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Nicostratus may refer to:
- Against Nicostratus, an oration by Pseudo-Demosthenes
- On the Estate of Nicostratus, an oration by Isaeus
in fiction and mythology:
- Nicostrato the painter, a character in Boccaccio's Decameron
- A son of Helen of Troy and Menelaos (according to the Catalogue of Women, Laurentian Scholiast on Sophocles' Electra (539), and according to Apollodorus' Bibliotheca, 3.11.1) Although not an important figure in most accounts of the Trojan War, he is the central character in The Luck of Troy, a modern version of the story by Roger Lancelyn Green.
- A son of Menelaos and a slave woman (according to Pausanias' Description of Greece, 2.18.6)
Persons with this name
See also: Saint Nicostratus (disambiguation)
- Nicostratus (comic poet), son of Aristophanes, a poet of the Middle Comedy (4th century BC)
- Nicostratus, son of Theosdotides, mentioned in Plato's Apology of Socrates
- Nicostratus of Rhodes, a Rhodian commander in the 2nd century BC, companion of Agesilochus
- Nicostratus of Cilicia, a victor at the ancient Olympic Games (according to Pausanias' Description of Greece, 5.21.10)
- Nicostratus of Heraea, Arcadia, son of Xenoclides, wrestler, a victor at the ancient Olympic Games (according to Pausanias' Description of Greece, 6.3.11)
- Nicostratus of Argivia, who instituted a custom of throwing torches into a pit in honour of Persephone (according to Pausanias' Description of Greece, 2.22.3)
- Nicostratus of Trapezus, a sophist and historian, mentioned in Evagrius Scholasticus' Ecclesiastical History (5,24)
- Nicostratus of Acaia, strategos of the Achaean League in 198-187 BC
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