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- a city near the isthmus of the Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Corinthian , Corinthians
egea (( called Andromenes of Corinth by Eusebius - but see 304 B.C.
sails to Greece and captures Corinth, but leaves again after coming
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Andromenes of Corinth
Demetrius captures Corinth, and then Bura, Scyrus, Orchomenus, and
trius is advised not to build a canal across the Corinthian Isthmus.
Craterus, governor of Corinth, remains loyal to his half-brother Anti
Antigonus tricks Nicaea and recaptures Corinth.
nus' garrison, which is commanded by Persaeus, and captures Corinth.
ing Megarian arbitration in a dispute between Epidaurus and Corinth.
send envoys to Athens and Corinth, and they are allowed to partici
with Antigonus, because it would involve the surrender of Corinth.
The inhabitants of Corinth transfer their allegiance to Cleomenes.
reement with Antigonus, after promising to hand over Corinth to him.
Antigonus advances to the Isthmus of Corinth.
pus and his allies meet near Corinth and declare war on the Aetolians
The Achaeans defeats Philippus's general Androsthenes near Corinth.
conference of Roman allies at Corinth decides on war against Nabis.
the Greeks at a congress at Corinth, and announces the withdrawal
Philinus of Corinth is put to death by Diaeus.
Ptolemy VIII visits Corinth.
tes, address the Achaeans at Corinth, and are allegedly assaulted the
The Romans capture Corinth.
Corinth, allegedly causing "Corinthian bronze" to be formed: the
ings, brought back from the sack of Corinth, to the cities of Italy.
CIL_2662, the Roman fleet crosses the isthmus of Corinth.
Caesar founds a Roman colony on the site of Corinth.
Agrippa seizes Leucas, Patrae and Corinth.
15 Dinarchus of Corinth was the accuser of Demades, who
uch as the career of the Corinthian Timoleon in Sicily,
says that as you go to Corinth through the district call
in a brazen platter of Corinthian workmanship, of the
tes, with the citadel of Corinth by Antigonus, got drunk
also was Aethiops the Corinthian, as Demetrius of Sceps
Agatharchides the Corinthian, in the twenty-eighth book
our measures; and two of Corinthian workmanship placed on
And the city of Corinth had a large image there, standi
but the capitals were of Corinthian workmanship, adorned
appointed Archias the Corinthian the superintendent of
es, & Nor do I criticise Corinthian chasings, & But keep
But Machon was either a Corinthian or Sicyonian by birth,
aid that the city of the Corinthians was so flourishing
valry & Go to a feast at Corinth, for ten days, & Crowned
Athen_* 08.349-351 *
staying & Some time at Corinth; when an aged woman & One
says that Nicoteles the Corinthian was a man greatly addi
leitarchus says that the Corinthians, and Byzantians, and
devoting themselves to Corinthian mistresses; nor do you
Cercopes:- & I came to Corinth; there I ate with pleasur
lines: & (A) & You know Corinthian Lais? & (B) & To be
nning with the beautiful Corinth, since you have reproache
Andronicus came & From Corinth back again, and heard the
ent his seal to Lais the Corinthian, and desired her to
which place she came to Corinth, having been made a priso
comic poet says in his Corinthians- & If all the men who
addressed to Agemon of Corinth, the father of Alcyone,
heard of an Argive, a Corinthian, or a Theban orator
command Achaia was taken, and Corinth laid waste. He
gave this on the capture of Corinth to the country-
of Thebes; Callippus of Corinth; Poseidonius of Alexandri
was the son of Sostratus and Corinthian in family. Arriv
rchus, son of Sostratus, Corinthian, bring suit against
kings of Lacedaemon and Corinth; [ p225 ] and lastly, tho
monians The kings of the Corinthians Who ruled the sea,
[728 B.C.] - Diocles of Corinth, stadion race 14th [724
Euseb]:Chron_* 203-207 *
[464 B.C.] - Xenophon of Corinth, stadion race 80th [460
ists of the kings of the Corinthians, kings of the Spartan
The kings of the Corinthians are as follows: Aletes -
been done violence at Corinth, after Corinth had been
power and sailed off to Corinth, where he survived as a
(early 2nd century) r: Neileus of Corinth, the son of Ammonios C
(263-236) sp; Chairion of Corinth the son of Neon
the Thebans and Corinthians sent ambassadors to the Lac
states to be summoned to Corinth, to settle the condition
the states to meet at Corinth, he was appointed general
cities to meet them at Corinth, read to them the decree
nemy. The city of Corinth itself was razed to the ground,
ines; or exiles from the Corinthians, or servants and slav
ught over Sicyon, Argos, Corinth, and other states, to the
Philoch_* 131-133 *
except for the Boeotians, the Corinthians and the Eleans.
