- ['atəlɪd]noun a member of a Hellenistic dynasty named after Attalus I (reigned 241–197 BC), which flourished in the 3rd and 2nd centuries BC.
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Attalid — /at l id/, n., pl. Attalids, Attalidae /euh tal i dee /. any of a line of kings, usually named Attalus or Eumenes, that ruled Pergamum, in Asia Minor, 282 133 B.C. [presumably after Attalus ( < Gk Áttalos), father of Philetaerus (d. 263 B.C.),… … Universalium
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Attalid dynasty — The Attalid dynasty was a Hellenistic dynasty that ruled the city of Pergamon after the death of Lysimachus, a general of Alexander the Great. The Attalid kingdom was the rump state left after the collapse of the Lysimachian Empire. One of… … Wikipedia
List of ancient Greeks — This an alphabetical list of ancient Greeks. These include ethnic Greeks and Greek language speakers from Greece and the Mediterranean world up to about 200 AD. compactTOCRelated articles NOTOC A*Acacius of Caesarea bishop of Caesarea… … Wikipedia
Pergamum — Pergamene /perr geuh meen /, Pergamic /peuhr gam ik/, adj. Pergamenian, adj., n. /perr geuh meuhm/, n. 1. an ancient Greek kingdom on the coast of Asia Minor: later a Roman province. 2. the ancient capital of this kingdom; now the site of Bergama … Universalium
Hellenistic period — This article focuses on the historical aspects of the Hellenistic age; for the cultural aspects see Hellenistic civilisation. The Hellenistic period describes the era which followed the conquests of Alexander the Great. During this time, Greek… … Wikipedia
Philetaerus — (Greek: polytonic|Φιλέταιρος, Philétairos , ca. 343 BC ndash;263 BC) was the founder of the Attalid dynasty of Pergamon in Anatolia.He was born in Tieium (Greek: Tieion ), [Strabo, [http://www.perseus.tufts.edu/cgi bin/ptext?lookup=Strab.+12.3.8… … Wikipedia
Pergamon Altar — The Great Altar of Pergamon, a massive stone podium about one hundred feet long and thirty five feet high, was originally built in the 2nd century BCE in the Ancient Greek city of Pergamon (modern day Bergama in Turkey) in north western Anatolia … Wikipedia
Attalus I — ( el. polytonic|Ἄτταλος), surnamed Soter ( el. polytonic|Σωτὴρ, Savior ; 269 BC ndash; 197 BC) [Livy, [http://mcadams.posc.mu.edu/txt/ah/Livy/Livy33.html 33.21–22] , says that Attalus died in the consulship of Cornelius and Minucius (197 BC) at… … Wikipedia