Arginusae   - in ancient sources @

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  Arginusae   - three islands near Lesbos; site of a naval battle, 406 B.C.
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Athen_5.218   lost in the naval battle at Arginusae. And this battle
Philoch_142   generals at [the battle of] Arginusae. He was sentenced
Polyaen_1.44.1   admiral, had been defeated at Arginusae. Eteonicus comman
ValMax_1.1e.8   the ten captains who at Arginusae won a great victory for
ValMax_3.8e.3   of the Lacedemonians at Arginusae. It happened that Socrates

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