Cephallenia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- the largest of the Ionian islands, off the west coast of Greece.
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Philippus attacks Cephallenia.
The triumph of M.Fulvius, over the Aetolians and Cephallenia.
not go. Goats in Cephallenia go without drinking for six
across it. And in Cephallenia there is a river which occa
Phoebus, guardian of the Cephallenians' harbour, dwelling
over the Aetolians and Ceph[allenia, 10 k.Jan.] (21st
born without a hand. In Cephallenia a trumpet seemed to sound
At Praeneste and in Cephallenia statues were seen to have
(204) rakiots: Damokritos Kephallenians: Drakon Chians:
(203/2) ea, Lamiskos of Argos Kephallenians: Sotakos of [Sa
that on the island of Cephallenia, whereas all beasts in other
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