Munychia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a hill and fortress in Peiraeus, near Athens
to Antipater, and a Macedonian garrison is installed in Munychia.
to Athens by Cassander and gains control of the fort at Munychia.
Demetrius captures and destroys Munychia.
Antigonus captures and fortifies Munychia.
tterer of the prefect of Munychia; on which account he was
put down the garrison in Munychia which had been establish
ary preparations against Munychia and, having razed the
to the Piraeus and fortified Munychia. That place the tyrants twice
ary preparations against Munychia and, having razed its
give up the Peiraeus, Munychia, Salamis, and Sunium to
Peiraeus and the fort of Munychia should be delivered up
good garrison in the fort of Munychia. His adversary,
nder about the matter of Munychia, when it was surprised
receive a garrison into Munychia ; and a fourth, that the
Menyllus, and to secure Munychia before the news of his
rought his troops out of Munychia and carried his trenches
hat Nicanor, governor of Munychia, was ill-affected to him
(122/1) race into the harbour at Mounichia, 30 and likewise at the
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