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Berenice IV of Egypt
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Bion
Biton
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Dercyllidas
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Dienekes
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Aeschines

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Chares of Lindos

Chares of Mytilene

Charidemus

Chariton

Charmadas

Charon of Lampsacus

Charondas

Chilon

Chionides

Choerilus

Choerilus of Iasus

Choerilus of Samos

Chremonides

Christodorus

Chrysanthius

Chrysippus

Cimon

Cimon of Cleonae

Cineas

Cinesias

Cleandridas

Cleanthes

Clearchus of Rhegium

Clearchus of Soli

Clearchus of Sparta

Cleidemus

Cleinias

Cleisthenes

Cleisthenes of Sicyon

Cleitarchus

Cleitus

Clement of Alexandria

Cleombrotus I

Cleomedes

Cleomenes I

Cleomenes II

Cleomenes III

Cleomenes of Naucratis

Cleon

Cleonides

Cleonymus

Cleopatra I of Egypt

Cleopatra II of Egypt

Cleopatra III of Egypt

Cleopatra IV of Egypt

Cleopatra Thea

Cleopatra V of Egypt

Cleopatra V of Egypt

Cleopatra VI of Egypt

Cleopatra VII of Egypt

Cleophon

Clitomachus (philosopher)

Colaeus

Colluthus

Colotes

Conon

Conon (mythographer)

Conon of Samos

Corinna

Cosmas Indicopleustes

Crantor

Craterus of Macedon

Crates of Mallus

Crates of Thebes

Cratippus

Cresilas

Critias

Critius

Crito

Critolaus

Croesus

Ctesias

Ctesibius

Cylon

Cynaethus

Cynegeirus

Cynisca

Cypselus

Damascius

Damasias

Damastes

Damocles

Damon of Athens

Damophon

Dares of Phrygia

Deinocrates

Demades

Demaratus

Demetrius I of Bactria

Demetrius I of Syria

Demetrius I Poliorcetes

Demetrius II

Demetrius II of Macedon

Demetrius II of Syria

Demetrius III Eucaerus

Demetrius III Eucaerus

Demetrius of Alopece

Demetrius of Magnesia

Demetrius of Pharos

Demetrius of Scepsis

Demetrius Phalereus

Demetrius the Cynic

Demetrius the Fair

Democedes

Democritus

Demonax

Demonax (lawmaker)

Demosthenes

Demosthenes (general)

Dercyllidas

Dexippus

Diagoras

Diagoras of Rhodes

Dicaearchus

Dictys Cretensis

Didymus Chalcenterus

Didymus the Blind

Didymus the Musician

Dienekes

Dinarchus

Dinocrates

Dinon

Dio Chrysostom

Diocles

Diocles of Carystus

Diocles of Magnesia

Diodorus Cronus

Diodorus Siculus

Diodotus II

Diodotus of Bactria

Diodotus the Stoic

Diodotus Tryphon

Diogenes Apolloniates

Diogenes Laertius

Diogenes of Babylon

Diogenes of Oenoanda

Diogenes of Sinope

Diogenes of Tarsus

Diogenianus

Diomedes

Dion

Dionysius Chalcus

Dionysius of Byzantium

Dionysius of Halicarnassus

Dionysius of Heraclea

Dionysius of Phocaea

Dionysius of Syracuse

Dionysius Periegetes

Dionysius the Areopagite

Diophantus

Dios

Dioscorides

Diotimus

Diphilus

Dorotheus

Dorotheus of Sidon

Dositheus

Draco

Dracon

Duris

Echecrates

Ecphantus

Empedocles

Epaminondas

Ephialtes

Ephialtes of Trachis

Ephippus

Ephorus

Epicharmus of Kos

Epicrates

Epictetus

Epicurus

Epigenes

Epilycus

Epimenides

Epiphanius of Salamis

Epitadeus

Erasistratus

Eratosthenes

Erinna

Eubulides of Miletus

Eubulus (statesman)

