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- Themison (Ancient Gr****: Θεμίσων) may refer to: Themison of Eretria, 4th-century BC tyrant of Eretria Themison of Laodicea, 1st-century BC Gr**** physician...
- Themison was a merchant of the island of Thera, who, according to the Cyrenaean accounts of the foundation of their city, was the instrument made use of...
- Themison of Laodicea (Gr****: Θεμίσων, gen. Θεμίσωνος; fl. 1st century BC) was the founder of the Methodic school of medicine, and one of the most eminent...
- Themison of Samos (Gr****: Θεμίσων) was a naval commander in the service of Antigonus Monophthalmus. He is first mentioned by Diodorus Siculus (Library...
- Themison (in Gr**** Θεμισων; lived 4th century BC) was a tyrant of Eretria who in 366 BC ****isted the exiles of Oropus in recovering possession of their...
- heminis quinque, haec decies subserve faciunt atque ita sinunt inveterare. Themison summus autor ****avit oxymel & hydromel. Est autem hydromel vinum ex aquae...
- Celsus, Pliny, Serenus Samonicus, Scribonius Largus, Caelius Aureli****, Themison, Octavius Horati****, Marcellus the Emperic; Gr****: Aretaeus, Plutarch...
- of Panathinaikos F.C. Mariza Koch, singer Spyros Markezinis, politician Themison of Thera The movie Summer Lovers (1982) was filmed on location here. The...
- Methodic school was founded by the students of Asclepiades. In particular, Themison of Laodicea, Asclepiades’ most distinguished student, is often credited...
- Thebes leaves the Peloponnesian League 379 Sparta occupies Thespiae 378 Themison overthrows Eretria 377 The Boeotian League is refounded by Thebes 376 Abdera...