(/məˈnændər/; Gr****: Μένανδρος Menandros; c. 342/41 – c. 290 BC) was a Gr**** dramatist
and the best-known representative
(Ancient Gr****: Μένανδρος Αʹ ὁ Σωτήρ, Ménandros Aʹ ho Sōtḗr, "Menander
I the Saviour"; known
as Milinda) was an...
(Gr****: Μένανδρος Β΄ ὁ Δίκαιος; epithet means
"the Just") was an Indo-Gr**** King who ruled
in the areas
- Menander Rhetor
(Gr****: Μένανδρος Ῥήτωρ), also known
(Gr****: Μένανδρος ὁ Λαοδικεύς), was a Gr**** rhetorician
- Gr**** dramatist Menander
the Great Menander
I, Indo-Gr**** king Menander
II, Indo-Gr**** king Menander
of Laodicea, Gr****...
- Menander Protector
the Guardsman, Menander
the Byzantian; Gr****: Μένανδρος Προτήκτωρ or Προτέκτωρ), Byzantine
historian, was born in Constantinople...
- north-western Indian
Subcontinent. The most famous
(Milinda). He had his capital
in the Punjab
(Gr****: Μένανδρος) was a first-century CE Samaritan gnostic
and magician. He belonged
to the school
of the Simonians, becoming
- New Comedy
is known primarily
from the substantial papyrus fragments
. The philosopher Aristotle wrote
in his Poetics
(c. 335 BC) that comedy...
- a dialogue between
sage Nāgasena, and the Indo-Gr**** king Menander
I (Pali: Milinda) of Bactria, who reigned
in the 2nd century
BCE. The Milinda...