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  Actium   - promontory in Acarnania, Greece, site of Octavianus' victory over M.Antonius
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216/14b I_124, a decree of the Acarnanians concerning a festival at Actium.
31/6 avianus occupies a position near Actium; and Agrippa seizes Corcyra.
31/23 ctavianus decisively defeats Antonius in a naval battle near Actium.
31/24 Augustus as sole ruler can be counted from his victory at Actium.
30/3 Octavianus constructs monuments to Apollo and Neptune at Actium.
30/4 Octavianus founds the city of Nicopolis, near Actium.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_11.8 orshippers style him Apollo of Actium. Now when the festiv
Cassiod:Chr_723 nius was defeated by Caesar at Actium. [724] & C. Caesar
CIL_11.623 Citerior for the war of Actium, IIIIvir for applying
ElegMaec_1.51 The very god of Actium {Apollo} smote the lyre with ivo
Euseb]:Chron_169 Egypt in the battle of Actium, and succeeded Cleopatra
Hieron:Chron_1981 our years before the battle of Actium. 186.2 . [1982] M.Va
Hieron:Chron_1986 shipwreck after the battle of Actium. [1989 in Ar.] Some
Hieron:Chron_1988 copolis was founded near Actium, and the Actian Games were
Joseph:BJ_1.364 Now when the war about Actium was begun, Herodes prepare
Joseph:BJ_1.370 .C.}, when the war about Actium was at the height, at the
Joseph:BJ_1.386 was already overcome at Actium by Caesar; yet he was more
Joseph:BJ_1.388 that was given him at Actium; but I gave him the best
Joseph:BJ_1.398 after the first games at Actium, he added to his kingdom
Julian:Caes_326 Egypt in a sea-fight off Actium; I defeated Brutus and Cas
Philip_6.236 relics of the fight at Actium, shelter, like a hive, the
Philip_6.251 ing us with it to the shore of Actium. [6.259] & { G-P 23
Philip_9.553 this reward for the victory of Actium. [9.561] & { G-P 55
Philip_16.52 Corinth, Elis, & Argos, and Actium. But if you enquire
Syll_421 (272-260)   bronze plaques, at Aktion by the magistrates of the
Syll_669 (166-147)   est {hierapolos} of Aktian Apollo; and Kleandro
THI_124 (c. 216)   , with the temple of Aktian Apollo being a common s

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