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Timon of Athens
      
"We Have Seen Better Days."
William Shakespeare
   wrote   
Timon of Athens
Greece
   has the capital   
Athens
The Greek city that was the center of culture and learning during ancient times
Timon of Athens
   is a   
Tragic Play
Timon
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Apemantus
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
A Churlish Philosopher
Flavius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Steward to Timon
Alcibiades
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
An Athenian Captain
Painter
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Caphis
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servant to Timon's Creditors
Lucilius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servant to Timon
Titus
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servant to Timon's Creditors
Flaminius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Old Athenian
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servilius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servant to Timon
Philotus
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Servant to Timon's Creditors
Hortensius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Lucullus
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Flattering Lord
Phrynia
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Mistress to Alcibiades
Banditti
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Timandra
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Mistress to Alcibiades
Sempronius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Flattering Lord
Ventidius
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
One of Timon's False Friends
Cupid
   is a character in   
Timon of Athens
Timon of Athens
   begins   
"Good Day, Sir."
Timon of Athens
   ends   
"With Wax I Brought Away, Whose Soft Impression, Interprets for My Poor Ignorance."
My noble general, Timon is dead; Entomb'd upon the very hem o' the sea; And on his grave-stone this insculpture, which With wax I brought away, whose soft impression Interprets for my poor ignorance.
1896
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Athens
2004
   Summer Olympic Games were held in   
Athens
Athens
   was known to the Romans as   
Athenae
Greece
Raphael
   painted   
The School of Athens
1509-11; (Philosophy); in the Vatican
Troilus and Cressida, Titus Andronicus, Timon of Athens
   are all   
Rarely Performed Plays by Shakespeare
University of Georgia
   is situated in   
Athens
United States
Ohio University
   is situated in   
Athens
United States
Greece
   is the site of   
Acropolis, Athens
The character Edie Athens was played by Uma Thurman
Be Cool (2005)
Athens
   is at   
38°00'N 23°43'E
Greece
Menestheus
   is described as   
King of Athens
Remembered for his cowardice in war
Athens of the North
   is a nickname for   
Edinburgh
Scotland
University of Georgia
   is in   
Athens
Ohio University
   is in   
Athens
Ohio
Cleisthenes of Athens
   was a   
Greek Statesman
Referred to as "the father of Athenian democracy"; grandfather of Alcibiades; b. c. 570 BC
Ludwig Van Beethoven
   composed   
The Ruins of Athens
Incidental music, op. 113
Henry Purcell
   composed   
Timon of Athens
Semi-opera
Athens of America
   is a nickname for   
Boston, MA
U.S.A.
Lamprocles
   is played by Christopher Walken in   
Barefoot in Athens (1966)
Black Rock
   featured   
Athens To Athens
Acropolis
   is situated in   
Athens, Greece
Civilization & Democracy; Nominee for the new 7 wonders






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