Munychia   - in ancient sources @

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  Munychia   - a hill and fortress in Peiraeus, near Athens
322/27 to Antipater, and a Macedonian garrison is installed in Munychia.
319/20 to Athens by Cassander and gains control of the fort at Munychia.
307/22 Demetrius captures and destroys Munychia.
282/38 Antigonus captures and fortifies Munychia.
    Within translations:
Athen_4.168 tterer of the prefect of Munychia; on which account he was
DionHal:Din_2 put down the garrison in Munychia which had been establish
DionHal:Din_3 ary preparations against Munychia and, having razed the
Philoch_66 ary preparations against Munychia and, having razed its
Plut:Arat_34 give up the Peiraeus, Munychia, Salamis, and Sunium to
Plut:Demetr_* 8-10 * good garrison in the fort of Munychia. His adversary,
Plut:Demetr_34 Peiraeus and the fort of Munychia should be delivered up
Plut:Mor_850 nder about the matter of Munychia, when it was surprised
Plut:Phoc_27 receive a garrison into Munychia ; and a fourth, that the
Plut:Phoc_31 Menyllus, and to secure Munychia before the news of his
Plut:Phoc_32 rought his troops out of Munychia and carried his trenches
Polyaen_4.11.2 hat Nicanor, governor of Munychia, was ill-affected to him

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