Lydiades - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(or Lydiadas) of Megalopolis - Achaean general, killed in 227 B.C.
Achaean General: Lydiades
Lydiades gives possession of Alipheira to the Eleans.
Lydiades brings Megalopolis into the Achaean League.
Lydiades is elected general of the Achaean League for the first time.
Achaean General: Lydiades (II)
Lydiades is elected general of the Achaean League for the second time
Achaean General: Lydiades (III)
leomenes defeats the Achaeans at Ladoceia, where Lydiades is killed.
lame Aratus for the death of Lydiades, and deny him access to public
sought means to depose Lydiades the Megalopolitan, who
follow the examples of Lydiades, and command so great
fer them to pass. Lydiades, incensed at this order, and
which was in the way, Lydiades, the Megalopolitan, offe
(190-180) the sacred precinct of (?) Lydiadas 10 . . . the de
(c. 228-226) y of Kaphyiai honours Lydiadas son of Eudamos, on a
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