biographical name 5th century B.C. Greek soldier; governor of Byzantium

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  • Clearchus — [klē är′kəs] died 401? B.C.; Spartan general …   English World dictionary

  • Clearchus — The name Clearchus or Clearch may refer to: Clearchus of Athens comic poet Clearchus of Heraclea tyrant of Heraclea Pontica Clearchus of Rhegium sculptor, pupil of Eucheirus, teacher of Pythagoras Clearchus of Soli author, pupil of Aristotle… …   Wikipedia

  • CLEARCHUS — I. CLEARCHUS Dux Laccdaemoniorum, dictabat Imperatorem plus quam hostem metui oprtere: significans eos qui in proelio mottem expavescerent, certum sibi, si deseruissent, exspectare debere supplicium. Frontm. l. 4. Strategem. c. 1. ex. 16. Missus… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Clearchus — /klee ahr keuhs/, n. died 401 B.C., Spartan general. * * * …   Universalium

  • CLEARCHUS —    a Spartan general who accompanied Cyrus on his expedition against Artaxerxes; commanded the retreat of the Ten Thousand; was put to death by Tissaphernes in 401 B.C., and replaced by Xenophon …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Clearchus — Cle•ar•chus [[t]kliˈɑr kəs[/t]] n. anh big died 401 b.c., Spartan general …   From formal English to slang

  • Clearchus — /kliˈakəs/ (say klee ahkuhs) noun died 401 BC, Spartan general …   Australian English dictionary

  • Clearchus — /klee ahr keuhs/, n. died 401 B.C., Spartan general …   Useful english dictionary

  • CLEARCHUS OF SOLI° — (in Cyprus; fourth and third centuries B.C.E.), Greek philosopher. Clearchus is generally regarded as a disciple of Aristotle, although his concepts of the soul have more in common with Platonism. In the fragment preserved in Josephus (Apion 1,… …   Encyclopedia of Judaism

  • CLEARCHUS Junior — Ponticus, Athenas profectus, ut operam daret Platoni, in somniis admenitus a studiis literarum recessit. Suidas …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

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