Opus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Locris, Greece
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THI_152, a decree of Delphi honouring three judges from Opous.
[500 B.C.] - Nicasias of Opus, stadion race 71st [496 B.C.
sea; and the towns of Opūs, which gives its name to
recorded that a stallion at Opus even continued to 40, only
(c. 85) istodikos, son of Demokrates, of Opous : a second pri
(256/5 or 254/3) ndros ; Eucharides of Opous, the son of Epichoros ;
(soon after 235/4) s of Phokis Alexon of Opous Apollodoros of Plataia
(c. 205-200) The city of Opous and the Lokrians around Opo
(c. 135) y : Xenolaos of Opous, the son of Sosikrates
(263-236) ; sponsor: ...doros of Opous *
quired by law. Since the Opountians have been constant, also
(200-150) ia and also to the city of Opous. The Amphissans gr
the town of Melita, and Oropus on the border of Boeotia.
months. On the coast from Oropus to Aulis all the earth
(c. 140-110) and Romaia held by the Oropians
(73) council and the people of Oropos, greetings. If you are well,
(73) territory, and the harbours of Oropos for the games and the
(73) rdict concerning the land of Oropos and the publicans namely th
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