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- a region in the centre of the Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Arcadian , Arcadians
combined army of Arcadians and Achaeans defeats the Spartans at Man
banquet held by Antigonus to entertain a delegation from Arcadia.
The Aeginetans and Arcadians join the Achaean League.
The Spartan ephors recall Cleomenes from Arcadia.
ome forts belonging to Cleomenes, near Aegys and Belbina in Arcadia.
Syll_623, a decree of Thisoa in Arcadia.
Metellus defeats the Arcadians in Phocis.
ing the valleys of Arcadia because of my mother Auge, I
Perseus, Agamestor of Arcadia, the son of Polyxenus,
set. But a certain Arcadian, Arystas by name, a great eate
ays- "The Mantineans and Arcadians were in the habit of
it among their neighbours the Arcadians. But subsequently
hilippics, says that the Arcadians had three hundred thous
his love for Lastheneia, the Arcadian courtesan. And,
ich are found near Cleitor, in Arcadia, in the river calle
of whom is Pytheas the Arcadian, of the town of Phigalei
for his love of Lastheneia the Arcadian, who had been a
anes mentions her in his Arcadian, and in his Gardener,
came to Antigonus from Arcadia; for they sat at dinner
of it in his History of Arcadia, says that Cypselus insti
the loud shout to Pan, Arcadia's king; & Praise to the
Peloponnese, except the Arcadians, were uprooted by the
those who are now called Arcadians; for these were the fir
and his good looks, died in Arcadia. Before he sold the
and observing that the Arcadians were absent from their
ned over a great part of Arcadia, and taught mankind the
Pallanteum, a city of Arcadia, accompanied with a small
ytheas argue at an assembly in Arcadia.  & Plut:Them_3
from Sicyon, and Ecdelus an Arcadian banished from Mega
aeans, and great part of Arcadia paid contributions to the
Eleans, and such of the Arcadians as were in the Lacedaem
3000 foot, was now posted in Arcadia. The Ephors, appreh
desired to be left in Arcadia ; and he returned to Spar
he went round through Arcadia, and marched down to Phar
try called Acte, and all Arcadia, except Mantineia, Argos,
nian ambassadors then in Arcadia complained of both, and
was sacked, to unite the Arcadians, and to restore liberty
to go ambassador to the Arcadians; and when he came there
uctus to the republic of Arcadia to draw them off from the
expedition against the Arcadians; but an oracle warned
egea, Elnes, the king of Arcadia, selected the most able
ord. Therefore the Arcadians asked no questions; but the
Spartan army against the Arcadians, in order to raise the
utterly defeated by the Arcadians, Archidamus, who was
ame time the Thebans and Arcadians pressed hard upon them,
duct, he showed them the Arcadians, Messenians, Argives
undertaken against the Arcadians was lasting longer than
sieged at Prasiae by the Arcadians, and reduced to great
ound that the Argive and Arcadian allies of the Thebans
Lycaeum, a mountain of Arcadia, extending itself between
the mountains, put on an Arcadian cap, and double cloak;
ileus. Chileus the Arcadian, when he was staying at Laceda
cus. Pompiscus the Arcadian made it a general rule, whenev
form the enemy, that the Arcadians had recalled him, and
partans sent to treat in Arcadia; and he promised to send
secret supporter of the Arcadians, but they had no form
ied by a body of three hundred Arcadians and Milesians.
ia, Menon of Thessaly, Agis of Arcadia, and Socrates of
was made prisoner by the Arcadians, she travelled into Arc
(180-170) s and Bipeiatis belonged to Arkadia. On the other h
nesses Polycrates, Arcadian; Androsthenes, Coan; Numen
aeses of the province of Arcadia : "Read." And he re
raeses of the eparchy of Arcadia, with the co-opera
(c. 320 +) r foals: Eupolemos of Arkadia, the son of Damis
(256/5 or 254/3) sodes: Polymnestos of Arkadia, the son of Alexan
(c. 234) sodes: Kleitobios [of Arkadia], the son of Ariste
(c. 207/6) s. The other Arkadians passed similar decrees: T
(164) ytis belonged to the Arcadians [from the time]
him his poem to Pan of Arcadia, and then at the king's
- in documents
(c. 200) r of Timenetos : 5 drachmas Arka[dia] daughter of .
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