Person: Theaios Oulia from Argos (Argeia)

Person ID: 924
Name: Theaios Oulia
Place of Origin: Argos (Argeia)
Date Range: -484 to -462
List of Festivals:
Hekatomboia in Argos (Argeia)
Isthmia in Corinth (Corinthia)
Nemea in Nemea (Kleonaia)
Panathenaia in Athens (Attica)
Pythia in Delphi (Phokis)
List of Events:
Hekatomboia in Argos (Argeia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Hekatomboia in Argos (Argeia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Panathenaia in Athens (Attica) on ( -484 to -462 )
Panathenaia in Athens (Attica) on ( -484 to -462 )
Isthmia in Corinth (Corinthia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Isthmia in Corinth (Corinthia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Isthmia in Corinth (Corinthia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Nemea in Nemea (Kleonaia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Nemea in Nemea (Kleonaia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Nemea in Nemea (Kleonaia) on ( -484 to -462 )
Pythia in Delphi (Phokis) on ( -484 to -462 )
List of Disciplines:
combat sports: pale
combat sports: pale
List of References:
Pi. N. 10.24
Pi. N. 10.25
Pi. N. 10.26
Pi. N. 10.28
Pi. N. 10.34-35
List of Prosopographies:
Strasser (2001), no. 39
Neumann-Hartmann (2008), no. 120
Kostouros (2008), no. 220
Klee (1918), no. P57, J112, 115, N75, 107, 115, 118
Farrington (2012), 1.38
Comment: Theaios, son of Oulias, won three victories at Nemea (Pind. Nem. 10.28), three at the Isthmus (Pind. Nem. 10. 26) and one at the Pythia (Pind. Nem. 10. 25). He also won two victories at the Great Panathenaia (Pind. Nem. 10. 34-35) and at the Hekatomboia in Argos (Pind. Nem. 10. 24). For the date of the ode,it is suggests that it was written after the performance of the Supplices of Aeschylus, probably of 463 BC (Cannatà, 2004, 97-99). Theaios probably competed in Olympia closely after the poem was written. - EK Dating based on Farrington (2012) 1.38 - PS