (Ἀγησίλαος) can refer to: ...
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Agesilaus

Agesilaus was a king of Sparta. He was born in 442 BC and died about 360 BC. He was elevated to the throne after the death of his brother Agis II. He acquired renown By his exploits against the Persians, Thebans, and Athenians. Though a vigorous ruler, and almost adored by his soldiers, he was of small stature and lame from his birth. Xenophon, Plu...
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Agesilaus

[historian] Agesilaus (s; Ἀγησίλαος) was a Greek historian who wrote a work on the early history of Italy, fragments of which are preserved in Plutarch`s `Parallel Lives`, and in Stobaeus` Florilegium. ...
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