Malea - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a cape on the south-east coast of the Peloponnese, Greece
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treasures back to Rome, but the ship carrying them sinks near Malea.
the blind cliffs of Cape Malea when he was turning it were
the lonely woodland of Malea, you saw this tomb of Derxi
age for you : 'Pan, Pan, go to Malea & ; to the mountain
rose high as the headland of Malea drove you on to the
they were doubling Cape Malea on their return from Troy,
bounded by the promontory of Malea.
190 miles across from Cape Malea to the town of Aegium
lies 5 miles from Cape Malea, which is dangerous to circumnavigate
miles, and at Cadistus from Malea in the Peloponnese 80; at
of the Cyclades, Gythium, Malea, Argos, Laconia, Elis, Olympia
that I have rounded Cape Malea and have made my way with
ount Taygetus, as far as Malea and Sellasia, were to be
above the promontory of Malea, in hopes of taking the sho
by some Cilician pirates near Malea. When they demanded
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