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  Olympiad   - periods of four years, starting from the Olympic games
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  + Olympiads
Aelian:Fr_2   etna erupted in the 81st Olympiad [456-453 B.C.], Philonom
Apollod:Fr_38   born in the ninety-ninth Olympiad, when Diotrephes was arc
Apollod:Fr_62   ngs of Sparta before the first Olympiad. [63] & Tatian:AdG
Apollod:Fr_63   was 100 years before the first Olympiad. [64] & Plut:Lyc_1
Apollod:Fr_68   was born in the fortieth Olympiad, and reached to the time
Athen_6.272   hundred and fifteenth Olympiad, there was an investigat
Athen_14.635   took place in the twenty-sixth Olympiad [ 676-673 B.C. ],
Athen_15.675   "But in the twenty-third Olympiad 688-685 B.C. Herostratus, a
ChronPasc_440   the third year of the 154th Olympiad. Onias, who was
ChronPasc_457   first year of this 180th Olympiad, and the government of
ChronPasc_464   the second year of the 63rd Olympiad: 1. Jesus, the son
ChronPasc_465   the second year of the [183rd] Olympiad. The intervening
Cic:Rep_2.18   second year of the seventh Olympiad, ** the life of Romulus
Cic:Rep_2.20   his death, in the fifty-sixth Olympiad , ** Simonides was born,
Cic:Rep_2.28   have fallen in the same Olympiad, the sixty-second . ** [29]
Cic:Rep_2.42   year before the first Olympiad ** And Lycurgus, who
Diod_37.2   the hundred and (?) seventieth Olympiad. & Many were the
DiogLaert_7.6   hundred and thirtieth Olympiad [260 B.C.], when Zenon
DiogLaert_7.184   hundred and forty-third Olympiad [208-205 B.C.], as Apoll
DiogLaert_10.14   the hundred and ninth Olympiad, in the archonship of
DiogLaert_10.15   ndred and twenty-seventh Olympiad, in the archonship of
Eratosth:Fr_8   talking about the 116th Olympiad, says: "Astyanax of Mile
Euseb]:Chron_1   of their kings and the Olympiads, which are athletic con
Euseb]:Chron_5   will add a list of the Olympiads, which are recorded by
Euseb]:Chron_53   Sardanapallus until the first Olympiad, there are 67 year
Euseb]:Chron_121   to an end in the 65th Olympiad [520-517 B.C.], in the
Euseb]:Chron_125-131 *   first year of the 65th Olympiad [520 B.C.] [until the
Euseb]:Chron_159   edonia died in the 114th Olympiad [324 B.C.], after reigni
Euseb]:Chron_169   the second year of the 184th Olympiad [43 B.C.]. From
Euseb]:Chron_171   how long The individual Olympiads of the Greeks The early
Euseb]:Chron_177-181 *   (?) 352 years before the first Olympiad [i.e. 1128 B.C.].
Euseb]:Chron_187-193 *   twelfth year, the first Olympiad was held, in which Coroe
Euseb]:Chron_209   12 Olympic crowns over four Olympiads. 158th [148 B.C.]
Euseb]:Chron_219-241 *   time The record of the Olympiads which we have found end
Euseb]:Chron_245-265 *   second year of the 114th Olympiad [323 B.C.] until the fif
Euseb]:Chron_275   which was the seventh Olympiad, when Daïcles of Messene
Euseb]:Chron_281   year before the first Olympiad [814 B.C.]; Lucius Cinci
Euseb]:Chron_283   second year of the 7th Olympiad [751 B.C.], which was
Euseb]:Chron_291-295 *   became its king in the seventh Olympiad [752-749 B.C.].
