Acrocorinth   - in ancient sources @

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  Acrocorinth   - the citadel of Corinth
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.297   sore the great Achaean Acrocorinth, the star of Hellas,
AnthPal_9.225   Helicon, the river those of Acrocorinth. How equally
Plin:HN_4.11   of its citadel, called the Acrocorinth, on which is the spring
Polyaen_4.6.1   agem. Alexander, who possessed Acrocorinth, had died. His
Polyaen_6.5.1   make himself master of Acrocorinth, which Antigonus held
Polyaen_8.58.1   opportunity of betraying Acrocorinth to Ptolemy, having

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