Isthmian - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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Games - games held every two years, near Corinth
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Corinth, and they are allowed to participate in the Isthmian games.
roclaims the independence of the Greek states at the Isthmian Games.
olive of Olympia, the Isthmian pine, and the Pythian
98] , and Mnesimachus in his Isthmian Victor [fr. 5K]
xcept when he once went to the Isthmian games. And Antisth
oet), in his book on the Isthmian Games ; for he says that
in his treatise on the Isthmian Games, says that the mag
Than even the Isthmian festival can provide.
And Philetas says, " Isthmian garland: there is an
games, ten times at the Isthmian games, and nine times
won five times at the Isthmian games and (?) seven time
ome all the blows of the Isthmian and Nemean games, a pugn
} & Charmus from his Isthmian victory dedicates in you
inope, who twice won the Isthmian pine-wreath, it is he
NTARIUS Charmus from his Isthmian victory dedicates in you
famous for the Isthmian Games celebrated there every four
le, he proclaimed in the Isthmian games that the Greeks
eward for victory in the Isthmian games." After saying thi
Corinth and attended there the Isthmian games. And the Cor
the "Spectators at the Isthmia" by Sophron, and it is
Philo, was victor at the Isthmian and Pythian games in jum
(c. 140-110) race for men in the Isthmian games
(302) n presented at the Isthmia, and having been sanc
(c. 20) at the Isthmian games, in the heavy-armour race
(173-169) Agenomos pentathlon, Isthmian boys : Androme
flocked to watch the Isthmian games, T. Quinctius Flamininus,
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