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"Requiem for Methuselah" was the 76th episode of Star Trek: The Original Series.



Episode characters

Flint (Willem AbramsonAkharinAlexander the GreatMicah BrackJohannes BrahmsLeonardo da VinciLazarusMerlinMethuselahSolomon) • Bill HadleyRayna KapecRayna 15Rayna 16James T. KirkRoger LemliM-4Leonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpockNyota Uhura
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Galileo GalileiJohannes GutenbergMosesRayna 14Reginald PollackWilliam ShakespeareSocratesStenTaranullus

Novelization characters

FlintRayna KapecRayna 16Rayna 17James T. KirkM-4Leonard McCoyMontgomery ScottSpock
Referenced only
Jesus ChristGalileo GalileiJohannes GutenbergMosesReginald PollackWilliam ShakespeareSocratesStenTaranullus

Starships and vehicles

USS Enterprise (Constitution-class heavy cruiser)


Holberg 917GMilky Way GalaxyOmega system
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Alpha CentauriCentauri VIIConstantinopleEarthEuropeMarcus IIMesopotamia

Races and cultures


States and organizations

FederationStarfleet Command

Other references

22391st millennium BC4th millennium BCAngel Playing the ViolinAngel with LuteantitoxinBiblebilliardsbubonic plaguechesscreation lithographDance in TehuantepecFederation legal banksGutenberg Biblehousekeeperirilliumkilometerlanding partylogicmind meldmoonphaserpianoplanetRigelian feverrobotryetalynSaurian brandyscreenssub-dimensional physicstricorder


Related media

Flint the Immortal, under numerous guises, later appeared in:


Video releases


At the first encounter with the robot, a short electronic burst is heard. This sounds like it was lifted, perhaps as a tribute, from Forbidden Planet.




published order
Previous episode:
The Way to Eden
TOS episode produced Next episode:
The Savage Curtain
Previous episode:
The Lights of Zetar
TOS episode aired Next episode:
The Way to Eden
Previous story:
Turnabout Intruder
Star Trek 5
Next story:
The Way to Eden
chronological order
Previous Adventure:
The Quick and the Dead
Pocket Next Adventure:
The Savage Curtain
Previous Adventure:
Strange New Worlds II
The Quick and the Dead
Voyages of the
USS Enterprise (NCC-1701)
(2264 to 2270)
Next Adventure:
New Visions
The Hollow Man

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