Attalid a member of a Hellenistic dynasty named after Attalus I (reigned 241–197 bc), which flourished in the 3rd and 2nd centuries bc. The Attalid kings established their capital, Pergamum, as a leading cultural centre of the Greek world.
More From encyclopedia.com
Teucer , Teucer in Greek mythology, the legendary ancestor of the Trojan kings through his daughter, the wife of Dardanus. Teucer is also the name of the son… Greek Americans , ETHNONYMS: Hellenic Americans, Cypriot Americans, Diaspora Greeks, Helleno Amerikanoi Orientation Identification and Location. As the group appellati… Greek , Greek all Greek to me completely unintelligible. Greek for unintelligible language or gibberish is recorded from the late 16th century, as in Shakesp… Greek Language , Greek language, member of the Indo-European family of languages (see Indo-European). It is the language of one of the major civilizations of the worl… Amphictyony , Greece, Gr. Hellas or Ellas, officially Hellenic Republic, republic (2005 est. pop. 10,668,000), 50,944 sq mi (131,945 sq km), SE Europe. It occupies… Agamemnon , Nationality/Culture Pronunciation ag-uh-MEM-non Alternate Names Appears In Ovid's Metamorphoses, Hyginus's Fabulae Lineage Son of Atreus and Aerope,…
About this article
Updated About encyclopedia.com content Print Article
You Might Also Like