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- an island in the Aegean Sea
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ides drives Aristoteles, the admiral of Cassander, away from Lemnos.
The inhabitants of Lemnos erect temples in honour of Seleucus and Ant
ian decree in honour of a cavalry commander on the island of Lemnos.
letter from Philippus to Athenian cleruchs on the island of Lemnos.
grees to Athenian control of Lemnos, Haliartus, and Delos, which beco
but he is defeated and killed in sea battles off Tenedos and Lemnos.
take thy mother to pleasant Lemnos.  Polydectes the
Athenians who settled in Lemnos were great flatterers, men
say, the Athenians in Lemnos, not only erected temples
Antiphanes, in his Lemnian Women, lays it down that flatte
which they tell, not all Lemnos & nor the excrements of
255'a & The Athenians in Lemnos erect temples to Seleucus
red by pirates, and carried to Lemnos. There the pirates
rrhenians, who inhabited Lemnos and Imbros, were expelled
Pella, and of music the Lemnian Alcippus, of geometry the
(306/5) Eroiadai from Lemnos and Imbros, 3 talents, 36 dr
(c. 315-307) the (?) the Athenians in Lem]nos. It was resolved
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