Euseb]:Chron_67-71 *   Sardanapallus until the first Olympiad, there are 40 year
ExcBarb_44A-48 *   for 647 years, until the 153rd Olympiad. - - - - - [46A]
FGrH_255.1   [1] [In the 106th Olympiad ... in the second year
FGrH_255.10   [10] In the 115th Olympiad [320 B.C.] Damasias of Amphipo
FGrH_255.11   [11] In the 116th Olympiad [316 B.C.] Demosthenes of Laco
FGrH_255.2-8 *   [2] In the 107th Olympiad [352 B.C.] Smicrinas [of Taren
FGrH_257a.1   ercenaries. 121[st Olympiad] [Victors in the Olympic games
Hieron:Chron_1848   help of his sons, in the 153rd Olympiad. 153rd OLYMPIAD
Hieron:Chron_1853   laws of the Jews, in the 154th Olympiad. 154.3 * . [1855]
Hieron:Chron_1885   he returned home in the 162nd Olympiad. 162.3 * . [1887]
Hieron:Chron_1983   der Dareius, in the 65th Olympiad, up until Hyrcanus in
Hieron:Chron_2044   Persians [ "in the 65th Olympiad" - Ar.], up until the
Hieron:Chron_2047   admirable account of the Olympiads, writes about this as
Joseph:AJ_12.248   hundred and fifty-third Olympiad, that the king came up
Joseph:AJ_12.321   hundred fifty and third Olympiad: but it was dedicated
Joseph:AJ_13.236   the hundred and sixty-second Olympiad. [237] And when
Joseph:AJ_14.4   dred and seventy-seventh Olympiad, when Quintus Hortensius
Joseph:AJ_14.66   undred and seventy-ninth Olympiad, when Caius Antonius and
Joseph:AJ_14.389   undred and eighty-fourth Olympiad, when Caius Domitius Cal
Joseph:AJ_14.487   hundred eighty and fifth Olympiad, on the third month, on
Joseph:AJ_15.109   hundred and eighty seventh Olympiad, where Caesar and Antony
Joseph:BJ_1.415   hundred ninety-second Olympiad {12-9 B.C.}; in which
Memn_12   beginning of the 17th Olympiad [712/11 B.C.] and was
Oros_2.4   of Troy, in the sixth Olympiad 756-753 B.C. (which is a
Oros_2.8   This was in the seventy-fourth Olympiad 484-481 B.C. that is, in
Oros_2.13   is, in the (?) ninety-fifth Olympiad, the potestas of the consuls
Phlegon:Fr_9   tates that, in the 124th Olympiad, Lysimachus the Macedoni
Phlegon:Fr_12   PHOTIUS] About the 177th Olympiad See the translation of
Plin:HN_33.83   Delphi about the (?) 70th Olympiad {500-497 BC} So great were
Plin:HN_34.7   be easy to turn the Olympiads into the years since the
Plin:HN_34.49   later, in the 87th Olympiad {432-429 there were Hagelades,
Plin:HN_34.50   In the 95th Olympiad {400-397 flourished Naucydes,
Plin:HN_34.52   revived again in the 156th Olympiad {156-153 BC} when there were
Plin:HN_35.54   the first in the 90th Olympiad {420-417 BC} although it is
Plin:HN_35.55   Candaules died in the 18th Olympiad {708-705 BC} or, according to
Plin:HN_35.78   [78] In the 107th Olympiad {352-349 Aetion and Therimachus also
Plin:HN_35.79   he dates in the 112th Olympiad {332-329 BC} He is singly
Plin:HN_35.128   all others, in the 104th Olympiad {364-361 BC} he has also
Plin:HN_35.133   people put in the 112th Olympiad. {332-329 BC}
Plin:HN_35.58-61 *   and before the 90th Olympiad {420-417 there were other
Plin:HN_36.9   approximately in the 50th Olympiad {580-577 BC} They made
Plin:HN_36.11   been alive in the 60th Olympiad {540-537 BC} Now if we
Plin:HN_36.15   with Pheidias in the 83rd Olympiad {448-445 BC} that is, about
Plin:HN_36.30   second year of the 107th Olympiad {351 BC} These artists were
Plin:HN_36.47   second year of the 107th Olympiad {351 and in the 403rd
Plut:Mor_835   in the seventy-eighth Olympiad, when Theogenides was
Plut:Mor_836   born in the eighty-sixth Olympiad, Lysimachus being archon
Syll_557   (after 208/7)   ear before the 140th Olympiad, in which Hagesidamos
THI_11.A   (c. 20) } races], in the 190th Olympiad 
Vit:Arat_1   was [king] in the 125th Olympiad [280-277 B.C.], at which
Vit:Arat_4   in about the (?) 125th Olympiad [280-277 B.C.], when Pto

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