Acarnania - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region on the north-west coast of Greece, to the west of Aetolia
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+ Acarnanian , Acarnanians
nder persuades the people of Acarnania to move into fortified cities,
Agrinium, and massacre the Acarnanians after the city surrenders.
Syll_421, a treaty between Acarnania and the Aetolian League.
Alexander is driven out of Epirus, and goes into exile in Acarnania.
Aetolians and Alexander of Epirus agree to a partition of Acarnania.
The Aetolians reject a Roman embassy sent on behalf of Acarnania.
tolian acts of aggression in Epirus, Acarnania, and the Peloponnese.
abortive attack by the Aetolians on Acarnania.
tening to speeches by Claenias of Aetolia and Lyciscus of Acarnania.
Two youths from Acarnania are put to death after accidentally enterin
L.Flamininus defeats the Acarnanians at Leucas.
Antiochus occupies most of Acarnania.
hynians, Thessalians and Acarnanians; six hundred Lucanian
(c. 216) on was general of the Acarnanians, and Echedamos so
(263-236) ween the Aetolians and the Acarnanians. This is dat
his expulsion, to the Acarnanians, was restored to his
take from her a part of Acarnania, which the father of
aste the borders of Epirus and Acarnania. [28.3] Olympias
(217-208) Isis, by Lichas of Acarnania, the son of Pyrrhos,
impregnable places in Acarnania, both on the coast and
rdered the Illyrians and Acarnanians secretly to make thei
rched out to fight against the Acarnanians at about the
When Agesilaus invaded Acarnania, the inhabitants retrea
henes was commanding the Acarnanians and Amphilochians aga
Achaea. There two Acarnanian vessels made prize of the
prince of the age.  The Acarnanian Women. The
fellow, a prince of the Acarnanians, proud because he
(c. 305-246) nts: since Diokles of Akarnania, the son of Damarc
(289) Aetolians and the] Acarnanians; [the (?) Acarnanian
(c. 320 +) r race: Amynandros of Akarnania, the son of Perian
(302) : since Euphronios of Akarnania, the son of Hege
(272) yros of Thyrrheion in Akarnania, the son of Nikomac
(272-260) ween the Aetolians and the Acarnanians. With good
(166-147) the league of the Acarnanians, that the follo
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