Eucleidas

Eucleides

Euclid

Eucratides

Euctemon

Eudamidas I

Eudemus

Eudemus of Rhodes

Eudorus of Alexandria

Eudoxus of Cnidus

Eudoxus of Cyzicus

Euenus

Eugammon

Euhemerus

Eumenes I

Eumenes II

Eumenes of Cardia

Eumenius

Eumolpidae

Eunapius

Eunomus

Euphantus

Euphemus

Euphorion

Euphranor

Euphronius

Eupolis

Euripides

Eurybatus

Eurybiades

Eurycrates

Eurycratides

Eurylochus

Eurymedon

Eurypon

Eurysthenes

Eusebius of Caesarea

Euthydemus

Euthydemus I

Euthydemus II

Euthymides

Eutychides

Evagoras

Execias

Galen

Gelo

Glaphyra - hetaera

Glaucus of Chios

Gorgias

Gorgidas

Gregory Nazianzus

Gregory of Nyssa

Gylippus

Hagnon

Hagnothemis

Harmodius and Aristogeiton

Harpalus

Hecataeus of Abdera

Hecataeus of Miletus

Hecato of Rhodes

Hecatomnus

Hedylus

Hegemon of Thasos

Hegesander

Hegesias of Cyrene

Hegesias of Magnesia

Hegesippus

Hegesistratus

Heliocles

Heliodorus

Hellanicus

Hellanicus of Lesbos

Hephaestion

Hephaistio of Thebes

Heracleides

Heraclides Ponticus

Heraclitus

Hermaeus

Hermagoras

Hermias (philosopher)

Hermias of Atarneus

Hermippus

Hermocrates

Hero of Alexandria

Herodotus

Herophilus

Herostratus

Hesiod

Hesychius of Alexandria

Hicetas

Hiero I of Syracuse

Hiero II of Syracuse

Hierocles of Alexandria

Hippalus

Hipparchus

Hipparchus (son of Pisistratus)

Hippias

Hippias (son of Pisistratus)

Hippocleides

Hippocrates

Hippodamus

Hipponax

Hipponicus

Histiaeus

Homer

Hypatia of Alexandria

Hyperbolus

Hypereides

Hypsicles

Iamblichus (philosopher)

Iambulus

Iasus

Ibycus

Ictinus

Ion of Chios

Iophon

Iphicrates

Irenaeus

Isaeus

Isagoras

Isidore of Alexandria

Isidorus of Miletus

Isocrates

Isyllus

Jason of Pherae

John Chrysostom

Karanus of Macedon

Karkinos

Kerykes

King Nicias

Koinos of Macedon

Lacedaimonius

Laches

Lacydes

Lais of Corinth

Lais of Hyccara

Lamachus

Lamprocles

Lasus of Hermione

Leochares

Leon

Leonidas I

Leonidas II

Leonnatus

Leosthenes

Leotychides

Lesbonax

Lesches

Leucippus

Libanius

Livius Andronicus

Lobon

Longinus

Longus

Lucian

Lycophron

Lycortas

Lycurgus

Lycurgus of Arcadia

Lycurgus of Athens

Lycurgus of Nemea

Lycurgus of Sparta

Lycurgus of Thrace

Lycus

Lydiadas

Lysander

Lysanias

Lysias

Lysimachus

Lysippus

Lysis

Lysistratus

Machaon

Machon

Marcellinus

Marcellus of Side

Marinus

Marsyas of Pella

Maximus of Smyrna

Megacles

Megasthenes

Meidias

Melanippides

Melanthius

Melas

Meleager of Gadara

Melesagoras of Chalcedon

Meletus

Melissus of Samos

Memnon of Rhodes

Menaechmus

Menander

Menander of Ephesus

Menander of Laodicea

Menander the Just

Menecrates of Ephesus

Menedemus (Cynic)

Menedemus of Eretria

Menelaus of Alexandria

Menexenus

Menippus

Meno

Menodotus of Nicomedia

Mentor of Rhodes

Metagenes

Meton

Metrodorus

Metrodorus of Chios

Metrodorus of Lampsacus (the elder)

Metrodorus of Lampsacus (the younger)

Metrodorus of Scepsis

Metrodorus of Stratonicea

Micon

Milo of Croton

Miltiades

Mimnermus

Mindarus

Mnaseas

Mnesicles

Moeris

Moschion (physician)

Moschion (tragic poet)

