Croton - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Bruttium
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Sostratus and Heracleides are sent with a Syracusan army to Croton.
Agathocles goes to Croton and Tarentum, but is forced to leave both
The people of Croton make peace with the Bruttii, and defeat a group
Agathocles captures Croton, and slaughters its male inhabitants.
The Romans capture Croton.
The Carthaginians capture Locri and Croton.
lturnum, Liternum, Salernum, Buxentum, Sipontum, Tempsa, and Croton.
it. And Milon of Croton, as Theodorus of Hierapolis tell
was in the district of Croton, he one day was very thirs
my side." And once, at Croton, some Sybarites were stand
reported of the inhabitants of Croton or Sybaris. "Accordi
[588 B.C.] - Glycon of Croton, stadion race Pythagoras
in Ar.] The Romans captured Croton. 124.3 * . 
our scholars: Orpheus of Croton, Zopyrus of Heracleia, Ono
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