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  Leucas   - an island off the west coast of Greece
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  + Leucadia , Leucadian , Leucadians
197/13 L.Flamininus defeats the Acarnanians at Leucas.
31/11 Agrippa seizes Leucas, Patrae and Corinth.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_11.8   in the island of Leucas there is a high promontory on
Athen_4.146   and not Philoxenus tho Leucadian,) mentions the followin
Athen_6.253   etrius when he came from Leucas and Corcyra to Athens, not
Athen_8.351   m-pit of Greece; and the Leucadians were Stale Corinthians
Athen_13.589   &# And Tigris of Leucadia was the mistress of Pyrrhus
Athen_13.606   hilosopher. And in Leucadia (according to a story told by
Athen_14.619   this disaster took place near Leucas. And the poet has
Cic:Tusc_4.41   throw himself headlong from Leucas, persuaded that he could
CIL_1.613   took this as booty from Leucas; he likewise made a
Malal_197   tle close to the land of Leucas; he killed them, and took
Philip_6.251   on the sheer height of Leucas visible from afar to sailo
Philip_9.553   by Augustus To replace Leucas, and fertile Ambracia, and
Plin:HN_4.5   come to the coast of Leucadia and Cape Leucates, and then
Plin:HN_4.52   the two Subotae islands towards Leucadia both 5 miles away from
Plin:HN_4.53   of Ulysses was changed. Off Leucadia and Aetolia are a very
Plin:HN_36.150   far from the island of Leucas in Taphiusa, a district that
Plin:HN_37.106   found also in Epirus near Leucas and in Egypt; and these
Polyaen_3.10.12   admiral Nicolochus at Leucas, he ordered the crews of
Polyaen_3.10.17   Lacedaemonian fleet at Leucas, and destroyed several of
Polyaen_3.10.4   and Lacedaemonians at Leucas, Timotheus commanded the
Polyaen_5.36.1   When Dorotheus of Leucas, in a single ship, was pursued
Schol:Bob_95   by sea floods, such as Leucadia, Antirrhio, the Hellespo
SelPap_3.113   extinguished. - Hail, Lord of Leucas, one and only noble president
Syll_421   (272-260)   ktorion, Polykles of Leukas Hipparch: Hippolaos of
THI_124   (c. 216)   ral - all of them from Leukas - and Simon of Phokre
THI_160.C   [C]   Decree of the Leukadians.

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