Epidaurus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in the north-east of the Peloponnese, Greece
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Romans summon the god Aesculapius from Epidaurus, to stop a plague.
persuades Megara, Troezen, and Epidaurus to join the Achaean League.
ing Megarian arbitration in a dispute between Epidaurus and Corinth.
Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epidaurus, Hermione, and Troezen.
P.Valerius takes hostages from Epidaurus.
Callo of Epidaurus changes sex as the result of surgery.
IG_4(2).1.63, a decree of Epidaurus in honour of Archelochus.
oils the temples at Olympia, Epidaurus, and Delphi, and steals other
daughter of Procles of Epidaurus, when he had seen her
temple of Aesculapius at Epidaurus, and the famous temple
[712 B.C.] - Polus of Epidaurus, stadion race 18th [708
[608 B.C.] - Cleon of Epidaurus, stadion race 44th [604
A.D.] - Apollonius of Epidaurus, stadion race 204th [37
(175-172) tes; and from Epidauros: Damokles son of Kal
[A] & Isyllus of Epidaurus, the son of Socrates, dedicat
be best in this city of Epidaurus, those who have in thei
you who dwell in this sacred Epidaurus. For thus the mes
60 To them from Epidaurus Asclepius came as a helper,
; the Troezenians and Epidaurians too ranged themselves
with them from the Isthmus to Epidaurus. But the people
ded the Troezenians, the Epidaurians, and Hermionians to
had from Antigonus, sailed to Epidaurus. But Aristoteles
harbour. 39 & At Epidaurus Iphicrates drew up his army
quantity of spoils at Epidaurus, Iphicrates retreated
(333-323) se inscription from Epidauros honours the same Gorg
(c. 300) olved by the Epidaurians to grant to the Astypal
(c. 300) city of the Epidaurians has crowned Kleombrot
(270) enians: Hieronymos Epidaurians: Laphilos Since E
Ammonius of Alexandria - victor in the stadion race at the Olympic Games, 137 A.D.
race 229th [137 A.D.] - Epidaurus Ammonius of Alexandria,
- in documents
(155/4) Hermos, the son of Epidauros Aristobulos of Halai,
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