Megara   - in ancient sources @

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  Megara   - a city on the isthmus of Corinth, Greece
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  + Megarian , Megarians , Megaric
308/16 philosopher Stilpon to leave Megara and come to Egypt with him, but
307/17 Demetrius captures Megara.
273/10 Amphictyons in honour of Cephalion and Boïdiŏn of Megara.
265/18 Antigonus Gonatas captures Megara.
243/14 Aratus persuades Megara, Troezen, and Epidaurus to join the Achaean
234/4 Syll_471, recording Megarian arbitration in a dispute between Epidaur
192/3 Megara defects from the Boeotians and joins the Achaean League.
172/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Democritus of Megara
48/62 general of Caesar, captures Megara and subdues the rest of Greece.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_81   says that someone went down to Megara carrying a belt full
Aelian:NA_11.14   tigonus* was besieging Megara a female elephant of the
Aelian:NA_11.27   directed against the people of Megara. The people of Magne
Aelian:NA_11.28   drove out the people of Megara, wasps the people of Phase
Aelian:NA_16.36   tell what happened at Megara when the Megarians were
AnthPal_7.154   an image common to the Megarians and the Argives, the
AnthPal_12.129   of Corinth and tombstones of Megara announce the same.
Athen_6.262   istory of the Affairs of Megara- "Around the islands calle
Athen_7.281   rfumed most sweetly. & Let the Megarians sell and boil the
Athen_8.350   that he had a chorus at Megara, "You are joking," said
Athen_10.414   says that Herodorus, the Megarian trumpeter, was a man thr
Athen_11.467   in Irregular says that the Megarians give this term to cups,
Athen_12.533   with Aspasia, the courtesan from Megara, and spent the greater part
Athen_13.559   that, too, though the Megarian poet [ Theognis_457 ]
Athen_13.570   carried away from her by the Megarians. & For some young
Athen_13.589   esent they are come from Megara, & But they by birth are
Athen_13.596   But Nicarete of Megara, who was a courtesan, was not
Athen_14.659   son was a comic actor, a Megarian by birth, who invented
Athen_15.683     Which the Megarian Nisaea displays:
Callim:Epigr_27   Greek proverb about the Megarians, which is discussed in
Callim:Hec_288   legendary king of Megara, had a lock of purple hair, on
Cic:Acad_2.129   school was that of the Megarians, whose founder, as I see
DiogLaert_7.161   great many names, as the Megaric philosophers did; but def
DiogLaert_7.187   in, if a man is in Megara, he is not in Athens; but there
DiogLaert_10.27   nst the Doctrines of the Megarians; Problems; Fundamental
DionHal:Din_3   honship, the city of the Megarians was captured; then Deme
Euseb]:Chron_185   into exile, and became king of Megara. The deeds of Europa
Euseb]:Chron_195   [720 B.C.] - Orsippus of Megara, stadion race A long race
Euseb]:Chron_197   [652 B.C.] - Cratinus of Megara, stadion race At these gam
Euseb]:Chron_209   B.C.] - Democritus of Megara, stadion race 153rd [168
Just_2.7   etween the Athenians and Megarians, concerning their respe
Just_2.8   After a time, the Megarians, cherishing the remembrance
Just_13.5   be living in exile at Megara, 10 and learning that Hype
Memn_12   founded by settlers from Megara at the beginning of the
Nicand:Ge_74   the roses of Nisaea by Megara; neither is Phaselis nor
Philoch_66   [307/6], the city of the Megarians was captured; and King
Philoch_121   ing in the little spark of the Megarian decree". Philochor
Philoch_155   Athenians against the Megarians, regarding the holy org
Plin:HN_4.19   starting at the Gulf of Megara washes the whole coast of
Plin:HN_4.23   miles in length, Gerania, Megara and Eleusis; [24] formerly
Plin:HN_4.57   Methurides in the Bay of Megara 4 miles; while Aegila is
Plin:HN_6.215   of the Cyclades, Athens, Megara, Corinth, Sicyon, Achaia, Patrae,
Plin:HN_37.118   also an 'iaspis' that resembles Megarian salt and is stained as
Plut:Agis_13   route through the territory of Megara, and enter the Pelop
Plut:Arat_24   iate consequences ; the Megarians revolted from Antigonus
Plut:Arat_31   them on the confines of Megara ; and Agis, king of the
Plut:Demetr_9   city, and then sailed to Megara, where Cassander had anoth
Plut:Demetr_30   hey had conducted her to Megara with a proper retinue, and
Plut:Demetr_39   too, and the cities of Megara and Athens on the other
Plut:Mor_190   & To an inhabitant of Megara, that in a parley spoke
Plut:Mor_835   kept for execution, fled to Megara and there lived. But
Plut:Mor_848   mmer time, to go from hence to Megara. About noon, when
Plut:Mor_851   Euboeans, Corinthians, Megarians, Achaeans, Locrians,
Plut:Phoc_15   ome time after this, the Megarians applied to him privatel
Plut:Phoc_37   the burning of it in those of Megara. A woman of Megara,
Polyaen_1.20.1   been engaged against the Megarians for the island of Salam
Polyaen_1.20.2   war between Athens and Megara for the possession of Sala
Polyaen_4.6.3   At the siege of Megara, Antigonus brought his elephants
Polyaen_5.5.1   led colonists there from Megara, with the intention of set
Polyaen_5.5.2   llowing stratagem to expel the Megarians from the city.
PsCallisth_2.2   nay more, who routed the Megarians, made war on the Phocia
Simonid_13.19   Thebes, and the land of Megara ; and in Phlius, winning
Syll_331   (after 306)   izen of the city of Megara, himself and his desce
Syll_378   (c. 287)   s awarded to Timon of Megara, the son of Agathon,
Syll_389   (282)   ors : Theodoros of Megara, Themistonax of Paros,
Syll_417   (272)   inas, and Phainion of Megara, the son of Kallikles,
Syll_424   (256/5 or 254/3)   Epichoros ; Damon of Megara, the son of Eudemos Fl
Syll_485   (soon after 235/4)   Crete Kalligeitos of Megara Zoïlos of Thessaly
Syll_489   (c. 234)   eithes ; Diphilos of Megara, the son of Phrastor P
Syll_642   (c. 174-159)   n [for] the people of Megara, [leaving] nothing t
Syll_653   (c. 165)   den crown the city of Megara, with a wreath of la
THI_1   (B.C.) who were staying here from Megara and Aigosthena . . .
ValMax_4.1e.3   tyrant Dionysius, and went to Megara. There he went to visit

  Megara 2   Hyblaea - a city on the east coast of Sicily
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Athen_14.659   indeed a Megarian, but from Megara in Sicily, and not
Plin:HN_3.89   are the towns of Leontini, Megaris, the river Pantacyes, the colony
Polyaen_1.27.3   overthrow the state of Megara, Gelon invited over to Sic
Polyaen_5.47.1   ontini, in a war against Megara concerning the boundaries

  Megara 3   - a district of Carthage
147/6 Scipio breaks into the Megara district of Carthage.

  Megara 4   - daughter of Creon; wife of Heracles
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PsCallisth_1.46 mad and in his rage & Smote Megara, his wife, with arro

  Megara 5   - mother of Ixion
AnthPal_3.12 for their murder of his mother Megara. They slew her out

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