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General Crossword Questions for “pericles”

  • Play - Prince of Tyre
  • Athenian leader - Prince of Tyre
  • Ancient Athenian leader — prince of Tyre
  • Unusually precise about line for title role
  • Page 2 boys in 14


  • Pericles (Greek: Περικλῆς, Periklēs, "Surrounded by Glory"; c. 495 – 429 BC) was a prominent and influential statesman, orator, and general of Athens during the city's Golden Age—specifically, the time between the Persian and Peloponnesian wars. — “Pericles - Wikipedia”,
  • For other uses, see Pericles (disambiguation). Richard Pelzman as Simonides, Colleen Delany as Thaisa and Ryan Artzberger as Pericles in the Shakespeare Theatre Company's 2007 production of Pericles directed by Mary Zimmerman. Pericles, Prince of Tyre is a Jacobean play written at least in part. — “Pericles, Prince of Tyre - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
  • With its enemies under its feet and its political fortunes guided by legendary statesman and orator Pericles, Athens produced some of the most influential and enduring cultural artifacts of the Western tradition. Pericles and his mistress Aspasia associated with and had not only. — “Fifth Century Athens - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,


  • The first shock of suggestion past, he could remember that he had no certainty how things really had been, and that he had been making conjectures about his own history, as he had often made stories about Pericles or Columbus, just to fill up the blanks before they became famous. — “Daniel Deronda” by George Eliot
  • The Lacedaemonians themselves, who were so religious observers of the laws of their country, being straitened by one of their own edicts, by which it was expressly forbidden to choose the same man twice to be admiral; and on the other side, their affairs necessarily requiring, that Lysander should again take upon him that command, they made one Aratus admiral; 'tis true, but withal, Lysander went general of the navy; and, by the same subtlety, one of their ambassadors being sent to the Athenians to obtain the revocation of some decree, and Pericles remonstrating to him, that it was forbidden to take away the tablet wherein a law had once been engrossed, he advised him to turn it only, that being not forbidden; and Plutarch commends Philopoemen, that being born to command, he knew how to do it, not only according to the laws, but also to overrule even the laws themselves, when the public necessity so required. — “Essays” by Michel de Montaigne
  • –Marina, Stephen said, a child of storm, Miranda, a wonder, Perdita, that which was lost. What was lost is given back to him: his daughter's child. My dearest wife , Pericles says, was like this maid. Will any man love the daughter if he has not loved the mother? — “Ulysses” by James Joyce

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