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- the brother of Agamemnon; an ancient king of Sparta
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also, the [behaviour] of Menelaus to Paris the son of Pria
each for its own mate, just as Menelaus fought for his wif
of Patroclus when he compares Menelaus to the bird [Il.
another over a bone, just like Menelaus and Paris over Hel
aughter of Zeus (because Menelaus entrusted her to him whi
has represented Menelaus explaining to Telemachus and
being dragged along by Menelaus and was being throttled
on him, since he saved Menelaus who came with Odysseus
Canobus, the helmsman of Menelaus, encountered in Egypt
Helen, which had been given by Menelaus. For the god had
he makes him wounded by Menelaus in the belly, as Demetri
] that Athena inspired Menelaus, so vigorous and fearles
And the same poet represents Menelaus as saying [Od_4.178 ] -
concubine as living with Menelaus, though he has given wiv
the present. For Menelaus himself, though said by Homer
. . . as Menelaus of Sparta possessed a certain
who lived in the time of Menelaus (who was during the Troj
this time] Agamemnon and Menelaus the Mycenaeans sailed
the woes of Paris and Menelaus, having at home plenty
it is said, from Menelaus's helmsman Canopus. The second,
represents the palace of Menelaus as resplendent with gold,
Heliopolis an obsidian statue of Menelaus which he found included in
same time I admire his Menelaus, who spoke "Few words,
he found there. Menelaus, in one of his tragedies of
with the Thessalians.  & Menelaus. While Menelaus
sad, Ulysses sorrowful, and Menelaus lamenting; then by wrapping
16.20 ] & and & Nor you, Menelaus [ Iliad 4.127 ] Followin
- the brother of Ptolemy I of Egypt
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out Myrmidon, Polycleitus, Menelaus, and Seleucus to attack Antigon
Demetrius defeats Menelaus and begins to besiege Salamis.
ius takes control of Cyprus, but allows Menelaus to escape to Egypt.
And Leonnatus and Menelaus, who were very fond of hunting
Ptolemy, his brother Menelaus, and his friends, with
met in battle with Menelaus, brother to Ptolemy, and
hips, and he had ordered Menelaus, with 60 more, to come
ossessed and defended by Menelaus, a general of Ptolemy
- a friend of Lysimachus
ends were Peucestes, and Menelaus, and Oxythemis." But whe
- Jewish high priest from 171 to 163 B.C.
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Onias (also known as Menelaus) becomes the Jewish high priest.
Menelaus persuades the regent Andronicus to murder Onias at Daphne.
Lysimachus the brother of Menelaus is killed in a riot at Jerusalem.
Jason attacks Menelaus, who appeals for help to Antiochus.
The Jewish high priest Menelaus is put to death by Antiochus.
three years Jason sent Menelaus, the brother of the prev
city was being taken, Menelaus took refuge in the citad
good health. 29 Menelaus has informed us that you wish
armed with scythes. Menelaus also joined them and wit
ias, who was also called Menelaus, became the 15th high
years. 15. Onias, also called Menelaus, for 7 years. 16.
years. 15. Onias, also called Menelaus, was high priest
sus for 6 years, another Onias for 7 years, and Jannaeus
out he installed Onias, called Menelaus, as his successor.
for 3 years. After Menelaus the high priest of the Jews,
Joseph:AJ_* 12.238-240 *
her, whose name also was Onias; for Simon had these three
Joseph:AJ_* 12.383-387 *
est, who was also called Menelaus;  for Lysias advise
of his army, deprived Onias, who was also called Menela
of Marathus - a greek rhetorician, 2nd century B.C.
art of it, for employing Menelaus of Marathon, and several
- an Alexandrian envoy, 1st century B.C.
tants of Alexandria sent Menelaus and Lampon and Callimand
- the father of Amyntas III of Macedonia
myntas, the son of his brother Menelaus. This prince was
- the son of Amyntas III of Macedonia
ygaea Archelaus, Aridaeus, and Menelaus. Subsequently he
- in documents
(c. 160) lon Nikanor son of Chytron Menelaos son of Aleximac
(Early 2nd cent.) om Senesis daughter of Menelaus, inhabitant of Oxyr
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