Pellene - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Achaea, in the Peloponnese, Greece
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The cruelty of Chaeron, the tyrant of Pellene.
The Aetolians capture Pellene, but are expelled by Aratus.
eomenes, along with Caphyae, Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epida
hought of; as Chaeron of Pellene, who was not only a pupil
[512 B.C.] - Phanas of Pellene, stadion race Phanas was
(263-236) sp; Pyrros of Pellene the son of Phil
between the valley of Pellene and Mount Taygetus, as
their march they had seized Pellene, he was no longer
there, he turned against Pellene, dislodged the Achaean
still continues in Sicyon and Pellene. Attalus' home page
aea, where he first took Pellene by surprise, and dislodge
the gates, that faced Pellene, and the fleet at the sam
uring the siege of Pellene, which was conducted by the Aet
(256/5 or 254/3) andrios ; Kallias of Pellene, the son of Polyxenos
(214/3) tors were:] . . ., . . . of Pellene, . . .of (?) Pe
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