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Paeonius of Mende
Pagondas

Painter of Acropolis 24
Painter of Acropolis 356
Painter of Acropolis 573
Painter of Acropolis 601
Painter of Acropolis 606
Painter of Acropolis 670
Painter of Acropolis 787
Painter of Acropolis 2134
Painter of Berlin 1686
Painter of Berlin A 34
Painter of the Berlin Dancing Girl
Painter of the Dresden Lekanis
Painter of the Louvre Centauromachy
Painter of Louvre F6
Painter of Munich 1410
Painter of Palermo 489
Painter of the Vatican Mourner
Painter of the Yale Lekythos

Palaephatus
Palladas
Pammenes of Thebes

Pamphaios Potter, 200459, Berlin, Antikensammlung, F2262

Pamphilus of Samos (Plato's Academy)
Pamphilus (painter)
Panaenus, newphew of Pheidias
Panaetius of Rhodes
Panaetius tyrant of Leontini
Panaetius of Tenos

Panares of Crete
Panarces "the Riddler"
Pantaleon son of Omphalion

Pantacles of Athens, stadion race winner 696 and 692 BC

Pantaleon

Panther Painter
Pantias
Pantites
Panyassis (or Panyasis)
Paralus son of Pericles
Parmenides (Παρμενίδης)
Parmenides of Camarina, stadion race winner 528 BC
Parmenides of Mytilene, stadion race winner 312 BC
Parmenides of Poseidonia, stadion race winner 468 BC
Parmenion ( Παρμενίων )
Parmeniscus of Corcyra, stadion race winner 96 and 88 BC
Parrhasisus of Ephesus
Parthenius of Nicaea
Paseas tyrant of Sicyon
Paseas , Vase painter
Paseas, father of Nicippe
Pasiades
Pasion, a slave, later a rich banker
Pasippidas
Pasiteles
Paul of Aegina (Paulus Aegineta)
Pausanias (Παυσανίας)
Pausanias of Orestis
Pausanias of Sparta
Pausias
Peisander of Athens
Peisander of Camirus
Peisander of Sparta
Peisisatratus (Πεισίστρατος)
Pelopidas
Pelops of Sparta
Perdiccas
Perdiccas I of Macedon
Perdiccas II , Περδίκκας Β'
Perdiccas III
Perdiccas (general)
Periander
Pericles (Περικλής) & Pericles (Plutarch) - Age of Pericles
Perictione, mother of Plato and Adeimantus, wife of Ariston
Perigenes of Alexandria, stadion race winner 272 BC
Perillus of Athens
Persaeus
Perses
Perseus
Perseus of Macedon , Περσέας της Μακεδονίας

Perseus (Apelles)
Persinus of Miletus
Petraeus
Petron / Petronas
Peucestas
Phaedo of Elis
Phaedrus of Pharsalus, stadion race winner 556 BC
Phaenarete, mother of Socrates
Phaenippus
Phaidimos
Phalaris
Phalinus (Phalenus) of Zacynthus
Phanas of Pellene, stadion race winner 512 BC
Phanes of Halicarnassus
Phanes of Thebes
Phanias of Eresus
Phanias, poet
Phanias (Poseidonius)
Phanocles
Phanocritus
Phanodemus
Phanodicus
Phanomachus
Phanosthenes
Pharacidas
Pharax of Ephesus
Pharnaces I of Pontus
Phasis
Phayllus
Phayllus, brother of Onomarchus
Pheidias
Pheidolas of Corinth
Pheidon of Argos
Pherecrates, old Comedy
Pherecydes of Leros
Pherecydes of Syros
Pheretima (See Herodotus Book 4)
Phidippides or Philippides
Phila of Macedonia (wife of Craterus and Demetrius Poliorcetes)
Philaenis of Samos , erotic poetess
Philemon of Syracuse
Philetaerus
Philesius
Philetas of Cos
Philicus of Corcyra
Philinus of Athens
Philinus of Cos, stadion race winner 264 and 260 BC
Philip I Philadelphus
Philip II Φίλιππος Β'

Philip II Philoromaeus
Philip III (Arrhidaeus)
Philip IV of Macedon
Philip V of Macedon
Philippides of Athens
Philistion
Philistion of Locri
Philistus

