List of Thracian Greeks


List of Thracian Greeks

"This is a list of ancient Greeks in Thrace and hellenized Thracians"=Ancient=

Artists

*Brygos Attic Painter,Potter,5th century BC,(possibly of thracian origin) [JSTOR: Die Griechischen Vaseninschriften ihrer Sprache nach untersucht by Paul Kretschmer, [http://www.google.com/search?um=1&q=Brygos+thrace&sa=N&tab=pw] ]
*Athenion of Maroneia Painter (ca. 320-280 BC)
*Boethus of Chalcedon Sculptor 2nd century BC

Athetes

*_of Maroneia Pale Greek Wrestling Olympics 476 BC [ [http://books.google.com/books?id=sul-L4KVWU0C&pg=PA90&dq=Maroneia+476+Olympic+Pale&sig=2hVL1Z5aZMKms5QGR3tFs9POVwY Arete: Greek Sports from Ancient Sources by Stephen G. Miller] ]

Grammarians

*Aristarchus of Samothrace (220?–143 BC?)
*Aristophanes of Byzantium c. 257 -180 BC
*Dionysius Thrax 170-90 BC

Historians

*Thucydides 460 – 395 BC Scapte Hyle [http://www.mlahanas.de/Greeks/Cities/ScapteHyle.html]
*Hecataeus of Abdera 4th c.BC
*Stephanus of Byzantium 6th c.AD
*Hieronymus of Cardia 354-250 BC

Mathematicians

*Bion of Abdera 4th c.BC (Astronomer)
*Philo of Byzantium ca. 280 - 220 BC (Mechanician)
*Epigenes of Byzantium (Astrologer)

Mythic Lovers

*Orpheus and Euridice
*Hero and Leander

Philosophers

*Leucippus 5th c. BC (Abdera)
*Protagoras ca. 490– 420 BC (Abdera)
*Diogenes Apolloniates c. 460 BC (Apollonia)
*Thrasymachus (ca. 459-400 BC) Chalcedon
*Democritus 460 BCE - 370 BC (Abdera)
*Xenocrates (396–314 BC) Chalcedon
*Anaxarchus ca. 340 BC (Abdera)
*Hecataeus of Abdera 4th c.BC.
*Hipparchia the Cynic c. 325 BC. (Maroneia)
*Metrocles c. 325 BC. (Maroneia)
*Antisthenes of Athens 445-365 BC founder of Cynic philosophy (Mother Thracian)

Physicians

*Herodicus 5th c.BC (Selymbria)

Poets

*Nicaenetus of Samos 3th c.BC (Abderite)
*Sotades of Maroneia 3th c. BC.
*Phaedimus of Bisanthe 2th c.BC

Rulers-Politicians

*Miltiades the Elder
*Miltiades c. 550 - 489 BCE
*Cimon 510-450 BC
*Themistocles c. 524–459 BC
*Cleophon (politician) mother Thracian
*Thucydides 460 – 395 BC
*Nymphodorus of Abdera relative to Sitalces
*Python and Heraclides of Aenus,killed Cotys I
*Eumenes ca. 362—316 BC Cardia
*Lysimachus 360-281 BC King of Thrace
*Agathocles (son of Lysimachus) mother Thracian

Hellenized Thracians

*Dolonci (Δόλογγες),Thracian Chersonesean tribe ruled by Miltiades
*Abrotonum mother of Themistocles
*Hegesipyle of Olorus,wife of Miltiades
*Olorus father of Thucydides
*List of rulers of Bithynia 328-75 BC

Cities

Aegean Thrace

"from west to east"
*Stryme
*Abdera ca.7th-6th c. BC by Teos
*Ismaros
*Maroneia -(Chians
*Samothrace -(Samians)
*Aenus -(Aeolians)
*Lysimachia

Thracian Chersonese

*Abydos, Hellespont ~700 BC -(Milesians)
*Alopeconnesus -(Milesians)
*Aegospotami
*Callipolis
*Cardia -(Ionians)
*Elaeus (Athenians)
*Sestus

Propontis

*Bisanthe -(Samians)
*Perinthus -(Samians)
*Selymbria -(Megarians)

Bosporus

*Byzantium -(Megarians)
*Chalcedon -(Megarians)

Pontus Euxinus

"from north to south"
*Histria (Milesians)
*Tomi (Milesians)
*Callatis by Heraclea Pontica
*Dionysopolis or Krounoi
*Odessos or Odessopolis (Milesians)
*Naulochos -Mesembrians
*Mesembria -(Megarians)
*Anchialos -Apollonians
*Pyrgos -Apollonians
*Apollonia -Milesians
*Agathopolis

External links

* [http://www.utexas.edu/courses/greeksahoy!/colonies_and_metropoleis.jpgMap of Greek colonies in Thrace]

References


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