Theagenes

Theagenes (Greek: Θεαγένης) was the name of several persons: Other uses: ...
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Theagenes

[historian] For other persons with the same name ,see Theagenes Theagenes was a historical writer, of uncertain date. Stephanus of Byzantium frequently quotes from a work of his, entitled Macedonica (s. v. Altus (Mygdonia) ), as also from another entitled Carica. It is, perhaps, the same Theagenes, who wrote a work on Aegina, quoted by John...
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Theagenes

[patrician] Theagenes (Θεαγένης, floruit 470s–480s) was an Athenian politician. == Biography == A native of Athens, Theagenes belonged to a wealthy and aristocratic family that claimed descent from Miltiades and Plato. He had a wife, Asclepideneia, who was the great-granddaughter of the Neoplatonic philosopher Plutarch of Athens. ...
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