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  • Menelaus
    Menelaus
    Menelaus may refer to;*Menelaus, one of the two most known Atrides, a king of Sparta and son of Atreus and Aerope*Menelaus on the Moon, named after Menelaus of Alexandria.*Menelaus , brother of Ptolemy I Soter...

    , one of the two most known Atrides, a king of Sparta and son of Atreus and Aerope
  • Menelaus (crater)
    Menelaus (crater)
    Menelaus is a young lunar impact crater located on the southern shore of Mare Serenitatis near the eastern end of the Montes Hæmus mountain range. The crater was named after the jilted king of Sparta from the Iliad. To the southwest is the small crater Auwers, and to the southwest is the even...

     on the Moon, named after Menelaus of Alexandria.
  • Menelaus (son of Lagus)
    Menelaus (son of Lagus)
    Menelaus , son of Lagus and brother of Ptolemy I Soter , served as priest of the eponymous state cult, which may well have been dedicated to Alexander the Great, and was for a time king in Cyprus, under his brother....

    , brother of Ptolemy I Soter
    Ptolemy I Soter
    Ptolemy I Soter I , also known as Ptolemy Lagides, c. 367 BC – c. 283 BC, was a Macedonian general under Alexander the Great, who became ruler of Egypt and founder of both the Ptolemaic Kingdom and the Ptolemaic Dynasty...

    • Menelaus of Macedon various
  • Menelaus of Pelagonia
    Menelaus of Pelagonia
    Menelaus was a local ruler of Pelagonia, honoured as euergetes of Athens in 363 BC, for helping Athenians in the war against Amphipolis and the Chalcidian League. In the decree it is stated that not only Menelaus himself but also his ancestors were benefactors of Athens...

     who received Athenian citizenship
  • Menelaus
    Menelaus (High Priest)
    Menelaus was High Priest in Jerusalem from 171 BC to about 161 BC. He was the successor of Jason, the brother of Onias III.The sources are divided as to his origin...

    , 2nd century BC High Priest
    Kohen Gadol
    The High Priest was the chief religious official of Israelite religion and of classical Judaism from the rise of the Israelite nation until the destruction of the Second Temple of Jerusalem...

     of the Second temple
    Second Temple
    The Jewish Second Temple was an important shrine which stood on the Temple Mount in Jerusalem between 516 BCE and 70 CE. It replaced the First Temple which was destroyed in 586 BCE, when the Jewish nation was exiled to Babylon...

  • Menelaus, pupil of Stephanus
    Pasiteles
    Pasiteles was a Neo-Attic school sculptor from Ancient Rome at the time of Julius Caesar. Pasiteles is said by Pliny to have been a native of Magna Graecia, and to have been granted Roman citizenship...

     (fl. 33 BC) sculptor in the workshop of Pasiteles in the time of Caesar Augustus
  • Menelaus of Alexandria
    Menelaus of Alexandria
    Menelaus of Alexandria was a Greek mathematician and astronomer, the first to recognize geodesics on a curved surface as natural analogs of straight lines.-Life and Works:...

    , a Hellenistic mathematician and astronomer
    • Menelaus' theorem
      Menelaus' theorem
      Menelaus' theorem, named for Menelaus of Alexandria, is a theorem about triangles in plane geometry. Given a triangle ABC, and a transversal line that crosses BC, AC and AB at points D, E and F respectively, with D, E, and F distinct from A, B and C, thenThis equation uses signed lengths of...

      , a theorem attributed to Menelaus of Alexandria
      Menelaus of Alexandria
      Menelaus of Alexandria was a Greek mathematician and astronomer, the first to recognize geodesics on a curved surface as natural analogs of straight lines.-Life and Works:...