Harpalus

[engineer] The secondary source may have been some later writer, who may have invented a name in order to provide a name for this impressive engineering achievement, in the manner of Mandrocles, recorded by Herodotus as bridging the Bosporus for Darius I. The oldest and relevant source seems to be a work published in 1904 by Hermann Alexand...
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Harpalus

[son of Polemaeus] Harpalus son of Polemaeus from Beroea, was a Macedonian statesman, hieromnemon at Delphi and the chief of the ambassadors sent by Perseus to Rome in 172 BC, to answer the complaints of Eumenes II, king of Pergamon. Harpalus gave great offence to the Romans by the haughty and vehement tone that he assumed, and exacerbated ...
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Harpalus

[mythology] Harpalus in Greek mythology was son of Amyclas king of Laconia and father of Deritus, ancestor of Patreus, founder of Patras. ...
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Harpalus

[astronomer] Harpalus was an ancient Greek astronomer (flor. 82nd Olympiad, ca.450 BC) who corrected the cycle of Cleostratus and invented the Nine Year Cycle. He may also have been the engineer Harpalus who designed a pontoon bridge solution when Xerxes wished his army to cross the Hellespont. ...
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Harpalus

(c. 355-324 BC) Macedonian treasurer. Harpalus had been a boyhood friend of Alexander the Great and became his military paymaster. Having been put in charge of Alexander's central imperial treasury in Babylon, he...
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Harpalus

(from the article `Demosthenes`) Six years later, however, he was convicted of a grave crime and forced to flee from prison and himself go into exile. He was accused of taking 20 ... ...the misunderstanding that now arose between him and his people. Before continuing his pursuit of Darius, who had retreated into Bactria, he ... ...ad...
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Harpalus

[genus] Harpalus is a genus of carabid beetles with over 420 species and subspecies. Species include: ...
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Harpalus

Harpalus is a genus of over sixty species beetles of the ground beetle family, Carabidae. They vary greatly in size from 4 to 17 mm in length, but all have a similar body form - long oval or straight-sided, relatively short legs and only moderately long antennae. They live in dry, sandy localities where they hunt prey and also eat the seeds of umbe...
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Harpalus

For other uses, see Harpalus (disambiguation) Harpalus (Greek: Ἅρπαλος) son of Machatas was an aristocrat of Macedon and boyhood friend of Alexander the Great in the 4th century BC. Being lame in a leg, and therefore exempt from military service, Harpalus did not follow Alexander in his advance within the Persian Empire but received noneth...
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Harpalus

[crater] The rim of Harpalus is sharp-edged with little sign of wear or erosion. The wall is not perfectly circular, and has a few outward notches and protrusions, especially along the eastern half. It is surrounded by an outer rampart of ejecta, most notably towards the north, and is at the center of a small ray system. Due to its rays, Ha...
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