Heraea - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Arcadia, in the Peloponnese of Greece
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Cleonymus founds the city of Heraea, and settles it with the inhabita
The Achaeans capture Heraea in Arcadia.
Antigonus captures Mantineia, Heraea and Telphusa.
the winner was Damaretus of Heraea. 66th [516 B.C.] -
it, he marched against Heraea and Alsaea, two cities bel
to capture the city of Heraea by a regular siege, but
(c. 207/6) nea Pellane Phiala Heraia Alea Psophis Kynaitha
(c. 165) den crown the city of Heraia, with a golden crown
- a festival in honour of Hera at Argos
home of Hera. * & i.e. in the Heraea at Argos. The dialog
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