Cimon


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Cimon

(ˈsaɪmən)
n
(Biography) died 449 bc, Athenian military and naval commander: defeated the Persians at Eurymedon (?466)
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The heroes of ancient and modern fame, Cimon, Themistocles, Alcibiades, Alexander, Caesar, have treated life and fortune as a game to be well and skilfully played, but the stake not to be so valued but that any time it could be held as a trifle light as air, and thrown up.
El mismo Herodoto dice que Milciades recluto a aquellos atenienses que deseaban participar, lo que habla de una propaganda <<publica>> y una actuacion de este personaje en la Atenas gobernada por Pisistrato en estos momentos y por tanto quizas de una aquiescencia por parte del tirano (41), circunstancia que posiblemente luego aprovecharia; el hecho de que Herodoto diga que los Pisistratidas mas tarde mandaron a Milciades hijo de Cimon (6.
Group Tuesday's Knowledge of the Expelled consists of ten explanatory wall texts or museum tags for historical paintings, not shown, that depict variations on the Roman Charity story, in which Pero clandestinely breastfeeds her imprisoned father, Cimon, in order to save his life.
Cimon, de Baie Saint-Paul, y expose des pieces d'inspiration traditionnelle de par leurs tissus et leurs motifs, mais plutot de derniere tendance de par leur coupe.
Cimon Fenton and Jason Duke and Steve Rice and Mick Wright shared third place with 65, while Barry Stevens and James Danks and Dave Evans and Will Suart scored 67.
A semejanza tambien de la magnificencia de la obra helenica calificada desde la epoca de Cimon de Cleona hasta la de Pericles, la mansion de Durazo lleva mucho tiempo en construccion: se empezo a trazar hace cuatro anos.
But in general, the literature suggests few mortalities as a direct result of fire (see reviews by Cimon and Maisonneuve 1990, Child 1998).
His relationship to Cimon through his marriage to Cimon's sister Elpinice testifies to his political significance (Plut.
Cimon declare: <<car, il ne faut pas l'oublier, le rapport Martin est categorique: la situation de l'habitat malsain est critique et exige la reconstruction rapide de quartiers entiers de la capitale provinciale>> (J.
The only Athenians to be exempted from his wrathful censure were the less than conspicuously democratic Aristides and Cimon, commended for their 'wise moderation.
For example, writing in the Athenian Constitution, he(38) says that Cimon "maintained many of his fellow-demesmen, for any man of Laciadae who wished could go to him each day and obtain his basic needs, and all his land was unfenced, so that anyone that wished could enjoy the fruit.
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