Cleitias names Odysseus, Automedon, Damasippus, Hippothoon, and Diomedes as the five competitors and omits Homer's Eumelus, Menelaus, Antilochus, and Meriones.
Homer's Locrian Ajax, who watches the race and thinks victory will go to Eumelus (who actually comes in last), gets upset with what his companion Idomeneus' eyes identify: the impending victory of the Aetolian born Diomedes.
It is unique in Anatolia as the home to many gladiator gravestones, including famous fighters such as Droseros, who was killed by Akhilleus, as well as Vitalius, Eumelus
, Amaraios, Khrysopteros and Khrysos.
of Bosporus (310/309-304/303 BC) once suppressed their piracy and they destroyed Hellenistic Pityus (not identical with Roman Pityus) at some undetermined date.
72) Diogenes again on this score embraced a tradition unfavorable to Aristotle: he cites Eumelus
, Book Five of the Histories, on Aristotle's death by suicide (V.
The Periclean law was reinstated as part of the democratic restoration of 403 (Athenaeus 577B-C and Eumelus
, FGrH 77 F 2) and reinforced by subsequent legislation banning "mixed" marriages ([Demosthenes] 59.
In the chariot race, when the competitors were completing the final stage ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) back to the sea, then the skill of the drivers became apparent and at once ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) the horses ran at full stretch; then ([GREEK TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII]) the team of Eumelus
quickly got in front .
Little master Spankie's rendition of the role of Alcestis' son Eumelus
was accomplished `with the most captivating artlessness.
Indeed, Archilochus' date is used as a focal point for a number of chronological comparisons in this paragraph - not only with Semonides and Callinus, but also with Terpander and Eumelus
Again, on Antilochus urging Achilles to make a special prize for Eumelus
so as to earn the praise of the army (23.