Naupactus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the northern coast of the Corinthian Gulf, Greece
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_380, a decree of Cassandreia in honour of Androbolus of Naupactus.
_422, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Mentor of Naupactus.
Peace terms are agreed at Naupactus between the Aetolians and Philipp
Syll_553a, a decree of Delphi in honour of Philleas of Naupactus.
ioned place they went to Naupactus in Aetolia where there
the Gulf of Corinth are Naupactus, Eupalimna, and inland Pleuron and
racleidae had a fleet at Naupactus; and that although they
sailing in the Paralus near Naupactus. He took advantag
enians had anchored near Naupactus with twenty ships, in
(272-260) etary: Neoptolemos of Naupaktos Commanders of the p
(230-215) las: since Boukris of Naupaktos, the son of Daitas,
(270-230) bably residents of Naupaktos in Aetolia.} →
(c. 222/1) lved by the people of Naupaktos to maintain their e
(214/3) alos Nikostratos of Naupaktos, the son of Nikostr
(c. 206/5) n Agelaos of Naupaktos was general for the sec
(203/2) hissa, Philleas of [Naupaktos], Lamios of Oikyle
(190) erties of: Pyrrhos of Naupaktos Archelaos of Plygo
(263-236) onsor: Neoptolemos of Naupaktos
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