Archelaus

(died 399 BC) King of Macedonia 413-399 BC. He was a distinguished patron of Greek art and literature. The dramatist Euripides died at his court. ...
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Archelaus

[king of Sparta] This peer review discussion has been closed. I started trying to expand John C. Breckinridge and quickly discovered there was too much about the man for a single article. This is the first of what I think will eventually be three sub-articles. I`ve never done a biography sub-article before, so I want to see how well or poor...
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Archelaus

[phrourarch] For other uses, see Archelaus Archelaus was a Macedonian phrourarch of Tyre appointed by Perdiccas or Alexander in 323-321 BC. Perdiccas had left 800 talents with him in 321 BC for safe keeping, which he turned over to Attalus (son of Andromenes) after Perdiccas` death along with the affairs of the city. ...
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Archelaus

[play] Archelaus (Ἀρχέλαος, Archelaos) is a drama written and performed in Macedonia by Euripides honouring Archelaus I of Macedon on a par with king Caranus. There is no doubt that Euripides transformed Caranus to Archelaus (meaning `leader of the people`) in the play, in an attempt to please Archelaus I of Macedon. In the play, A...
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Archelaus

[son of Androcles] For other uses, see Archelaus Archelaus was the Macedonian phrourarch of the Bactrian rock called Aornos in 326 BC. ...
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Archelaus

A disciple of Anaxagoras; belonged to the Sophistic period; proclaimed the conventionality of all ethical judgments. He distinguished between man's natural impulses and dispositions and the dictates of human moral laws. The former he held to be superior guides to conduct. -- M.F.
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Archelaus

Archelaus (är"kēlā'us) : see Herod.
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Archelaus

king of Macedonia from 413 to 399.[1 related articles]
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Archelaus

last king of Cappadocia (reigned 36 – 17), a Roman client during the late republic and the early empire.
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