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Abantidas

Abas (sophist)

Abron or Habron

Abronychus

Abydenus

Acanthus, from Lacedaemon

Achaeus the son of Andromachus

Achaeus of Eretria

Achaeus of Syracuse

Aceratus

Acesander

Acesas

Acestodorus

Acestor

Acestorides

Achilles Painter

Achilles Tatius

Achilleus of Alexandria, stadion race winner 101 AD

Acrotatus

Acusilaus of Argos

Acusilaus of Cyrene, stadion race winner 120 BC

Adaios

Adeimantus , the son of Ariston and the brother of Plato

Adeimantus , the son of Ocytus

Adrianus of Tyre

Aeaces

Aeacides of Epirus

Aeantides, son-in-law of the tyrant Hippias

Aegialeas

Aegimus of Velia

Aeimnestus

Aeithales of Alexandria, stadion race winner 165 AD

Aelianus Tacticus

Aelius Aristides
Aelius Herodianus
Aelius Theon

Aeneas of Stymphalus

Aenesias, Spartan Ephor

Aenesidemus of Cnossus

Aenicus (Ainikos)

Aeoladas, father of Pagondas, from Thebes

Aeschines (Αισχίνης)
Aeschines of Elis, stadion race winner 760 BC
Aeschines Glaucias of Miletus, stadion race winner 17 AD

Aeschraeus

Aeschrion of Samos (Αισχρίων ο Σάμιος)

Aeschylides of Athens (Αισχυλίδης)

Aeschylides of Ceos

Aeschylus (Αισχύλος)
Aeschylus of Cnidus
Aeschylus of Rhodes

Aesion, orator (contemporary of Demosthenes)

Aeson, envoy to Lacedaemon, from Argos

Aesop, ( Aisopos, Αἴσωπος, Αίσωπος ),

Aethlius

Aetion of Amphipolis

Affecter

Agallis of Corcyra

Agariste of Sicyon

Agasias

Agasicles

Agasides

Agatharchidas of Sparta

Agatharchides (Αγαθαρχίδης )

Agatharchus (Αγάθαρχος)

Agatharchus of Corcyra, stadion race winner 536 BC

Agathedaemon of Alexandria

Agathias

Agathinus

Agathocles, tyrant of Syracuse
Agathocles (son of Lysimachus)
Agathocles of Bactria
Agathocles of Egypt

Agathokleia

Agathon ,Potter , Berlin, Antikensammlung, 3308

Agathon

Agathon of Macedonia

Agathopus of Aegina, stadion race winner 173 and 177 AD

Ageladas

Agelaus, son of Acnonius

Agemachus of Cyzicus, stadion race winner 192 BC
Agesidamus of Epizephyrian Lokris, boxing boys, Olympia ode 10 of Pindar
Agesandridas Lacedaemonian commander
Agesilaus II (Xenophon Agesilaus)

Agesippidas, Lacedaemonian commander

Agesipolis I
Agesipolis II

Agis I ('Αγις Α')
Agis II ('Αγις Β')
Agis III ('Αγις Γ' )
Agis IV ('Αγις Δ' ), Plutarch's Agis
Agis of Elis, stadion race winner 572 BC

Agnonides

Agnodorus of Cyzicus, stadion race winner 140 BC

Agoracritus

Agrippa the Astronomer
Agrippa the Sceptic

Aison (vase painter)

Alcaeus (Αλκαίος)

Alcamenes

Alcamenes , Lacedaemonian commander

Alcander (Lycurgus)

Alcetas

Alcibiades

Alcidamas

Alcides of Laconia, stadion race 244 BC

Alcimachus

Alcimachus of Eretra

Alcimedon (Alkimedon) of Aigina, boy wrestling winner, Olympian Ode Pindar 8

Alcimus of Cyzicus, stadion race winner 144 BC

Alcinadas of Lacedaemon

Alciphron
Alcisthene

Alcisthenes, father of Demosthenes the general

Alcithus
Alcman (Αλκμάν)
Alcmaeon son of Megacles
Alcmaeon of Croton
Alcmaeonidae
Alexander of Aetolia

Alexander of Alexandria, stadion race winner 201 AD

Alexander of Aphrodisias
Alexander the Great - Alexander the Great (Plutarch) , Αλέξανδρος ο Μέγας

Alexander of Myndus
Alexander of Pherae
Alexander Polyhistor (Αλέξανδρος ο Πολυίστωρ)
Alexander I Balas

Alexander I of Macedon
Alexander I of Epirus (Molossus)
Alexander II of Epirus
Alexander II Zabinas

Alexander IV
Alexander V
Alexander, son of Polyperchon

Alexarchus, Corinthian commander

Alexicles, Athenian general

Alexippidas Ephor of Lacedaemon

Alexippus
Alexis (Άλεξις)

Altamura Painter
Alypius

Amasis Painter

Amasis (potter)

Ameiniades , Ambassador from Athena

Ameinocles of Corinth, shipbuilder
Ameipsias
Ammianus Marcellinus
Ammonius Hermiae
Ammonius Saccas