ION & Mercenary force at Corinth: [Mentioned by] Demosthen
eus being slain at Corinth, the crown descended to his son
gis had joined Aratus at Corinth, in the deliberations abo
it was seen as far as Corinth, and the Corinthians, won
fice which he offered at Corinth, he sent portions of it
lf. There were in Corinth four brothers, natives of Syria
Plut:Arat_* 22-25 *
from Sicyon. The Corinthians readily opened their gates
im, because he then resided at Corinth, which was very nea
whom he took the citadel of Corinth. He says, it was
Plut:Arat_* 38-45 *
ons, nor filled the citadel of Corinth with Illyrian and
strong as the citadel of Corinth, if it were garrisoned,
Plut:Cleom_* 16-21 *
em, and rescued the citadel of Corinth out of their hands.
Ptolemy in Sicyon and Corinth, and offered him a paymen
neia, Argos, Sicyon, and Corinth, he set free from their
leys in the ports of Peiraeus, Corinth, Chalcis, and Pella
friends in Athens and Corinth, desiring them to trust
to the ambassadors of Corinth, and they refused them
his son, Demaratus the Corinthian came to him, and Phili
Plut:Mor_* 190-193 *
to assault the walls of Corinth, and he saw a hare leap
precious stones, and the best Corinthian vessels. Since
ses. And having at Corinth built him a little house, in
Euboeans, Corcyraeans, Corinthians, Boeotians, and many
Plut:Mor_* 849-851 *
tipater, who was then at Corinth; where being put upon the
lataea and Deinarchus of Corinth, who passed for the frien
which is in the territory of Corinth. There he landed
Archidamus was besieging Corinth, disputes broke out betwe
ice, and as a result the Corinthian war soon broke out,
mmanded the Athenians at Corinth against the Thebans, his
Iphicrates was at Corinth, the Lacedaemonians advanced
When Iphicrates was at Corinth, he learned that the supp
tigonus made himself master of Corinth by the following
lemaeus, and to be steering to Corinth. But in the evening
us the victory; for the Corinthians give a crown of parsl
vessel Ariston, the Corinthian general, after a naval
public business of the Corinthians, Cypselus forbade the
Telesinicus the Corinthian fought against the Athenians
ces. There were at Corinth four brothers, who were Syrians
so: Polybius, 12.6]  The Corinthians. The Corinthian
nthias the Boeotian, Cimon the Corinthian, and Alexander
cedemonians & and of the Corinthians & and the other Greek
Alexander went to Corinth and attended there the Isthmian
Alexander travelled from Corinth to & Plataea & (?) the
demonians, conquered the Corinthians, nay more, who routed
you were attacked by the Corinthians, the Macedonians beca
sa, by lake Maeotis; the Corinthian Gulf overwhelmed Helic
(272-260) r period shall be one Corinthian stater per day for
(c. 334/3) stonoös of Corinth, the son of Nikosthenes, co
(c. 207/6) es of half a mina] of Corinthian silver; and like
(184/3) ons was Mnasidamos of Corinth, it was resolved by
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