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Machanidas (see also Battle of Mantinea 207 BC)
Machaon
Machon
Macron (Makron) Vase Painter

Madrid Painter

Magas of Cyrene
Magnes
Marcellinus
Marcellus of Side

Marcianus (Μαρκιανός ο Ηρακλειώτης)
Margos

Marinus of Neapolis
Marion of Alexandria, wrestling and pancration winner 52 BC
Marsyas of Pella

Mastos Painter
Matris of Thebes
Matron of Pitane
Maximus of Smyrna
Mausolus, a "hellenized" Carian
Medius of Larissa
Megacles
Megalostrata (the muse of Alcman)
Megasthenes the Geographer
Megasthenes of Chalcis
Megillus or Megellus or Megialius or Megialus
Megistias (or Themisteas) the soothsayer
Megistonus (Megistonous)
Meidias

Meidias Painter
Melampodes
Melampus
Melancomas of Caria (or Melankomas)
Melancomas (or Melankomas) of Ephesus
Melanippides (Μελανιππίδης)
Melanippides (Μελανιππίδης ο νεότερος)

Melanthius
Melas of Chios
Meleager of Gadara

Meleager Painter
Melinno

Melissus (Melissos)

Melissus of Samos
Melissus of Thebes, Pancration Pindar Isthmia 4 ode
Memnon of Heraclea Pontica
Memnon of Rhodes
Menaechmus


Menander
Menaidas (Boeotian Potter)
Menander I Indo-Greek King
Menander of Ephesus
Menander of Laodicea
Menander of Thessaly, stadion race winner 524 BC

Menecleidas
Menecrates of Rhodes
Menecrates of Smyrna
Menecrates of Syracuse
Menecrates of Xanthus
Menecrates (Galen)
Menecrates, Sculptor

Menedaius
Menedemus
Menedemus (general)
Menelaus
Menesaechmus
Menestor
Menexenus
Menippus of Gadara
Menippus of Stratonikeia
Menodotus of Nicomedia
Menon of Pharsalus
Menophantus (Minofantos)

Mentor of Rhodes
Menus of Megara, stadion race winner 704 BC

Menyllus of Macedon

Mesatos

Mesogeia Painter
Mesomedes of Crete (Μεσομήδης)
Metagenes of Xypete (architect)
Meton of Athens
Metrobius
Metrocles
Metrodorus of Chios (Μητρόδωρος ο Χίος)
Metrodorus of Lampsacus "the younger"
Metrodorus of Lampsacus
Metrodorus of Scepsis
Metrodorus of Stratonicea
Miciades
Micciades
Micion of Boeotia, stadion race winner 196 BC
Micon
Micrinas of Tarentum, stadion race winner 352 BC
Micinas of Rhodes, stadion race winner 324 BC
Milo of Croton
Miltiades the Elder
Miltiades the Younger (Μιλτιάδης)
Mindarus
Minon of Athens, stadion race winner 400 BC
Mimnermus (Μίμνερμος)
Mithridates I of Cius
Mithridates II of Cius
Mithridates I of Pontus
Mithridates II of Pontus
Mithridates III of Pontus
Mithridates IV of Pontus
Mithridates V of Pontus
Mithridates VI of Pontus
Mnasalces (Mnasalkes) (Boetian Potter)

Mnaseas of Patrae

Mnesiades (Attic Potter)

Mnasibulus of Elateia, stadion race winner 161 AD
Mnesitheus of Athens

Mnason of Phocis

Moderatus of Gades
Moeris
Moerocles
Moiro (or Moero), poetess
Molon
Monimus of Syracuse
Morsimus
Morychus
Moschion
Moschion the son of Adamas
Moschus
Musaeus, Hero and Leander

Myia
Myrmidon of Athens
Myron of Eleuthrae
Myronides
Myrsilus
Myrtilus
Myrtis of Anthedon, poetess
Mys (Vase Painter)
Myson (Vase Painter)
Myson of Chen
Myspius ( Myspios ) (Attic Potter)

Mystai Painter

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