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Timasitheus or Timesitheus (Gr. Τιμασίθεος or Τιμησίθεος) may refer to several people in Ancient history:
- Timasitheus of Croton was an ancient Greek athlete of wrestling.
- Timasitheus of Delphi was an ancient Greek athlete of pancratium.
Otherwise, may refer to several people in Classical history:
- Gaius Furius Sabinius Aquila Timesitheus (died 243), Roman knight of the 3rd century who was the most important advisor to Gordian III
- Timasitheus of Trapezus, a translator from Asia Minor mentioned in Xenophon's Anabasis
- Timasitheus of Lipara, first archon of the city of Lipara
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