Timotheus of Heracleia (Person, Concept)
- Timotheus (in Greek Tιμoθεoς, Timotheos; died 338 BC) was son of Clearchus I, the tyrant of Heracleia on the Euxine (Black
Sea). After the death of his father in 353 BC, he succeeded to the sovereignty, under the guardianship, at first, of his uncle
Satyrus, and held the rule for fifteen years.