Cenchreae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- one of the ports of Corinth
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and Aspis 7 miles from Cenchreae and Methurides in the Bay
citadel, made his escape to Cenchreae. Some time after
for several days, marched to Cenchreae. By this manoeuvr
istomachus to torture at Cenchreae, and afterwards drowned
ce, and made himself master of Cenchreae. He likewise redu
Sicyon, he retired to Cenchreae; and there gave himself
ort captured, escaped to Cenchreae, from where he made his
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