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Olympias (Graece: Ὀλυμπιάς; nata circa annum 375 a.C.n. in Epiro; necata anno 316 a.C.n. Pydnae in Macedonia) fuit princeps femina gentis Molossorum. Filia fuit Neoptolemi regis Epiri.[1] Circa annum 357 a.C.n. Philippo II, Macedonum regi, nupsit et Alexandrum Magnum peperit.

Wikidata Olympias (Epirota)
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Olympias (Epirota): imago
Olympias (Epirota): imago
Nativitas: 375 a.C.n.; Passaron
Obitus: 316 a.C.n.; Pydna
Patria: Macedonia

Familia

Genitores: Neoptolemus I of Epirus;
Coniunx: Philippus II
Proles: Alexander Magnus, Cleopatra (Philippi II filia)
Familia: list of the kings of Ancient Epirus
Iuppiter Olympiadem seducit. Parietum pictura a Iulio Romano inter annos 1526-1534 Mantuae (in Palazzo del Te) confecta.

Fontes principales sunt Diodorus Siculus et Marcus Iunianus Iustinus nec non Vita Alexandri a Plutarcho conscripta.

  1. Diodorus 19,51,5; Iustinus 7,6,10; 17,3,14.

Bibliographia

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  • Andreas Alföldi et Elisabeth Alföldi-Rösenbaum: Die Kontorniat-Medaillons. 2 Vol. Berolini 1976 et 1990. ISBN 3-11-003484-0 et ISBN 3-11-011905-6.
  • "Olympias" in Helmut Berve, Das Alexanderreich auf prosopographischer Grundlage (Monaci: Beck, 1926) no. 581, vol. 2 pp. 283-288
  • Elizabeth D. Carney, "Olympias". In: Ancient Society. 1987, p.35–62 JSTOR
  • Elizabeth D. Carney, "The Politics of Polygamy: Olympias, Alexander and the Murder of Philip" in Historia vol. 41 (1992) pp. 169-189 JSTOR; reimpressum cum additamentis in E. D. Carney, King and court in ancient Macedonia (Swansea: Classical Press of Wales, 2015) pp. 167-190
  • Elizabeth D. Carney, Women and Monarchy in Macedonia. Norman: University of Oklahoma Press, 2000
  • Elizabeth D. Carney, Olympias, Mother of Alexander the Great. Londinii: Routledge, 2006
  • Elizabeth D. Carney, "Transitional royal women: Kleopatra, sister of Alexander the Great, Adea Eurydike, and Phila" in Elizabeth D. Carney, Sabine Müller, edd., The Routledge companion to women and monarchy in the ancient Mediterranean world (Londinii: Routledge, 2021) pp. 321-332
  • Maurice Céhab: Mosaïques du Liban In: Bulletin du Musée de Beyrouth (Parisiis, 1958-59)
  • W. Heckel, "Philip and Olympias (337/6 B.C.)" in Classical Contributions: Studies in Honour of M.F. McGregor (Locust Valley, 1981) pp. 51-57
  • Werner Huß: Ägypten in hellenistischer Zeit 332–30 v. Chr. Monaci 2001, p. 129-138. ISBN 3-406-47154-4
  • Siegfried Lauffer: Alexander der Große. 3a ed. Monaci 1993, p. 21-25; 35ss.; 39s.; 57; 89; 176.
  • G.H. Macurdy, Hellenistic Queens. Baltimorae, 1932
  • Sabine Müller, recensio operis Carney (2006) in Gnomon vol. 80 (2008) pp. 521-526 JSTOR
  • Sabine Müller, "Argead women" in Elizabeth D. Carney, Sabine Müller, edd., The Routledge companion to women and monarchy in the ancient Mediterranean world (Londinii: Routledge, 2021) pp. 294-306
  • Daniel Ogden, Polygamy, prostitutes and death: the Hellenistic dynasties (Londinii: Duckworth, 1999) pp. 17-29 et alibi
  • D. J. A. Ross: Olympias and the Serpent In: Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes, Vol. 26 (1963)
  • Reinhold Schneider, "Olympias, die Mutter Alexanders des Großen" in Gymnasium zu Zwickau: Jahresbericht (1884/1885)
  • Hermann Strasburger: "Olympias (5)". In: Paulys Real-Enzyklopädie der classischen Altertumswissenschaft edd. G. Wissowa et alii (Stuttgart, 1893-1972 ~ ~). Vol. XVIII,1, Stuttgardiae 1939, Col. 177–182.

Nexus externi

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