Crannon - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Thessaly, scene of an Athenian defeat in 322 B.C.
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The Macedonians defeat the Greek army near Crannon in Thessaly.
sy. At any rate at Crannon in Thessaly a man who had marri
ocles, a Thessalian from Crannon who had been a bodyguard
drawn by four horses ... of Crannon, in the horse-race
war, and the battle of Crannon, the government was calle
following the defeat at Crannon [322 B.C.], being demande
rth a Pheraean, moved to Crannon a city of Thessaly, where
at dinner with Scopas in Crannon, a city of Thessaly, news
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