Tiryns - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an ancient town in Argolis, in the Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Tirynthian , Tirynthians
milk." & B. "The Tirynthian's & who wrestled with the
omedy, tells us that the Tirynthians, being people addicte
drunkenness; and so are the Tirynthians by Ephippus,
and the traditional site of Tiryns and the place called Mantinea.
to Theophrastus by the Tirynthians;  woven fabrics by
instance some small snakes at Tiryns that are said to be
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