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Amyntas B.C.

Amyntas B.C. , commonly known as Amyntas, is a Greek professional basketball club. The club's full name is Athlitikos Omilos Amyntas Ymittos B.C. The club is located in Dafni-Ymittos, Dafni, a suburb of Athens, Greece.

Ermis Agias Larissa B.C.

Ermis Agias Larissa B.C. is a Greek professional basketball club that is located in Agia, Larissa, Greece. It is a part of the G.S. Ermis Agias Larissa (Γ.Σ. Ερμής Αγιάς Λάρισα) multi-sports club.

Amyntas

Amyntas is the name of several prominent Greek and Hellenistic men. The word is derived from Greek "amyntor" meaning "defender".

Amyntas III of Macedon
Amyntas III of Macedon

Amyntas III was king of the ancient kingdom of Macedon in 393 BC, and again from 392 to 370 BC. He was the son of Arrhidaeus and grandson of Amyntas, one of the sons of Alexander I. His most famous son is Philip II, father of Alexander the Great. He is historically considered the founder of the unified Macedonian state.

Amyntas I of Macedon
Amyntas I of Macedon

Amyntas I was king of the ancient kingdom of Macedon (540 – 512 / 511 BC) and then a vassal of Darius I from 512/511 to his death 498 BC, at the time of Achaemenid Macedonia. He was a son of Alcetas I of Macedon.

Amyntas II of Macedon
Amyntas II of Macedon

Amyntas II or Amyntas the Little, was the king of Macedonia for a short time, circa 393 BC. Thucydides describes him as a son of Philip, the brother of king Perdiccas II. He first succeeded his father in his appanage in Upper Macedonia, but Perdiccas II wished to deprive Amyntas of the appanage, as he had before endeavoured to wrest it from Philip. This project had however been hindered by the Athenians.

Amyntas IV of Macedon

Amyntas IV was a titular king of the kingdom of Macedonia in 359 BC and member of the Argead dynasty.

Amyntas Nikator
Amyntas Nikator

Amyntas Nikator was an Indo-Greek king. His coins have been found both in eastern Punjab and Afghanistan, indicating that he ruled a considerable territory.

Amyntas (son of Andromenes)

Amyntas was a Macedonian officer in Alexander the Great's army, son of Andromenes from Tymphaia. After the battle of the Granicus, 334 BC, when the garrison of Sardis was quietly surrendered to Alexander, Amyntas was the officer sent forward to receive it from the commander, Mithrenes.

Amyntas of Galatia
Amyntas of Galatia

Not to be confounded with Amyntas, Tetrarch of the Tectosagii. Amyntas , Tetrarch of the Trocmi was a King of Galatia and of several adjacent countries between 36 and 25 BC, mentioned by Strabo as contemporary with himself.

Amyntas II (son of Bubares)
Amyntas II (son of Bubares)

Amyntas II was the son of the Persian official Bubares by his Macedonian wife Gygaea. He was named after his maternal grandfather, Amyntas I of Macedon, who ruled Macedon as a Persian subject since 512/511 BC. Later, king Xerxes I (r.