biographical name died 388 B.C. Athenian general

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  • Thrasybulus — Thrasybūlus, athen. Feldherr und Führer der demokrat. Partei, befreite Athen 403 v. Chr. von den sog. 30 Tyrannen, 389 Befehlshaber der athen. Flotte, 388 in Aspendos in Pamphylien erschlagen …   Kleines Konversations-Lexikon

  • Thrasybulus — Thrasybulus, athen. Feldherr und Staatsmann in der 2. Hälfte des peloponnes. Krieges, Hauptgegner der oligarchischen Bestrebungen, wurde von den 30 Tyrannen verbannt, setzte sich mit Flüchtlingen in dem Kastell Phyle fest, verstärkt später im… …   Herders Conversations-Lexikon

  • Thrasybulus — Infobox Military Person name= Thrasybulus caption= Thrasybulus receiving an olive crown for his successful campaign against the Thirty Tyrants. From Andrea Alciato s Emblemata. allegiance= Athens rank= commands= nickname= lived= c. 440s BC ndash; …   Wikipedia

  • THRASYBULUS — I. THRASYBULUS Atheniensis exul, comparatô, exercitu 30. tyrannorum dominationem Athenis sustulit, iuvante Lysandrô, Lacedaemoniorum duce, exulesque reduxit. Insuper plebiscitum tulit, quod ἀμνηςίαν vocant, quo iniuriarum memoria deleretur,… …   Hofmann J. Lexicon universale

  • Thrasybulus — /thras euh byooh leuhs/, n. died c389 B.C., Athenian patriot and general. * * * ▪ Greek general died 388 BC       Athenian general and democratic leader.       Thrasybulus public career began in 411 BC, when he frustrated the oligarchic rising in …   Universalium

  • THRASYBULUS —    famous Athenian general and democratic statesman; came to the front during the later part of the Peloponnesian War; took an active share in overturning the oligarchy of the Four Hundred, and in recalling Alcibiades (411 B.C.); was exiled by… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Thrasybulus — /thras euh byooh leuhs/, n. died c389 B.C., Athenian patriot and general …   Useful english dictionary

  • Thrasybulus of Syracuse — Thrasybulus was a tyrant who ruled Syracuse for eleven months [Aristotle s The Politics 5.1315b] during 466 and 465 BC. He was a member of the Deinomenid family and the brother of the previous tyrant Hiero, who seized power in Syracuse by… …   Wikipedia

  • Thrasybulus (tyrant) — This article is about the tyrant of Miletus. For the Athenian general, see Thrasybulus . Thrasybulus was the tyrant of Miletus in the 7th century BC. Under his rule, Miletus fought a lengthy war against Lydia. This war ended without a decisive… …   Wikipedia

  • ФРАСИБУЛ —    • Thrasybūlus,          Θρασύβουλος,        1. тиран милетский, современник и друг Периандра Коринфского (Hdt. 5, 92), противник Алиатта Лидийского, против которого он хитростью отстоял свой город. Нdt. 1, 20 слл.;        2. тиран сиракузский …   Реальный словарь классических древностей

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