Metapontum   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Metapontum   - a Greek colony on the coast of Lucania, Italy
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  + Metapontines , Metapontium
303/11 Tarentum, and takes two hundred maidens as hostages from Metapontum.
    Within translations:
Athen_11.479   the temple of the Metapontines at Olympia writes as
Athen_13.605   rwards torn to pieces at Metapontum, by the soothsayers,
Athen_14.614   And Parmeniscus of Metapontum, as Semus tells us in the
Just_12.2   reaties and alliances with the Metapontines, Poediculi,
Oros_5.24   by way of Consentia and Metapontum, they collected huge forces in
Plin:HN_3.97   Casuentum, and the town of Metapontum, at which the third region
Polyaen_5.2.22   ily, sent ambassadors to Metapontum and other Italian stat
THI_64   (263-236)   ;   Theodoros of Metapontion the son of Pasikl
ValMax_4.1e.1   Tarentum immersed himself at Metapontum in the precepts of
ValMax_8.7e.2   the results of his studies. Metapontum beheld his funeral pyre with
ValMax_8.15e.1   the opulent city [ of Metapontum ], which had venerated him


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