Isthmus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Isthmus   of Corinth - the isthmus connecting the Peloponnese to the rest of Greece
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285/2 trius is advised not to build a canal across the Corinthian Isthmus.
265/21 killed by Antigonus at the Isthmus; (?) the death of Halcyoneus,
241/16 Agis sets out to join Aratus at the Isthmus.
241/17 Aratus fails to prevent the Aetolians from crossing the Isthmus.
224/7 Antigonus advances to the Isthmus of Corinth.
224/8 olt against Cleomenes, which forces him to retreat from the Isthmus.
146/27 Mummius defeats the Achaeans at the Isthmus.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_15.9   hes Attica on that side of the Isthmus that faces Athens.
Alcaeus_9.588   fall won the three contests at Isthmus. Alone among the
AnthPal_6.233   comb iron-bound - these, Isthmian Poseidon, who delight
AnthPal_7.297   twin parallel shores of the Isthmus. One heap of stones
AnthPal_9.20   formerly, as a colt, at Isthmus ; I, who ran swift as the
AnthPal_9.21   procession at Pytho and Isthmus ; I, who went to the fest
AnthPal_13.5   where did you win? & (1) At Isthmus. And you where? &
Archias_9.19   crowned, and Pisa and Isthmus with its two beaches, is
Athen_13.599   powering love beyond the Isthmus, when he fell in love wit
Bianor_9.308   deep, till it landed on the Isthmus of Corinth. Had the
CIL_1.2662   a fleet was carried over the Isthmus and sent across
Nicand:Al_600   seed of celery from the Isthmus, beneath which the sons
Oros_1.2.30   This place is called the Isthmus and on it is Corinth,
Philip_6.259   race. & A. What race ? & B. At Isthmus and Nemea. & A. He
Plin:HN_4.9   it projects is called the Isthmus. At this place the two
Plin:HN_4.11   miles from Patrae to the Isthmus.
Plin:HN_4.12   {5.}   [12] At the Isthmus begins the province named Achaia.
Plin:HN_4.18   [18] From Scyllaeum to the Isthmus of Corinth is 80 miles.
Plin:HN_4.23   on either side of the Isthmus, as it were on the
Plin:HN_4.24   Phaleron, 55 miles from the Isthmus, and joined by wall to
Plin:HN_6.215   Sicyon, Achaia, Patrae, the Isthmus, Epirus, the northern districts
Plin:HN_7.205   subsequently by Theseus at the Isthmus and by Hercules at Olympia
Plin:HN_35.128   Pausias, Euphranor the Isthmian distinguished himself far
Plut:Arat_16   honour. For the Isthmus of Corinth, which separates the
Plut:Arat_44   immediately with them from the Isthmus to Epidaurus. But
Plut:Cleom_20   naean mountains than the Isthmus, and by the advantage of
Plut:Demetr_25   being assembled at the Isthmus, and a prodigious number
Plut:Demetr_31   them, he steered for the Isthmus, but found his affairs
Plut:Demetr_39   on the other side the Isthmus, he wanted to reduce the
Polyaen_1.9.1   was to make a descent on the Isthmus. The Peloponnesians
Polyaen_5.30.1   planning to fortify the Isthmus, and to withdraw from the
Simonid_13.14   at Delphi, twice at the Isthmus, and fifteen times at Nem
Simonid_13.19   another ; and in holy Isthmus the shore of the Sea-lord
Syll_457   (c. 250)   the artists from the Isthmos and Nemea, when Hiero
Syll_460   who have gathered at the Isthmos and Nemea, priorit
Syll_507   (c. 237/6)   se who travel to the Isthmos and Nemea." { Fo
Syll_690   (c. 135)   ac} Artists from the Isthmos and Nemea about the ga
Syll_704.B   (c. 117) Dionysiac artists from the Isthmos and Nemea dedicates this
Syll_704.H   (c. 117) . the artists from the Isthmos and Nemea . . .
Syll_705   (112)   of the guild at the Isthmos and Nemea shall pay a f
THI_115   (230-225)   ists who [meet] at the Isthmos [and Nemea] may be [
THI_176   (115/4) the Dionysiac artists] from Isthmos and Nemea belonging to t
THI_208   (146) in the battle at the Isthmos :


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