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  Corcyra   - an island off the west coast of Greece
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313/24 The Corcyraeans force the garrisons left by Cassander to abandon Apoll
303/17 Cleonymus captures Corcyra.
301/23 Cleonymus loses control of Corcyra.
300/5 Agathocles captures Corcyra.
295/19 nassa the daughter of Agathocles, and is given Corcyra as her dowry.
290/14 becomes the wife of Demetrius, who thus gains control of Corcyra.
281/16 Pyrrhus regains control of Corcyra, with help from Tarentum.
246/3 eneral comments on the career of the tragedian Philiscus of Corcyra.
229/5 The Illyrians capture Corcyra, after defeating an Achaean fleet near
229/10 Demetrius of Pharus betrays Corcyra to the Romans.
168/11 Paullus sets sail from Brundisium for Corcyra.
96/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Parmeniscus of Cercyra (II)
88/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Parmeniscus of Cercyra (II)
31/4 nus sails from Brundisium to Corcyra, but is forced to withdraw by
31/6 avianus occupies a position near Actium; and Agrippa seizes Corcyra.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.56   Epirus swim across to Corcyra: the two countries face
Aelian:NA_8.13   evelops ulcers. In Corcyra there occur water-snakes, as
AnthPal_9.7   rulest the holy land of Corcyra, though your ears be ever
Athen_1.14   last kind Agallis, the Corcyraean authoress, who wrote
Athen_6.253   he came from Leucas and Corcyra to Athens, not only with
Athen_14.637   of Archilochus, and lived in Corcyra. But Philochorus,
Athen_15.681   plants. And Eumachus of Corcyra, in his treatise On
Athen_15.692   of garlands. And Dracon of Corcyra tells us this in his
Crinag_9.555   harbours. I am near Phaeacian Corcyra. So that I might
Crinag_9.559   to the Cyclades and ancient Corcyra. But I beg for your
Demetr:Eloc_72   place was colonised from Corcyra; of Corinth, however, was
DioCass_fr.49   suls had crossed over to Corcyra, she felt imbued with new
Euseb]:Chron_201   B.C.] - Archilochus of Corcyra, stadion race 60th [540
Euseb]:Chron_211   B.C.] - Parmeniscus of Corcyra, stadion race 172nd [92
Just_25.4   ising that he took the city of Corcyra with only sixty
Nepos_2.2   connection with the war with Corcyra; chosen general by the people
Nepos_2.8   in Argos and withdrew to Corcyra. When he perceived that the
Nepos_13.2   fleet to flight, and brought Corcyra under the sway of Athens;
Oros_6.15   being overwhelmed with shame at Corcyra, because the enemy had made
Oros_6.19   Antony's. 7 Next he captured Corcyra; he then pursued and routed
Plin:HN_4.52   also 50 from Acroceraunia, lies Corcyra, with a city of the
Plin:HN_4.53   from these, lying off Corcyra, are Ericusa, Marathe, Elaphusa,
Plut:Mor_834   ail of ships, to aid the Corcyraeans against the Corinthia
Plut:Mor_842   peaking, he cried out, O Corcyraean whip, how many talents
Plut:Mor_845   the Thebans, Euboeans, Corcyraeans, Corinthians, Boeotia
Polyaen_1.40.4   ly, Alcibiades landed at Corcyra, and because his army was
Polyaen_3.9.55   phicrates was staying at Corcyra, his signallers informed
Polyaen_3.10.16   which he was assisted by the Corcyraeans and other allie
Polyaen_6.20.1   Thucydides, 3.24] [20] The Corcyraeans. The Athenians
SEG_47.604   (160-140)   magistrates and people of Corcyra. Envoys of the Am
Syll_638   (soon after 178)   er and Xenophantos of Kerkyra the son of Dameas and
THI_192.A   (2nd century) giving to the city of Corcyra, to hire the artists for
THI_61.B   (196-146)     Pythodoros of Corcyra, the son of Sosthenes
THI_61.D   (173-169)   nd:   Straton of Korkyra, the son of Aristokra


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