Amphicrates of Athens

Amphis of Andros

Amykos Painter
Amyntas I
Amyntas II or III
Amyntas IV
Amyntor
Anacharsis
Anacreon , (Ανακρέων)

Anagyrus Painter

Analatos Painter
Anaxagoras (Αναξαγόρας )
Anaxandrides
Anaxandrides , son of Theopompus, King of Sparta
Anaxandridas II
Anaxarchus
Anaxeos and his dog Parthenope, Mytilene
Anaxibius

Anaxidamus
Anaxilas
Anaxilas Tyrant of Rhegium
Anaxilaus of Larissa
Anaximander (Αναξίμανδρος )
Anaximenes (Αναξιμένης )
Anaximenes of Lampsacus
Anaxinus of Oreus, executed after Demosthenes claims that he was a Macedonian spy
Anaxiphales
Anaxippus
Andocides
Andreas of Lacedaemon, stadion race winner 64 BC
Androclus of Messenia, stadion race winner 768 BC
Andromachus
Andromachus, father of Timaeus
Andromachus of Ambracia, stadion race winner 60 BC
Andromachus from Crete, physician of the emperor Nero (inventor of the antidot Theriaca Andromachi)
Andromenes of Corinth, stadion race 308, 304 BC
Andronicus Cyrrhestes
Andronicus of Rhodes
Androsthenes of Cyzicus
Androsthenes of Thasos
Androtion
Aneristus, Lacedaemonian ambassador to Persia

Angelion
Anochas of Tarentum, stadion race winner 520 BC
Antagoras of Rhodes
Antalcidas
Anthemius
Anthestion of Argos, stadion race winner 52 BC
Anticles of Messenia, stadion race winner 748 BC
Anticles , Athenian commander
Anticleides
Anticrates of Epidaurus, stadion race winner 600 BC
Antidotus
Antigenidas
Antigone of Macedonia
Antigonus of Macedonia, stadion race winner 292, 288 BC
Antigonus of Carystus
Antigonus I Monophthalmos (Αντίγονος Α' Κύκλωψ ή Μονόφθαλμος)
Antigonus II Gonatas (Αντίγονος Β’ Γονατάς)
Antigonus III Doson

Antigonus of Cumae

Antileon

Antimachus of Colophon

Antimachus of Elis (Dyspontium), stadion race 772 BC

Antimachus of Teos


Antimachus I Greco-bactrian King
Antimachus II Greco-bactrian King
Antimenidas, brother of Alcaeus

Antimnestus father of Hierophon

Antinous

Antiochis

Antiochus of Ascalon
Antiochus I Soter
Antiochus II Theos
Antiochus III the Great
Antiochus IV Epiphanes
Antiochus V Eupator
Antiochus VI Dionysus
Antiochus VII
Antiochus VIII Epiphanes/Callinicus/Philometor
Antiochus IX Cyzicenus
Antiochus X Eusebes
Antiochus XI Epiphanes
Antiochus XII Dionysus
Antiochus XIII Asiaticus

Antipater , Αντίπατρος

Antipater of Epirus, stadion race winner 136 BC

Antipater of Sidon
Antiphanes
Antiphilus
Antiphon
Antisthenes, Antisthenes (Diogenes Laertius)

Antisthenes of Sparta

Antoninus Liberalis
Antyllus
Anyte of Tegea (Ανύτη)
Anytus
Apellaeus of Elis, stadion race winner 540 BC
Apellas
Apelles (Απελλής)

Apelles, Pliny the Elder

Apellicon
Aphareus
Aphthonius of Antioch
Apollocrates
Apollodorus of Alexandria
Apollodorus of Artemita
Apollodorus of Athens
Apollodorus of Carystus
Apollodorus of Damascus
Apollodorus of Gela
Apollodorus (son of Pasion)
Apollodorus of Pergamum
Apollodorus of Seleuceia on the Tigris

Apollodotus I
Apollonidas of Sicyon
Apollonius of Athens
Apollonius of Citium
Apollonius Dyscolus
Apollonius of Epidaurus, stadion race winner 33 AD
Apollonius Molon
Apollonius Mys
Apollonius of Perga


Apollonius Rhodes
Apollonius Sophista
Apollonius of Tralles
Apollonius of Tyana
Apollophanes
Apollophanes the Stoic
Apollophanes Papis of Tarsus, stadion race winner 85 AD
Appian

Apsines of Gadara

Arachidamia

Araros

Aratus of Sicyon , leader of the Achaean League, Plutarch's Aratus
Aratus of Soli (Άρατος ο Σολεύς)
Arcadius of Antioch

Archaeanactids

Arcesilaus
Arcesilaus I
Arcesilaus II
Arcesilaus III
Arcesilaus IV
Arcesilaus of Megalopolis, stadion race winner 188 BC
Archebios
Archedemus of Thera "Nympholeptes", Pan cave Vari Attica, IG I2 788 Inscription

Archedice daughter of Hippias the tyrant

Archedicus the comic poet
Archedicus the Stoic
Archelaus
Archelaus of Macedon , Αρχέλαος Α'

