Phlius - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Argolis, Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Phleius , Phliasians
Timon of Phlius moves to Chalcedon, where he becomes a professional
Timon of Phlius moves to Athens.
The death of Timon of Phlius.
Caphyae, Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epidaurus, Hermione,
the picture which is at Phlius, in the portico of the pol
him. And Timon of Phlius, in the third book of his Silli,
au;ης), as Timon of Phlius calls it. For so he
[8.] & And Pratinas of Phliūs says that when some
account Asopodorus of Phliūs, when some flute-play
he who, taking me from Phlius where I was carved of holl
worthy of the Satyrs of Phlius, and restoring ancient usa
which the Argives and Phliasians were admitted into the
his interest, and the Phliasians received his garrison;
 Cleonae and Phlius came in the same tide of success
up, he led his troops off to Phlius. In his march from
some narrow defiles near Phlius, while the enemy were pres
rrowness of the roads at Phlius forced Iphicrates to march
land of Megara ; and in Phlius, winning the stadion and
(c. 207/6) aphyiai Stymphalos Phleious Kleitor Phenea Pellane
(c. 165) den crown the city of Phleious, with a golden crown
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