Evagoras


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Evagoras

(ĭvăg`ərəs), d. c.374 B.C., despot of Cyprus. Exiled in his youth, he returned (411 B.C.) and made good his claim as ruler of Salamis. By 410 B.C. he had spread his control over the whole island. Friendly to Athens, he sought to bring Athenian culture to Cyprus, partly by giving refuge to exiled Athenians (notably Conon). Evagoras built a powerful fleet and with it harried the mainland (under Persian control). After the Peace of Antalcidas (386 B.C., see Corinthian WarCorinthian War
(395 B.C.–86 B.C.), armed conflict between Corinth, Argos, Thebes, and Athens on one side and Sparta on the other. Angered by Sparta's tyrannical overlordship in Greece after the Peloponnesian War, several Greek states took advantage of Sparta's involvement
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), he lost all Greek support and found himself alone in war with Persia. Artaxerxes IIArtaxerxes II,
d. 358 B.C., king of ancient Persia (404–358 B.C.), son and successor of Darius II. He is sometimes called in Greek Artaxerxes Mnemon [the thoughtful]. Early in his reign Cyrus the Younger attempted to assassinate him and seize the throne.
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 defeated him in 381 B.C. and destroyed his fleet. Given easy peace terms, Evagoras kept at least nominal rule of the island. Isocrates wrote an encomium of him.
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Periander the tyrant of Ambracia also lost his life by a conspiracy, for some improper liberties he took with a boy in his cups: and Philip was slain by Pausanias for neglecting to revenge him of the affront he had received from Attains; as was Amintas the Little by Darda, for insulting him on account of his age; and the eunuch by Evagoras the Cyprian in revenge for having taken his son's wife away from him .
The Archbishopric Square, Korais Street, Constantinos Paleologos Avenue, Stasinos Avenue -- from the junction with Boumpoulina Street until Eleftheria Square, Byron Avenue, Michalakis Karaolis Street and Evagoras Avenue.
Contractor address : Evagoras Pallikaride 72 Latsia T.
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At the edge of the municipal gardens is a statue of Evagoras Pallikarides, a young member of an anti-British nationalist group.
103 records that Miltiades' father, Kimon, won the four-horse chariot race at Olympia three times (532, 528, 524) with the same team of mares, a feat equalled by Evagoras.
Similarly, Baylis & Pierce (1992) found that male Jalmenus evagoras lost less mass from secretions for ants during the nonfeeding, prepupal instar.
The influence of ants on host plant selection by Jalmenus evagoras, a myrmecophilous lycaenid butterfly.
From Evagoras I to the Ptolemies: the transition from the Classical to the Hellenistic Period in Cyprus, Nicosia 29-30 November 2002.
I then prepared a full report for Gen, whom I put completely in the picture as regards the above, including the gist of the reports I had received from Evagoras, Polos, and Cicero *** and a copy of the report from the man in charge at Paphas.
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The Greek Cypriot EOKA fighters executed were Michail Karaoilis, Andreas Demetriou (May 10, 1956), Andreas Zakos, Iakovos Patatsos, Charilaos Michail (August 9, 1956) Michalis Koutsoftas, Stelios Mavrommatis, Andreas Panagides (September 21, 1956) and Evagoras Pallikarides (March 14, 1957).