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  Megalopolis   - a city in Arcadia, Greece
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  + Megalopolitan , Megalopolitans
318/30 Polyperchon fails to capture Megalopolis.
314/5 sition to an amnesty for the survivors of the battle of Megalopolis.
310/21 Agathocles captures Megalopolis and Tunis.
255/12 is killed while attacking Megalopolis; Leonidas II becomes regent.
251/8 temple and other dedications made by Aristodemus at Megalopolis.
251/9 Aristodemus the tyrant of Megalopolis is assassinated in a plot organ
251/10 The Spartans attack Megalopolis, but their siege machines are destroy
234/3 Lydiades brings Megalopolis into the Achaean League.
229/7 Cleomenes of Sparta seizes Belbina, on the border with Megalopolis.
227/16 Cleomenes invades the territory of Megalopolis.
226/2 The Megalopolitans send an embassy to Antigonus, with the consent of
223/7 Cleomenes enters Megalopolis in a surprise attack, but is forced out
223/13 nes raises extra troops by freeing helots, and captures Megalopolis.
221/10 is appointed by Antigonus to draw up a legal code at Megalopolis.
220/6 aptures Clarium, a fort near Megalopolis which had been occupied
217/14 Aratus puts an end to civil dissension at Megalopolis.
192/4 Diophanes of Megalopolis serves under Philopoemon in the fighting aga
188/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Arcesilaus of Megalopolis.
182/9 Syll_624, a decree of Megalopolis in honour of Philopoemon.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_79 Ap_2.83] & Polybius of Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadoci
Athen_06.246 Agesarchus, a native of Megalopolis, in the second book
Athen_06.272 imself, (and Polybius of Megalopolis attacks him for the
Athen_12.554 n;ι; as Cercidas of Megalopolis says in his Iambics,
Euseb]:Chron_209 B.C.] - Arcesilaus of Megalopolis, stadion race 149th
Inscr_64 (263-236)   itos and Hagiadas of Megalopolis the sons of Kleoda
Joseph:AJ_12.135 testimony of Polybius of Megalopolis; for thus does he spe
Joseph:AJ_12.358 wonder at Polybius of Megalopolis, who, though otherwis
Joseph:AJ_12.359 gned by this Polybius of Megalopolis is nearer the truth
Lucian:Macr_22 ius, son of Lycortas, of Megalopolis, while coming in from
Phylarch_55 &# The inhabitants of Megalopolis refuse to join Cleome
Phylarch_56 booty, after the capture of Megalopolis. [57] & MAXIMUS
Plut:Agis_3 amus, and being slain at Megalopolis by Antipater, and lea
Plut:Arat_5 elus an Arcadian banished from Megalopolis. The latter was
Plut:Arat_30 to depose Lydiades the Megalopolitan, who had assumed
Plut:Arat_36 ering the territories of Megalopolis, he marched to reliev
Plut:Cleom_4 spute between the Spartans and Megalopolitans. Cleomenes
Plut:Cleom_12 of which he entered the Megalopolitan territories, where
Plut:Cleom_23 ected enterprise. Megalopolis was at that time as great
Plut:Cleom_26 lecting that the ruin of Megalopolis was dictated rather
Plut:Cleom_29 oman who was a native of Megalopolis and freeborn, and had
Plut:Cleom_37 that scaled the walls of Megalopolis, when it was taken
SEG_52.447 (190-180)   damos . . . [the city] of Megalopolis . . . Attalus
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   haean] League, the Megalopolitans at first wanted
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   edonia Aristodamos of Megalopolis Nikokles of Ph
Syll_509 (225 or 221)   psode: Eurybios of Megalopolis, the son of Lykiskos
Syll_559 (c. 207/6)   assadors have come to Megalopolis from [the people
Syll_588 (190-180)   : & Achaean League: & Megalopolis: & [Antigoneia
Syll_625 (183)   ours Philopoimen of Megalopolis, the son of Krau
Syll_626 (after 182)   n honours Lykortas of Megalopolis, the son of Thear
Syll_653 (c. 165)   den crown the city of Megalopolis, with a golden c
Syll_659 (c. 165/4)   law; since Nikon of Megalopolis, the son of Nikias,
Syll_665 (164)   tories [with the people] of Megalopolis . . . after
Syll_686 (soon after 146)   Elis honours Polybios of Megalopolis, the son of Ly

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