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ⓘ Aristeas, disambiguation. Aristeas was a 7th-century BC Greek poet. Aristeas may also refer to: Aristeas of Stratonice, was the victor at the Olympic games in w ..




                                     

ⓘ Aristeas (disambiguation)

Aristeas was a 7th-century BC Greek poet.

Aristeas may also refer to:

  • Aristeas of Stratonice, was the victor at the Olympic games in wrestling and the pankration on the same day in the 191st Olympiad
  • Aristeas of Argos, who invited Pyrrhus of Epirus to Argos in 272 BCE, as his rival Aristippus of Argos was supported by Antigonus II Gonatas
  • Aristeas of Chios, a distinguished officer in the retreat of the Ten Thousand, mentioned in the Anabasis of Xenophon 4.1.28, 6.20.
  • Aristeas sculptor, an artist known to us from two sculptures of centaurs
  • Aristeas, a character in The Dreaming comics
  • Aristea, genus of plants
  • Aristeas, a grammarian, who was referred to by Roman writer Marcus Terentius Varro, but is otherwise unknown
  • Letter of Aristeas, a letter purporting to record the events behind the translation of the Septuagint, or its disputed author

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