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Normally kimon just displays the phone number of the established connection, but it is possible to have a file in which phonenumbers and corresponding names are given.
kimon can be configured to pop up the monitor window on outgoing or incoming calls, on both kinds of calls or never.
One bug-fix which caused kimon to crash, when a phonenumbers file with a wrong format existed.
kimon.sourceforge.net   (629 words)

  
  Kimon
Kimon was an Athenian general and statesman, a member of the distinguished Philaid family and the son of the great Miltiades, the victorious general at Marathon.
Kimon was commander of the Athenian naval contingent, and thus (since the Athenians provided most of the ships) the commander of the allied Greek navy arrayed against the Persians in the Aegean Sea.
Kimon’s next achievement was the expulsion of the Persians from the Chersonese in the northern Aegean, and its inclusion in the Delian League.
www.faculty.fairfield.edu /rosivach/cl115/people/kimon.htm   (794 words)

  
  NationMaster - Encyclopedia: Kimon
Kimon served in the Persian Wars and according to Plutarch: "In all the qualities that war demands he was fully the equal of Themistocles and his own father Miltiades".
Kimon was an Athenian general and statesman, a member of the distinguished Philaid family and the son of the great Miltiades, the victorious general at Marathon.
Kimon’s next achievement was the expulsion of the Persians from the Chersonese in the northern Aegean, and its inclusion in the Delian League.
www.nationmaster.com /encyclopedia/Kimon   (2037 words)

  
 History of Ancient Athens - Periklean Age
The war with Persia was still continuing and Kimon with a big fleet sailed to Thrace and laid siege to Eion, on the Strymon river (476 BC).
This was the third victory in one day, of the glorious general Kimon, lifting Athens to the highest point of her power.
Kimon then left his armor to friends, telling them to fight for his honor.
www.sikyon.com /Athens/ahist_eg03.html   (6045 words)

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