PHILOPOEMEN


PHILOPOEMEN
PHILOPOEMEN
Megalopolitanus, Dux Achaeorum praestantissimus, Lacedaemonios, et Messenios multis cladibus afflixit. Fortis et eruditus, Graecorum ultimus. Fuerat discipulus Ecdemi et Diophanti Philosophi. Primum sortitudinis specimen edidit in ex pugnatione Patriae, quam Cleomenes Spartanorum Rex occupaverat. Dein Antigonum Tutorem, Achaeorum hyperaspistem sequutus, in Sparta occupanda, utliem ei navavit operam: Victor postea prope Messenam, in Peloponneso, contra Aetolos, Romanorum foederatos. Paulo post, prope Mantincam, Machinidam tyrannum Lacedaemoniorum in pugna interemit. A Nabide huius successore mari victus, mox terrâ refudit cladem: cum illô superatô Spartam captam moenibus nudavit, abrogatisque Lycurgi legibus Spartanos Achaeis subiecit. Captus Olymp. 149. a Democrate Messeniorum tyranno, neci datus est. Plutarchus, in eius vita. Polyb. Liv. l. 35. c. 25. 27. etc.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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