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ARISTARCHOS: Greek name derived from the elements aristos "excellence" and arche "origin/source." It is a biblical name as well as the name of several historical figures: a companion of St. Paul; a Greek tragic poet; a Greek critic and grammarian; and a Greek astronomer and mathematician. It is also the name of an asteroid and a crater on the Moon.

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This an alphabetical list of ancient Greeks. These include ethnic Greeks and Greek language speakers from Greece and the Mediterranean world up to about 200 AD. Agariste of Sicyon, daughter of the tyrant of Sicyon, Cleisthenes. Agariste, daughter of Hippocrates, wife of Xanthippus, and mother of Pericles. Avaris – priest of Apollo (or Abaris ...

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45. Kyriakou – Is A Greek Cypriot Surname. 46. Laskaris – which means “A Kind Of Soldier” 47. Leos – Surname form Of ‘Leon’ 48. Levidis – which means “Son Of Levi” 49. Louis – derived from the given name Louis. 50. Loukanis – which means “Sausage” in Greek, Nickname For A Butcher Or Sausage Maker.

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The hoplite was an infantryman, the central element of warfare in Ancient Greece. The word hoplite (Greek ὁπλίτης, hoplitēs) derives from hoplon (ὅπλον, plural hopla, ὅπλα) meaning an item of armor or equipment, thus 'hoplite' may approximate to 'armored man'. Hoplites were the citizen-soldiers of the Ancient Greek City-states.

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Greek name generator . This name generator will generator 10 random Greek names and surnames. Greece is a country in Southern Europe with a population of about 11 million. It has an incredibly rich history and is considered the birthplace of democracy, Western drama, literature and philosophy, the Olympic Games, various scientific principles ...

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HOMER ‘Ομηρος m English, Ancient Greek (Anglicized) From the Greek name ‘Ομηρος (Homeros), derived from ‘ομηρος (homeros) meaning "hostage, pledge".Homer was the Greek epic poet who wrote the Iliad, about the Trojan War, and the Odyssey, about Odysseus's journey home after the war. There is some debate about when he lived, or if he was even a real person, though most ...

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Ancient Greek soldiers were called hoplites, which was derived from the name of their shield, the hoplon. The hoplon was a heavy shield that spanned about three feet in diameter and had a rounded shape designed for resting on their own shoulders. As a result of this design, the soldiers were able to form a wall with their shields.

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A crafty and capable warrior, Odysseus was the king of Ithaca. His exploits in the Trojan War were documented by Homer in the "Iliad" and further in the "Odyssey," which chronicled Odysseus' 10-year struggle to return home. During that time, Odysseus and his men faced numerous challenges, including being kidnapped by a cyclops, menaced by sirens, and finally shipwrecked.

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Greek soldiers name? Wiki User 2008-05-19 22:13:36. A hoplite. Related Questions. ... Uranus is the greek name and the only planet to actually have a greek name for a title. The roman name is also ...

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The ancient Greek military hierarchy ran parallel to the social structure or social hierarchy in ancient Greece. Like in the social structure of ancient Greece, aristocratic class got the higher positions in the military hierarchy also. People from aristocratic classes were placed on higher military ranks and people from lower classes served military from the lower ranks and were not eligible ...