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+ Peiraeeus , Piraeus
Athenian decree concerning improvements to the agora at Peiraeus.
Nicanor captures Peiraeus, with the collusion of Phocion.
Cassander arrives at Peiraeus with a force provided by Antigonus.
son of Antigonus captures Peiraeus and expels Demetrius of Phaleru
Olympiodorus recaptures the Peiraeus from the Macedonians.
unsuccessful attempt by the Athenians to capture Peiraeus.
a former minister of Lysimachus who had been arrested at Peiraeus.
ratus breaks a truce with the Macedonians by attacking the Peiraeus.
The Macedonian garrison is persuaded to abandon the Peiraeus.
Inconclusive fighting between Archelaus and the Romans at Peiraeus.
Sulla captures Peiraeus, but Archelaus escapes by sea.
ccount of the tyrants of Peiraeus, mentions Glaucon as hav
his own expense to the Peiraeus; and the epigram runs
the ships which came to the Peiraeus belonged to him.
I was coming back from Peiraeus, & In great perplexity
enium & Went down to the Peiraeus to a lover, & Who was
kept Aristagora in the Peiraeus, and Phila at Eleusis,
hose men who live in the Peiraeus have such a low opinion
entured to sail from the Peiraeus, but she traversed all
shipwrecked close to the Peiraeus; and when he had made
nacaea, Philocles of the Peiraeus, Phaedrus of Anaphlystos
Charias and the soldiers of Peiraeus. After overpowerin
aven larger than was the Peiraeus; and in the inner retire
extending down to the Piraeus, and deliver up the ships
(196/5) ed to be Philoxenos of Peiraieus; those who will be
the gate", dedicated when the Peiraeus was fortified. [41
defeated the Thirty at Peiraeus, it was decreed that the
CHOL.AR., PAX.145 & ""In Peiraeus there is the harbour of
tempting to surprise the Peiraeus while there was a truce
made his appearance before the Peiraeus on the 25th day
oposed a decree that the Peiraeus and the fort of Munychia
500 galleys in the ports of Peiraeus, Corinth, Chalcis,
gerous eyesore to the haven of Peiraeus. & To a friend tha
rther, that in the Peiraeus there should be at least three
Zeus the Saviour in the Peiraeus; which decree was first
hould be confined to the Peiraeus, - he cleared himself
two trenches about the Peiraeus; that after the battle
on that subject in the Peiraeus; and for that purpose
ourage the guards of the Peiraeus and the long walls to
had ordered to return to yhr Peiraeus immediately. He
asked the inhabitants of Peiraeus for weapons for a thousa
ely to the market in the Peiraeus, in the hope of catching
(270/69) f the troops from the Peiraieus, and while Demetrio
(320/19) er that the agora at Peiraieus might be furnished
(317) sed the city and [the Peiraieus] to be separated, D
(285/4) e the recovery of the Peiraieus and the freedom of
(273/2) mbly; Hegesilochos of Peiraieus, the son of Kephiso
(c. 252) be commander of the Peiraieus and the other fortr
(184/3) tany, in assembly at Peiraieus; Tauridas of Araphen
(193/2) n he sailed to the Peiraieus on a mission to rep
(c. 191/0) olion, in assembly at Peiraieus; as proposed by Ni
(c. 175/4) on], he sailed to the Peiraieus and gave corn [to
(168/7) posed by Artemon of Peiraieus, the son of Polyme
(190/89) tany], in assembly at Peiraieus; . . . of Ptelea
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