Definition of Pancratiast. Meaning of Pancratiast. Synonyms of Pancratiast

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Definition of Pancratiast

Pancratiast
Pancratiast Pan*cra"ti*ast, n. One who engaged in the contests of the pancratium.

Meaning of Pancratiast from wikipedia

- Pankration (/pænˈkreɪtiɒn, -ˈkreɪʃən/; Gr****: παγκράτιον) was a sporting event introduced into the Gr**** Olympic Games in 648 BC and was an empty-hand...
- BC), king of Sidon Straton of Alexandria, ancient Gr**** wrestler and pancratiast (fl. c. 68/64 BC) Straton of Alexandria, ancient Gr**** runner (fl. c...
- pancration; and the historian Pausanias informs us that Antiochus, the pancratiast, was a native of Lepreum, and that he won in this contest once in the...
- of upper Figaleia stands, was the agora, adorned with a statue of the pancratiast Arrachion, who lost his life in the Olympic games, and with the sepulchre...
- in Dodona, c. 215–210 BC. Simakos (son of Phalakrion) 2nd century BC Pancratiast, Epidauria (fined 1000 staters, along with other two athletes). Demetrios...
- Daughters of Proetus The Flute-Lover The Men From Epidaurus Neoptolemus The Pancratiast The Physician Those Traveling Abroad Women From Boeotia The Suda lists...
- Olympics 296 BC Simacus (son of Phalacrion) Thesprotian 3rd-2nd century BC Pancratiast, Epidauria (fined) Alcemachus (son of Charops) Diaulos (~400-metre race)...
- after her death: the Bajnotti Memorial Fountain in Burnside Park, the Pancratiast Statue in Roger Williams Park, and Carrie Tower, the clock tower at Brown...
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