Plataea   - in ancient sources @

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  Plataea   - a town in Boeotia, site of a Greek victory in 479 B.C.
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  + Plataeans
AnthPal_7.299 say I "this ?") is that Plataea which a sudden earthquake
Athen_12.536 defeated Mardonius at Plataea, having transgressed the
Athen_4.148 fight against them at Plataea, as they would certainly
Just_2.12 wards he burnt Thespiae, Plataea, and Athens, all abandone
Just_2.9 housand auxiliaries from Plataea, went out to battle in
Just_11.3 destroyed, the Phocians, Plataeans, Thespians, and Orchome
Lucill_11.81 saved one ear, and in Plataea one eyelid, but at Delphi
Plut:Agis_3 ias who conquered Mardonius at Plataea. Pausanias was suc
Plut:Phoc_33 perchon. Solon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Corinth, who
Polyaen_1.33.1 Greeks over the Persians at Plataea. Encouraged by this
Polyaen_* 6.19.1-3 * Herodotus, 8.28] [19] The Plataeans. The Plataeans
Polyaen_7.33.3 son of Pharnaces, escaped from Plataea, and came to Thessa
PsCallisth_2.1 velled from Corinth to & Plataea & (?) the ancient city
PsCallisth_2.2 Already he has adjudged the Plataeans his. And you say
PsCallisth_2.5 ssadors arrived at Plataea and presented the voted honours
Simonid_6.197 the Persians at the battle of Plataea. [6.212] & { P 62
Simonid_6.50 15 } & On the Altar at Plataea commemorating the Battle
Simonid_7.251 robably on the Spartan dead at Plataea, No. 253 being on
Syll_485 (soon after 235/4)   Opous Apollodoros of Plataia Lyson of Phokis Theod
Syll_519 (c. 222/1)   cendants: Eudamos of Plataia, the son of Brychon
Theodorid_13.21 is the tomb of Mnasalcas of Plataea, & the writer of

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