Aetolia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Leosthenes allows the Aetolians in his army to return home.
Antipater attacks the Aetolians, who take refuge in their mountains.
Antipater withdraws from Aetolia, in order to attack Perdiccas.
The Aetolians invade Thessaly, but are forced out by Polyperchon.
The Athenian exiles ask for assistance from the Aetolians.
Polyperchon escapes to Aetolia.
The Aetolians besiege Agrinium, and massacre the Acarnanians after
eats the army of Cassander at Elateia, with help from the Aetolians.
to end the siege of Rhodes, through the mediation of the Aetolians.
Polycritus, a leader of the Aetolians, is reported to have appeared
Syll_366, an alliance between the Boeotians and the Aetolians.
Syll_369, a statue of Pyrrhus at Callipolis in Aetolia.
king of Sparta, leads a raid against the Aetolians, but is defeated.
Heracleia-ad-Oetam joins the Aetolian League.
band of Gauls sacks Callion, a town in Aetolia.
The Aetolians complete the rout of the Gauls, and Brennus the king
Alexander of Aetolia and Lycophron sort out the tragedies and the com
tus of Soli and Alexander of Aetolia to Macedonia, at the time of his
The foundation of the town of Arsinoe (formerly Conopa) in Aetolia.
a statue of Neoptolemus of Aetolia, erected by the city of Eretria.
The Aetolians annex the Aenianians and Doris.
Syll_421, a treaty between Acarnania and the Aetolian League.
_483 & 484, a decree of the Aetolians, forbidding the extradition
General remarks on the career of the poet Alexander the Aetolian.
Syll_443, a decree of Chios in honour of the Aetolians.
The Aetolians inflict a severe defeat on the Boeotians at Chaeronea.
The Aetolians and Alexander of Epirus agree to a partition of Acarnan
Antigonus forms an alliance with the Aetolian League (? and Epirus).
Antigonus forms an alliance with the Aetolian League.
Polycritus, a leader of the Aetolians, is reported to have appeared
Aratus fails to prevent the Aetolians from crossing the Isthmus.
The Aetolians capture Pellene, but are expelled by Aratus.
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Eraton of Aetolia
Peace between the Aetolians and Achaeans.
The Aetolians devastate Laconia, and take away 50,000 captives.
Syll_480, an Aetolian decree concerning the rights of foreigners
monument dedicated by the Aetolians to the Ptolemaic royal family.
The Aetolian and Achaean leagues form an alliance against Macedonia.
The Aetolians reject a Roman embassy sent on behalf of Acarnania.
Syll_507, a decree of the Aetolians granting privileges to the Diony
Demetrius invades Boeotia, and detaches it from Aetolia.
move to a new site, as a result of Demetrius' attacks on Aetolia.
Illyria, sends a force which defeats the Aetolians near Medion.
The Aetolians invade western Thessaly.
Antigonus drives the Aetolians out of Thessaly.
Nicostratus, an Aetolian, breaks the solemn truce at the Pamboeotian
ephors fine Dorimachus the Aetolian for encouraging brigands to att
Aetolian acts of aggression in Epirus, Acarnania, and the Peloponnese
a fort near Megalopolis which had been occupied by the Aetolians.
The Aetolians invade Messenia.
plots against Theodotus of Aetolia, the Egyptian general in Syria.
The Achaean assembly declares war on the Aetolians.
The Aetolians defeat Aratus and the Achaeans at Caphyae.
The Aetolians capture Cynaetha.
The Aetolian army leaves the Peloponnese.
rinth and declare war on the Aetolians; the start of the Social War,
Scopas is elected general of the Aetolian League.
allies visit various states, seeking support against the Aetolians.
Aetolian raids on Aegeira and Dyme.
The Aetolians sack Dium.
Philippus invades Aetolia.
chus, the new general of the Aetolian League, leads a raid on Dodona.
Philippus sacks Thermus, an Aetolian city.
Lycurgus leaves Sparta for Aetolia, out of fear of the ephors.
neral Eperatus allows Pyrrhias to lead an Aetolian raid into Achaea.
Lycus of Pharae defeats the Aetolians near Leontion.
The Eleans and Aetolians make raids into their opponents' territory.
eed at Naupactus between the Aetolians and Philippus and his allies;
Agelaus becomes general of the Aetolian League.
Syll_546, a decision of Aetolian arbitrators concerning the territor
The Aetolians enter into an alliance with the Romans, along with Atta
abortive attack by the Aetolians on Acarnania.
The Aetolians capture Aegina and sell it to Attalus for thirty talent
partans become allies of the Aetolians, after listening to speeches
the sanctuary at Thermus in Aetolia, and then attends the council
The Aetolians make peace with Philippus.
Syll_554, a decree of the Aetolian League recognising the inviolabili
ees of Delphi in honour of two Aetolians, Pantaleon and Aristarchus.
The revolutionary laws of Dorimachus and Scopas in Aetolia.
decrees of Delphi and the Aetolian League, recognising Teos as inv
embassy from the Aetolians attempts to gain Roman support against
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Pyrrhias of Aetolia.
The assembly of the Aetolian League decides to remain neutral in the
The Aetolians invade Thessaly.
refuses to accept a gift of silver plate from some Aetolian envoys.
Scopas the Aetolian is put to death after being accused of treason
crees of the Amphictyons and Aetolians in honour of Sosicles of Magne
The Aetolians stir up anti-Roman feelings in Greece.
The assembly of the Aetolian League invites Antiochus to "liberate"
The Aetolians capture Demetrias.
Nabis is assassinated by a detachment of Aetolians.
The Aetolians are repulsed at Chalcis.
The Aetolians appoint Antiochus as their general against the Romans.
The Aetolians reject peace terms.
The Aetolians agree to a truce.
the senate refuses to agree peace terms with an Aetolian embassy.
truce is agreed between the Romans and the Aetolians.
Acilius celebrates a triumph over Antiochus and the Aetolians.
Peace terms are agreed between the Romans and the Aetolians.
The senate ratifies the peace with the Aetolians.
The triumph of M.Fulvius, over the Aetolians and Cephallenia.
16, two dedications made by M.Fulvius out of the booty from Aetolia.
Syll_628 & 629, a decree of the Aetolians honouring Eumenes.
Syll_632, a decree of the Aetolians honouring Prousias.
The Romans mediate in civil wars in Aetolia and Crete.
nvestigates social unrest in Aetolia and Thessaly, and M.Marcellus
Inscr_24.E, the manumission of an Aetolian slave woman at Delphi.
Lacedaemonians and Argives, and between the Achaeans and Aetolians.
Civil strife in Aetolia ends with the death of Lyciscus.
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