Autolycus

[areopagite] Autolycus (4th century BC) was an Athenian areopagite who was accused by the orator Lycurgus on account of removing his wife and children from Athens after the battle of Chaeronea (338 BC) and was condemned by the judges. The speech of Lycurgus against Autolycus was extant in the time of Harpocration, but has not come down to u...
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Autolycus

[submarine detector] Autolycus was a method for detecting submerged submarines from aircraft. It attempted to detect exhaust fumes from their diesel engines. It was developed by the British during the early Cold War period. The first version of Autolycus was deployed on Shackleton aircraft in the mid-1950s, with an improved version re-appea...
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Autolycus

Autolycus (ôtol'ikus) , fl. 4th cent. B.C., astronomer and mathematician of Pitane in Aeolis. Of his two extant works, that on the revolving sphere is said to be the oldest completely preserved Greek treatise on a mathematical subject. The other deals with the apparent rising and setting o...
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Autolycus

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Autolycus

Autolycus is a short-range instrument for the detection of diesel fumes from submarines either on the surface, or recently submerged, or while snorkelling.
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Autolycus

Autolycus, in Greek mythology, the son of Hermes, from whom he received special powers in thieving and trickery. According to one legend Autolycus stole from Sisyphus, who revenged himself by seducing Autolycus' daughter Anticlea, who was Odysseus' mother.
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Autolycus

In Greek mythology, an accomplished thief and trickster, son of the god Hermes, who gave him the power of invisibility, and grandfather of
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Autolycus

in Greek mythology, the maternal grandfather, through his daughter Anticleia, of the hero Odysseus. In Homer`s Odyssey the god Hermes rewards ...
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