Demetrius

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Demetrius

[somatophylax] Demetrius (died 330 BC) was one of Alexander`s somatophylakes. He was suspected of being engaged in the conspiracy of Philotas, and was executed. Ptolemy (son of Lagus) replaced him as Somatophylax. ...
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Demetrius

[son of Pythonax] Demetrius son of Pythonax, surnamed Pheidon, was one of the Hetairoi of Alexander. In 327 BC, when the King attempted to introduce proskynesis, Demetrius is alleged to have alerted Alexander to Callisthenes` opposition. He is described as a flatterer of Alexander. ...
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Demetrius

[son of Althaemenes] For other persons with the same name, see Demetrius (disambiguation) Demetrius, son of Althaemenes was hipparch of one ile of Hetairoi in the battle of Gaugamela. Demetrius` last recorded command was in the Mallian campaign (325 BC). ...
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Demetrius

[son of Philip V] Demetrius was the younger son of Philip V of Macedon, but his only son by his legitimate wife, the elder brother Perseus being the son of a concubine. After the battle of Cynoscephalae, Philip was obliged to surrender Demetrius, then very young, to Titus Quinctius Flamininus as a hostage, and he was subsequently sent to Ro...
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Demetrius

[play] Demetrius is an incomplete drama by the German playwright Friedrich Schiller based on the life of Demetrius, briefly Russian czar between 1604 and 1605. It is a reflection on the individual`s responsibility in history and on the rule of Napoleon. Schiller worked on the play from 1804 to 1805, but it was left unfinished on his death a...
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Demetrius

[n] - son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia
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Demetrius

Demetrius I noun son of Antigonus Cyclops and king of Macedonia; he and his father were defeated at the battle of Ipsus (337-283 BC)
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Demetrius

(from the article `Midsummer Night`s Dream, A`) ...has conquered Hippolyta, the Amazon queen, and is about to wed her. Meanwhile, two lovers, Hermia and Lysander, seek refuge in the forest near ...
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Demetrius

(from the article `Clement of Alexandria, Saint`) ...uneducated orthodox Christians of Alexandria, who looked askance at intellectuals, especially at the heretical Gnostics who claimed a special ... Because of his reputation, Origen was much in demand as a preacher, a circumstance that provoked the disapproval of Demetrius, bishop of Al...
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Demetrius

(from the article `painting, Western`) ...his victorious campaign. It is significant, perhaps, that Metrodorus was a philosopher as well as a painter and that he was also employed by ...
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Demetrius

(from the article `fable, parable, and allegory`) ...approximately 200 `Aesop` fables, but there is no way of knowing who invented which tales or what their original occasions might have been. Aesop ...
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Demetrius

(from the article `Flamininus, Titus Quinctius`) ...surrender of Hannibal, who had served Prusias against Rome, because he had served Antiochus. Hannibal committed suicide rather than surrender to ... The elder son of King Philip V of Macedonia, Perseus commanded troops in his father`s wars against Rome (199) and Aetolia (189). After th...
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Demetrius

(from the article `Titus Andronicus`) ...when his brother Bassianus runs away with her instead, Saturninus marries Tamora. Saturninus and Tamora then plot revenge against Titus. Lavinia ...
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Demetrius

king of Bactria who was the son and successor of Euthydemus. The historical evidence for Demetrius` reign is slight and open to varying ... [2 related articles]
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Demetrius

Demetrius, in the New Testament. 1. Silversmith of Ephesus who stirred up a riot against Paul. 2. Disciple commended in Third John.
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Demetrius

Demetrius, in Russian history: see Dmitri.
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Demetrius

Demetrius, or Dmitri was the name of a series of impostors who usurped supreme authority in Russia, and led to some of its remarkable revolutions during the 16th and 17th centuries.
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Demetrius

[biblical figure] The name Demetrius occurs in two places in the Bible, both in the New Testament: ...
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Demetrius

Demetrius is a Latin name for boys. The meaning is `son of the Goddess of harvest` The name Demetrius is most commonly given to American boys. Use for the other sex: Demetria See also: Dima, Dmitrii, Dmitry, Mitya, Dmitriy
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Demetrius

[Shakespeare] Demetrius is one of the iconic lovers in William Shakespeare`s play A Midsummer Night`s Dream. He is a young Athenian man who is engaged to a young Athenian girl named Helena. He abandons Helena, a woman whom he has courted and pursues Hermia, whose father Egeus finds Demetrius to be the better suitor. However, Hermia does not...
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