Philo of Byblos
Philo of Larissa
Philochorus
Philocles
Philolaus
Philomelus
Philomelus of Pharsalus, stadion race winner 284 BC
Philon of Aeniania
Philon, architect
Philon of Byzantium
Philon of Chalcis
Philonides
Philopoemen "Last of the Hellenes", and Plutarch's Philopoemen
Philostratus
Philotas
Philotas of Macedonia
Philotas (satrap)
Philoxenus
Philoxenus (Indo Greek King)
Philoxenus (general)
Philyllius
Phintias (painter)
Phocides of Athens, wrestling winner 364 BC
Phocion
Phocylides
Phoebidas
Phoenix (sculptor)
Phoenix of Colophon
Phoenix of Tenedos
Phoenix of Thebes

Pholoe Painter
Phormio

Phormion of Ephesus

Phradmon
Phryne
Phrynichus
Phrynon of Athens, stadion race winner 636 BC

Phrynos Painter
Phthia of Epirus
Phya of Athens ,a double of the goddess Athena
Phylacidas of Aegina, Boy's Pancration, Pindar Isthmia 6 Ode
Phylarchus
Pindar (Πίνδαρος)

Pisticci Painter
Pistoxenos Painter
Pittacus of Mytilene
Plangon
Plato (Πλάτων), Timeline, Plato (Diogenes Laertius)
Plato (comic poet)
Plato of Bactria Greco-Bactrian King
Pleistarchus
Pleistoanax
Pleistonicus
Plotinus
Plutarch , Πλούταρχος

Plutarch of Eretria
Pnytagoras, King of Salamis
Polemarchus
Polemocles
Polemon
Polemon of Alexandria
Polemon of Athens (Platonic philosopher)
Polemon of Athens
Polemon of Petra, stadion race winner 21 AD
Polemon, son of Andromenes
Polemon, son of Megacles
Polemon, son of Theramenes
Poliochus
Polites of Ceramus, stadion race winner 69 AD

Polos Painter
Polus
Polus of Epidaurus, stadion race winner 712 BC
Polyaenus
Polyaenus of Lampsacus
Polybius , Πολύβιος
Polychares of Messenia, stadion race winner 764 BC
Polycles
Polycles of Cyrene, stadion race winner 348 BC (108th Olympiad)
Polycrates of Samos
Polydamas of Pharsalus
Polydamas of Skotoussa
Polydorus of Rhodes
Polygnotus
Polygnotos (vase painter)

Polygnotos and vase painting in classical Athens, Susan B. Matheson

Polykleitos (Polycleitus)
Polykleitos the Younger
Polymedes of Argos (See Kleobis and Biton)
Polymnastus of Cyrene, stadion race winner 456 BC
Polymnestus (Kenchramis)
Polyperchon
Polyphantas
Polyphron
Polystratus, Epicurean philosopher
Polystratus, poet
Polystratus of Ambracia
Polytimus
Polyxenidas
Polyxenus of Syracuse
Porus of Cyrene, stadion race winner 360 and 356 BC
Posidippus
Posidonius
Posidonius of Macedonia
Pratinas
Praxagoras of Cos
Praxilla of Sicyon

Praxiphanes
Praxiteles of Athens
Prepelaus
Priscus of Panium
Proclus
Prodicus of Ceos

Promathidas of Heracleia, Historian (Athenaios)

Prorus of Cyrene
Protogenes
Proxenus of Atarneus, an uncle and teacher of Aristoteles
Proxenus of Thebes
Psiax Painter
Ptolemy Apion
Ptolemy I Soter
Ptolemy II Philadelphus
Ptolemy III Euergetes
Ptolemy IV Philopator
Ptolemy V Epiphanes
Ptolemy VI
Ptolemy VII Neos Philopator
Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II
Ptolemy IX
Ptolemy X
Ptolemy XI
Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos Theos Philopator Theos Philadelphos
Ptolemy XIII
Ptolemy XIV
Ptolemy XV Philopator Philometor Caesar (Caesarion)
Ptolemy Keraunos
Ptolemy (nephew of Antigonus I Monophtalmus)
Ptolemy Claudius (Πτολεμαίος Κλαύδιος)
Ptolichus of Aegina

Pyrgoteles

Pyrilampes

Pyromachus

Pyrrhias of Aetolia, stadion race winner 200 BC
Pyrrho (Πύρρων)


Pyrrhus of Epirus (Πύρρος της Ηπείρου)

Pythagoras of Laconia, stadion race winner 716 BC

Pythagoras of Magnesia-on-Maeander, stadion race winner 300 and 296 BC

Pythagoras of Rhegium
Pythagoras of Samos (Πυθαγόρας ο Σάμιος) & Pythagoras (Diogenes Laertius)
Pytheas (Πυθέας ο Μασσαλιώτης )
Pythis / Pythius
Pythocles of Sicyon, stadion race winner 236 BC
Pythocritus of Rhodes
Pythostratus of Ephesus, stadion race winner 368 BC

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