Melankomas

Melankomas, or Melancomas, was an Ancient Greek boxer from Caria and victor in the 207th Olympiad (AD 49). Known to us mainly from the 28th and 29th Discourses of Dio Chrysostom, in which that writer uses his life as a canvas for a discussion of the ideal athlete and the ideal man, Dio praises his athleticism, good looks, and brave heart. With reg...
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Melankomas

Melankomas, a ancient Greek boxer and Olympic champion from Karia, floated like a butterfly but did not sting like a bee; he did not believe a brave man caused injury to others or allowed others to injure him; his style of boxing was purely defensive; during a match, Melankomas exhausted his opponent by defending himself against punches but never t...
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