Ithaca - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a small island off the west coast of Greece
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Agathocles attacks Ithaca.
Inscr_6, graffiti of Epaphroditus in Ithaca.
Neither Pylos nor Ithaca can claim to have had sons as
and the deeds of Odysseus of Ithaca. Blessed among the
to receive thy son in Ithaca ; but now he marvels, seei
anormus that faces rough Ithaca, grant that I may sail to
'to the rich land of Ithaca,' and the nurse (served him)
hed to thinness, and set Ithaca in the strains of song for
called Aleter also in Ithaca, as Aristoxenus relates
of even the suitors in Ithaca; and that anyone who did
islands called the Isles of Ithaca, from the watch-tower of Ulysses
and Zacynthus, both free, Ithaca, Dulichium, Same, and Crocyle.
Araxus is 15 miles. Off Ithaca in the open sea are
the miraculous against luxury. In Ithaca imported hares die on the
one sails to Leucas from Ithaca. It is found as a
ome inhabitants of Ithaca complained of his mariners, that
(c. 207/6) ies of the city of Ithaka, have sent as envoys and
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