Timleon Ambelas (Greek: Τιμολέων Αμπελάς, 1850–1929) was a Greek poet.
Ampelas was born in the city of Patras in Greece and he lived much of his time in the capital city of Athens and in the island of Syros. He studied law in 1874 and became justice and withdrew totally from the judicial branch as judge of the court of appeal. From those members of the Philological Council of Athens Parnassos. He began to write theatrical works.
Here are several works created by Ampelas:
|Title||Greek transliteration||English name||Year||Publisher and/or Location|
|Istoria tis nissou Sirou||Ιστορία της νήσου Σύρου||History Of The Island Of Syros||1874||Ermoupoli|
|Alosis tis Troias||Άλωσις της Τροίας||-||-||-|
|Krites kai Venetoi||Κρήτες και Βενετοί||Cretans and Venetians||-||-|
|Kleopatra||Κλεοπάτρα||Cleopatra||-||Agkyra Publishers, Athens|
|Evros tis Thrakis||Έβρος της Θράκης||The Evros Of Thrace||-||-|
|Pro Tis Alamanas||Πρό της Αλαμάνας||-||-||-|
|Prigkips tou Moreos, now Prigkipas tou Moreos||'||The Prince Of Morea||-||-|
- The first version of the article is translated and is based from the article at the Greek Wikipedia (el:Main Page)