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  Peloponnese   - the large peninsula forming the southern part of Greece
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  + Peloponnesian , Peloponnesians , Peloponnesus
323/59 Demosthenes persuades some Peloponnesian cities to join in the war
317/15 Cassander invades the Peloponnese, and the Spartans build walls round
315/4a Cassander invades the Peloponnese, and wins over Argos and most of
315/15 is sent by Antigonus to the Peloponnese, and gives help to Polyperch
315/18 Cassander invades the Peloponnese.
313/2 Antigonus sends Telesphorus with a fleet to the Peloponnese.
310/18 Ptolemy, a general in the Peloponnese, defects from Antigonus.
303/14 then Bura, Scyrus, Orchomenus, and other cities in the Peloponnese.
272/3 Pyrrhus' expedition to the Peloponnese is the starting point of Phyla
272/28 Antigonus gains control of cities in the Peloponnese.
239/2 uddenly appear at Aedepsus in Euboea and Methana in the Peloponnese.
222/19 honours given to Antigonus in the Peloponnese annoy the Achaeans.
222/31 Antigonus sends his ward Philippus to visit the Peloponnese.
220/5 tolian acts of aggression in Epirus, Acarnania, and the Peloponnese.
220/29 The Aetolian army leaves the Peloponnese.
219/42 set up a practice at Rome, after moving there from the Peloponnese.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_7 old at the start of the Peloponnesian war; Herodotus was
Athen_05.217 the third year of the Peloponnesian war, in the archons
Athen_09.369 reatise on the Cities in Peloponnese, says that turnips
Athen_13.569 n_524 ], saying that the Peloponnesian war was excited by
Athen_13.589 seen her clothed in the Peloponnesian fashion (for she
Athen_13.609 beautiful of all the women in Peloponnese. And the Laceda
Euseb]:Chron_171 and of Asia. The Peloponnese was originally called Aegia
Euseb]:Chron_179 the first ruler of the Peloponnese, and he organised the
Euseb]:Chron_185 idae returned and occupied the Peloponnese. Codrus, the
Euseb]:Chron_189 the Heracleidae to the Peloponnese [1103 B.C.]; there
Euseb]:Chron_203 During this [Olympiad], the Peloponnesian war began.
Euseb]:Chron_219 all the nations in the Peloponnese, except the Arcadians
Euseb]:Chron_227 and from the rest of the Peloponnese, in order to lead an
Euseb]:Chron_269 eks, originally from the Peloponnese, who came as colonist
FGrH_252.B 11 From when the Peloponnesian war began; and Thucydides
Just_3.6 set the people of the Peloponnesus to make war on the
Just_4.4 eir troops. 12 The Peloponnesians again, by a general reso
Just_25.4 led his army into the Peloponnesus, he was met by embas
Just_26.1 sia and Greece; for the Peloponnesians were betrayed into
Just_13.5 thenians to persuade the Peloponnesians to join in the war
Phylarch_T1 of Epirus against the Peloponnese in 28 books, and take
Plut:Agis_* 13-15 * itory of Megara, and enter the Peloponnese. Aratus, genera
Plut:Agis_21 Dorians first inhabited the Peloponnese. The majesty
Plut:Arat_13 ith him on his return to Peloponnesus, and he paid the res
Plut:Arat_16 oins our land to that of Peloponnesus ; and when there is
Plut:Arat_24 ion beyond the bounds of Peloponnesus, Aratus overran Atti
Plut:Arat_31 Gerania, and to enter Peloponnesus without the least
Plut:Arat_38 es, and not have brought Peloponnesus into a state of barb
Plut:Arat_39 confusion about him; all Peloponnesus was in a tottering
Plut:Arat_46 ared his successor, into Peloponnesus; having first instru
Plut:Arat_50 inted that he would have Peloponnesus entirely in subjecti
Plut:Arat_51 his wish, he returned to Peloponnesus, and tried once more
Plut:Cleom_3 administration, to reduce all Peloponnesus to one body.
Plut:Cleom_* 16-21 * ble, who only desired to bring Peloponnesus back to its
Plut:Cleom_26 of the Macedonians and Peloponnesians, and all the treas
Plut:Cleom_27 at the beginning of the Peloponnesian war, when the allie
Plut:Cleom_33 of the mercenaries are Peloponnesians, who, upon a nod
Plut:Cleom_34 ion that then reigned in Peloponnesus, he desired only a
Plut:Demetr_25 afterwards passed into Peloponnesus, where he found no
Plut:Demetr_33 and in the meantime entered Peloponnesus, and laid sieg
Plut:Demetr_36 from Epirus and Demetrius from Peloponnesus. Pyrrhus arri
Plut:Demetr_39 as he had great part of Peloponnesus too, and the cities
Plut:Mor_179 eing enraged because the Peloponnesians, to whom he had
Plut:Mor_190 Archidamus, in the Peloponnesian war, when his allies requ
Plut:Mor_193 supply his army he invaded the Peloponnese. & Another time
Plut:Mor_197 head by thrusting it out of Peloponnese. & When King
Plut:Mor_839 ourished after the Peloponnesian war, as we may conjecture
Plut:Mor_841 olyeuctus in an embassy to the Peloponnese and other citie
Plut:Mor_851 oney, he obtained of the Peloponnesians that they should
Plut:Phoc_29 remain in Greece and settle in Peloponnese. Of this number
Polyaen_01.6.1 the government of the Peloponnese, and decided to divid
Polyaen_01.9.1 structions to inform the Peloponnesians that the Heracleid
Polyaen_01.18.1 the Athenians and the Peloponnesians, the oracle declar
Polyaen_01.46.1 In a war with the Peloponnesians, the Lacedaemonians suff
Polyaen_* 02.3.4-7 * Epaminondas invaded the Peloponnese, he found the enemy
Polyaen_02.35.1 irate from Pherae in the Peloponnese, had by frequent raid
Polyaen_03.1.2 mphilochians against the Peloponnesians, he encamped in
Polyaen_04.14.1 rage his men against the Peloponnesians, who were in posse
Polyaen_05.2.4 her, he banished him to the Peloponnese. Dionysius,
Polyaen_05.30.1 Greeks, who lived outside the Peloponnese. Chileus observ
Polyaen_06.6.2 an expedition into the Peloponnese, received with great
Polyaen_06.23.1 board, sailed from the Peloponnese to the assistance of
PsCallisth_1.13 lcippus, of geometry the Peloponnesian Menippus, of rhetori
PsCallisth_2.2 'He overthrew the Peloponnesians.' He himself did not,
PsCallisth_2.3 by Alexander. The Peloponnesians (he says) were not defea
SEG_25.149 (c. 303/2)   the affairs of the Peloponnese, and he [immediately
SEG_28.60 (270/69)   s approaching from the Peloponnese to attack the ci
SEG_48.1330 (c. 128-100)   men from the land of Apis {Peloponnese}. [And Anth
Syll_310 (323/2)   the cities in the Peloponnese in its friendship
Syll_399 (278/7)   krates Dorians in the Peloponnese : Diketas of Sik
Syll_482 (269/8)   onymos Dorians in the Peloponnese: Lyandros of Ai
Syll_665 (164)   eidai returned to the Peloponnese; and [the oath]


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