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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 of Collytus, son of Ariston, 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 (Αισχ?νη?)
      Aeschines of Elis, stadion race winner 760 BC
      Aeschines Glaucias of Miletus, stadion race winner 17 AD

      Aeschines of Sphettus, son of Lysanias

      Aeschraeus

      Aeschrion of Samos (Αισχρ?ων ο Σ?μιο?)

      Aeschylides of Athens (Αισχυλ?δη?)

      Aeschylides of Ceos

      Aeschylus (Αισχ?λο?)
      Aeschylus of Cnidus
      Aeschylus of Rhodes

      Aesion, orator (contemporary of Demosthenes)

      Aeson, envoy to Lacedaemon, from Argos

      Aesop, ( Aisopos, Α?σωπο?, Α?σωπο? ),

      Aethlius

      Aetion of Amphipolis

      Affecter

      Agallis of Corcyra

      Agariste of Sicyon

      Agasias

      Agasicles

      Agasides

      Agatharchidas of Sparta

      Agatharchides (Αγαθαρχ?δη? )

      Agatharchus (Αγ?θαρχο?)

      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 ('Αγι? Α')
      Agis II ('Αγι? Β')
      Agis III ('Αγι? Γ' )
      Agis IV ('Αγι? 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 (Αλκα?ο?)

      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 (Αλκμ?ν)
      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) , Αλ?ξανδρο? ο Μ?γα?

      Alexander of Myndus
      Alexander of Pherae
      Alexander Polyhistor (Αλ?ξανδρο? ο Πολυ?στωρ)
      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 (?λεξι?)

      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 , (Ανακρ?ων)

      Anagyrus Painter

      Analatos Painter
      Anaxagoras (Αναξαγ?ρα? )
      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 (Αναξ?μανδρο? )
      Anaximenes (Αναξιμ?νη? )
      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 (Αντ?γονο? Α' Κ?κλωψ ? Μον?φθαλμο?)
      Antigonus II Gonatas (Αντ?γονο? Β’ Γονατ??)
      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 , Αντ?πατρο?

      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 (Αν?τη)
      Anytus
      Apellaeus of Elis, stadion race winner 540 BC
      Apellas
      Apelles (Απελλ??)

      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 (?ρατο? ο Σολε??)
      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 , Αρχ?λαο? 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 (Αρχ?δαμο? Α?)
      Archidamus II (Αρχ?δαμο? Β?)
      Archidamus III (Αρχ?δαμο? Γ?)
      Archidamus IV (Αρχ?δαμο? Δ?)
      Archidamus V
      Archigenes
      Archilochus (Αρχ?λοχο?)
      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 (Αριστοφ?νη?)
      Aristophanes of Byzantium
      Aristophon of Azenia
      Aristotle (Αριστοτ?λη? ο Σταγειρ?τη?) brother of Arimnestus and Arimneste.& Aristotle (Diogenes Laertius)
      Aristoxenus of Tarentum (Αριστ?ξενο? ο Ταραντ?νο?)
      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 (Αρτεμ?δωρο? ο Δαλδιαν?? ? Ονειροκριτικ?? )
      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 (Αυτ?λυκο? ο Πιτανα?ο?)
      Axionicus
      Axiothea of Phlius

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