Colonus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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("Colonus of the horses") - a deme in Attica
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jurors his Oedipus at Colonus, proving by the play that
There was another Colonus next to the temple of Poseidon,
eton, well known by Greece and Colonus". An outstanding
(286/5) osed by Epicharmos of Kolonos, the son of Kallistra
(228/7-212/1) mothetes: Demokles of Kolonos Poseidippos of Pai
("Colonus of the agora") - a hill near the agora in Athens
because they stood by Colonus, which is near the agora,
ding the Pnyx was called Colonus, and another part of it
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