Aegina - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an island in the Saronic Gulf of the Aegean Sea.
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+ Aeginetan , Aeginetans
by Archias on the island of Aegina, and is put to death by Antipater
Syll_440, a decree of Delphi in honour of Timomachus of Aegina.
The Aeginetans and Arcadians join the Achaean League.
The Aetolians capture Aegina and sell it to Attalus for thirty talent
OGIS_329, a decree of Aegina in honour of Cleon of Pergamum.
ius of Phalerum, fled to Aegina, and, while there, were
dice with loaves, & And Aeginetan cakes & Of barley well
the Constitution of the Aeginetans, says that the Aeginet
a considerable time in Aegina, indulging in every kind
agle, as he did in the case of Aegina. And Socrates the
spend whole days with her in Aegina, at the festival of
book of his History of Aegina, says that Periander fell
lishment of harlots from Aegina to Athens; so that she was
hen sailing as a merchant from Aegina. And he in the wet
173 A.D.] - Agathopus of Aegina, stadion race 239th [177
rians - for 15 years The Aeginetans - for 10 years Up unti
(c. 200) ing each man with one Aiginetan drachma for each da
(c. 210) -fruits of the revenue from Aigina to Athene. &r
hed. Upon this the Aeginetans and Hermionians joined the
relief, appeared before Aegina; but the encouragement it
Athenians to demolish Aegina, as a dangerous eyesore
he wrote to them from Aegina: I suppose you know I am
ity, and fled first into Aegina, that he might take sanctu
the same condemnation to Aegina; where meeting with Demost
ring the war against the Aeginetans, Themistocles opposed
fter Demetrius had taken Aegina and Salamis in Attica, he
with which they set sail for Aegina. Hippias, the elder
(c. 285-247) ver . . . Malians : . . . Aiginetan talents, .
(256/5 or 254/3) yers: Deinon of Aigina, the son of Herakleides ; Ni
(182) ysios, [Theolytos] of Aigina the son of Ariston and
(c. 174-159) ointed as governor of Aigina by king Eumenes, has c
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