Meno (/ˈmn/; Bahasa Yunani: Mένων, Menon; skt. 423 – skt. 400 SM), putra Alexidemus, merupakan seorang tokoh politik Thessalia. Mungkin dari Pharsalos,[1] ia terkenal baik karena dialog eponymusnya yang ditulis oleh Plato di mana ia menampilkan dan perannya di antara para jenderal yang dibunuh oleh Artahsasta di Pertempuran Cunaxa, seperti yang digambarkan di dalam Anabasis Xenophon.

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  1. ^ Diodorus incorrectly identifies him as from Larissa (Bigwood, Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Cunaxa, p. 350 fn 45)

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  • Bassett, Sherylee R. "Innocent Victims or Perjurers Betrayed? The Arrest of the Generals in Xenophon's Anabasis," The Classical Quarterly, New Series, 52: 2 (2002) pp 447–461
  • Bigwood, J. M. "The Ancient Accounts of the Battle of Cunaxa," The American Journal of Philology, 104:4 (Winter, 1983) pp 340–357
  • Brown, Truesdell S. "Menon of Thessaly" Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 35:4 (1986) pp 387–404
  • Hoerber, Robert G. "Plato's Meno," Phronesis, 5:2 (1960), pp 78–102
  • Nails, Debra, The People of Plato: A Prosopography of Plato and Other Socratics, (Hackett 2002) pp 204–205

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  • Valerio Massimo Manfredi L' Armata Perduta (The Lost Army), Arnoldo Mondadori Editore S.p.a. 2007

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