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(tĭmō`thēəs), c.450–c.357 B.C., Greek poet and musician of Miletus. An innovator in music, he added a string to the kithara. Fragments of his dithyrambs and nomes remain. Euripides wrote the prologue for his Persae, a lyric nome.


fl. 4th cent. B.C., Greek sculptor of Athens, recorded as one of the sculptors who worked with Scopas on the Mausoleum at Halicarnassus. About 375 B.C., according to an inscription, he furnished models for sculptures on the temple of Asclepius at Epidaurus and executed acroteria (decorative figures placed above the pediments) for this building.


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d. c.100, early Christian, addressee of two books of the New Testament. The son of a Greek father and a Jewish mother, he was the friend and companion of St. Paul. He became first bishop of Ephesus and, according to tradition, was martyred there.
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The same thing holds good of Dithyrambs and Nomes; here too one may portray different types, as Timotheus and Philoxenus differed in representing their Cyclopes.
It is written that Timotheus the Athenian, after he had, in the account he gave to the state of his government, often interlaced this speech, and in this, Fortune had no part, never prospered in anything, he undertook afterwards.
Dryden in this ode, which was sung in 1697, pictures Timotheus, the famous Greek musician and poet, singing before Alexander, at a great feast which was held after the conquest of Persia.
As Timotheus sings he stirs at will his hearers' hearts to love, to pity, or to revenge.
Peter she called Pierre; Robert was Rubert {sic}; and her aunt's black footman Timothy, she had designated as Timotheus: but it was not usual for ladies to request gentlemen to perform menial offices--until, recollecting that Julia had expressed unusual solicitude concerning a dressing-box that contained Anna's letters, he at once supposed it was to that she wished him to attend.
The accused Robertos Ipinge, 33, Timotheus Kazera, 34, Daniel Hango, 28, and Gideon Gao-Naseb, 36, were all arrested Monday evening at Otjiwarongo after they were allegedly found with rhino horns near the Otjozondjupa Regional Council.
His son next in line then appealed hastily to opperhoofd Timotheus Wanjon in Kupang to recognise his rule, as he was worried that if a new ruler was not presented quickly the people would turn to the Portuguese.
Vermeulen, Timotheus & van der Akker, Robin .2010.
(26) What must remain undiscussed in this contribution is how Paul presents two of his coworkers, Epaphroditus and Timotheus; it can well be argued that he presents both as exempla of the kind of (masculine) identity that he thinks is desirable, or even required "in Christ."
The second and third parts of this paper articulate how Gare's account of grand narratives relates to the work of theorists of metamodernism such as Timotheus Vermeulen, Robin van den Akker, Seth Abramson, and Alexandra Dumitrescu.