Moschus

Musaeus

Myia

Myron

Myronides

Myrtilus

Myrtis

Nabis

Nearchus

Nicander

Nicarchus

Nicias

Nicocreon

Nicomachus

Nicomachus of Thebes

Nicomedes I of Bithynia

Nicomedes II of Bithynia

Nicomedes III of Bithynia

Nicomedes IV of Bithynia

Olympias

Olympiodorus of Thebes

Onomacritus

Orestes of Macedon

Origen

Paeonius

Pagondas

Palladas

Pamphilus

Panaetius of Rhodes

Pantaleon

Parmenides

Parmenion

Parrhasius

Paulus Aegineta

Paulus Alexandrinus

Pausanias

Pausanias of Macedon

Pausanias of Sparta

Pedanius Dioscorides

Peisander

Pelopidas

Perdiccas I of Macedon

Perdiccas II of Macedon

Perdiccas III of Macedon

Periander

Pericles

Perseus

Perseus of Macedon

Phaedo of Elis

Phalaris

Pherecydes of Leros

Pherecydes of Syros

Phidias

Phidippides

Philetaerus

Philip I Philadelphus

Philip II of Macedon

Philip II Philoromaeus

Philip III of Macedon

Philip IV of Macedon

Philip V of Macedon

Philistus

Philitas of Cos

Philo

Philochorus

Philolaus

Philoxenos of Eretria

Philoxenus

Phocion

Phocylides

Phormio

Phryne

Phrynichus

Pigres of Halicarnassus

Pindar

Pisistratus

Pittacus of Mytilene

Plato

Pleistarchus

Pleistoanax

Plotinus

Plutarch

Polemo

Polybius

Polycarp

Polycrates

Polydectes

Polydorus

Polygnotus

Polykleitos

Polykleitos

Polyperchon

Porphyry

Posidippus

Posidonius

Pratinas

Praxilla

Praxiteles

Procles

Proclus

Prodicus

Protagoras

Proteas

Prusias I of Bithynia

Prusias II of Bithynia

Prytanis

Ptolemy

Ptolemy I of Egypt

Ptolemy I of Macedon

Ptolemy II of Egypt

Ptolemy III of Egypt

Ptolemy IV of Egypt

Ptolemy IX of Egypt

Ptolemy Philadelphus

Ptolemy V of Egypt

Ptolemy VI of Egypt

Ptolemy VII of Egypt

Ptolemy VIII of Egypt

Ptolemy X of Egypt

Ptolemy XI of Egypt

Ptolemy XII of Egypt

Ptolemy XIII of Egypt

Ptolemy XIV of Egypt

Pyrrho

Pyrrhus of Epirus

Pythagoras

Pytheas

Rhianus

Sappho

Satyros

Satyrus

Scopas

Scopas of Aetolia

Scylax of Caryanda

Seleucus I Nicator

Seleucus II Callinicus

Seleucus III Ceraunus

Seleucus IV Philopator

Seleucus V Philometor

Seleucus VI Epiphanes

Seleucus VII Kybiosaktes

Sextus Empiricus

Simmias

Simonides of Amorgos

Simonides of Ceos

Socrates

Socrates Scholasticus

Solon

Soos

Sophocles

Sophytes

Sosicles (statesman)

Sosigenes

Sosthenes of Macedon

Sostratus

Spartacus

Speusippus

Sporus of Nicaea

Stesichorus

Stesimbrotus

Stilpo

Stobaeus

Strabo

Strato of Lampsacus

Straton of Sardis

Teleclus

Terence

Terpander

Thais

Thales

Thallus

Theagenes of Megara

Theagenes of Rhegium

Theages

Theano

Themistocles

Theocritus

Theodectes

Theodorus of Cyrene

Theodorus of Gadara

Theodorus of Samos

Theodotus of Byzantium

Theognis of Megara

Theon of Alexandria

Theon of Smyrna

Theophilus

Theophrastus

Theopompus

Theopompus

Theramenes

Theron

Thespus

Thessalus

Thibron

Thrasybulus

Thrasyllus

Thrasymachus

Thucydides

Thucydides

Timaeus of Locres

Timaeus of Tauromenium

Timagenes

Timanthes

Timocharis

Timoclea

Timocrates

Timocreon

Timoleon

Timon of Phlius

Timotheus (sculptor)

Timotheus of Athens

Timotheus of Miletus

Triphiodorus or Tryphiodorus

Tyrimmas of Macedon

Tyrtaeus

Ulysses

Xanthippe

Xanthippus

Xenarchus

Xenocles

Xenocrates

Xenocrates of Aphrodisias

Xenophanes

Xenophilus

Xenophon

Xenophon of Ephesus

Zaleucus

Zeno of Citium

Zeno of Elea

Zeno of Sidon

Zenobius

Zenodorus

Zenodotus

Zeuxidamas

Zeuxis and Parrhasius

Zoilus

Zosimas



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