Archeptolemus
Archermus
Archestratus of Gela

Archestratus , Athenian commander

Archetimus, Corinthian commander

Archias of Corinth
Aulus Licinius Archias
Archias of Lacedaemon
Archias, son of Aristaechmus
Archias of Thurii
Archidamus I (Αρχίδαμος Α΄)
Archidamus II (Αρχίδαμος Β΄)
Archidamus III (Αρχίδαμος Γ΄)
Archidamus IV (Αρχίδαμος Δ΄)
Archidamus V
Archigenes
Archilochus (Αρχίλοχος)
Archimedes of Syracuse
Archippe of Cyme
Archippus
Archon of Pella
Archetimus
Archytas, Archytas (mathematics) & Archytas (philosophy)
Arctinus of Miletus
Ardices of Corinth
Aregon of Corinth
Aretaeus of Cappadocia
Arete of Cyrene
Areus I
Areus II
Argaeus I of Macedon
Argaeus II of Macedon
Argead dynasty
Argileonis mother of Brasidas wife of Tellis.
Ariobarzanes I of Cius
Ariobarzanes II of Cius
Arion
Aristaenus of Megalopolis
Aristaeus
Aristagoras
Aristander of Antissa in Lesbos, stadion race winner 168 BC
Aristander of Telmessus
Aristarchus of Samos
Aristarchus of Samothrace
Aristarchus of Tegea
Aristeas son of Caystrobius
Aristeas of Aphrodisias , sculptor
Aristeas of Miletus, stadion race winner 121 AD
Aristias
Aristides , Plutarch's Aristides
Aristides of Thebes
Aristillus of Samos
Aristion
Aristion of Paros
Aristippus
Aristobulus of Cassandreia
Aristocles (known better as Plato)
Aristocles of Cydonia
Aristocles of Sicyon
Aristocles (sculptor of the Aristion Stele)
Aristocrates of Athens
Aristodama of Smyrna , poetess
Aristodemus of Miletus
Aristodemus of Sparta
Aristogeiton (& Harmodius)
Aristogeiton (orator)
Aristolochus of Athens, stadion race winner 344 BC
Aristomachus of Argos
Aristomedon of Argos
Aristomenes of Andania
Ariston, the father of Plato
Ariston of Ceos (Iulis)
Ariston of Chios
Ariston of Thurii, stadion race winner 40 and 32 BC
Aristonicus of Alexandria
Aristonidas
Aristonothus (gr. Aristonothos)

Aristonymus
Aristophanes (Αριστοφάνης)
Aristophanes of Byzantium
Aristophon of Azenia
Aristotle (Αριστοτέλης ο Σταγειρίτης) brother of Arimnestus and Arimneste.& Aristotle (Diogenes Laertius)
Aristoxenus of Tarentum (Αριστόξενος ο Ταραντίνος)
Aristoxenus son of Demophon
Aristratus tyrant of Sicyon
Arius Didymus
Arrian
Arsinoe of Macedonia (mother of Ptolemy I Soter)
Arsinoe II
Arsinoe III
Arsinoe IV
Artemidorus of Daldis (Αρτεμίδωρος ο Δαλδιανός ή Ονειροκριτικός )
Artemidorus Tartensis
Artemidorus of Ephesus, Geographer
Artemidorus of Thyateira, stadion race winner 8 BC
Artemidoros Indo-Greek King
Artemisia II of Caria (wife of Mausolus)
Artemisia of Caria
Artemon of Miletus
Artemon Periphoretos
Asander
Asclepiades of Bithynia
Asclepiades of Samos
Asclepiades of Sidon, stadion race winner 24 BC
Asclepiodorus
Asclepiodotus

Aspasia

Aspasia of Phocaea

Aspasius
Asteas
Astyanassa, erotic author
Astydamas I (Astydamas the Elder)
Astydamas II (Astydamas the Younger)

Astylus of Croton, stadion race winner 488, 484 and 480 BC

Astymedes of Rhodes
Astynomus
Astyochus
Atalante, sister of Perdiccas
Ateius
Athanadas

Athena Painter
Athenaeus, son of Attalus I
Athenaeus of Atteleia
Athenaeus of Cyzicus
Athenaeus (epigrammatic poet)
Athenaeus of Naucratis
Athenaeus (rhetorician)
Athenaeus (sculptor)
Athenaeus (stoic philosopher)
Athenagoras
Athenagoras of Miletus
Athenagoras (Perseus)
Athenagoras (Philip)
Athenagoras of Samos
Athenagoras (Syracuse)
Athenion
Athenion (a comic poet)
Athenion (Iatros)
Athenion (Leonteus)
Athenion of Maroneia
Athenion (Mythographer)
Athenippus
Athenocles
Athenocles of Cyzicus
Athenodorus of Aegium, stadion race winner 49 and 53 AD probably also 61 AD
Athenodorus of Rhodes
Atheradas of Laconia, stadion race winner 700 BC
Attalus (general)
Attalus I
Attalus II
Attalus III
Attalus of Macedonia
Auphidius of Patrae, stadion race winner 20 BC
Autocles
Autocrates
Augeas
Autolycus of Pitane (Αυτόλυκος ο Πιταναίος)
Axionicus
Axiothea of Phlius

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