Isthmian   - in ancient sources @

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  Isthmian   Games - games held every two years, near Corinth
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  + Isthmia
228/6 Corinth, and they are allowed to participate in the Isthmian games.
196/6 roclaims the independence of the Greek states at the Isthmian Games.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_6.1   olive of Olympia, the Isthmian pine, and the Pythian
Aelian:NA_13.4   98] , and Mnesimachus in his Isthmian Victor [fr. 5K]
Athen_5.216   xcept when he once went to the Isthmian games. And Antisth
Athen_14.633   oet), in his book on the Isthmian Games ; for he says that
Athen_14.635   in his treatise on the Isthmian Games, says that the mag
Athen_15.666     Than even the Isthmian festival can provide.
Athen_15.677   And Philetas says, " Isthmian garland: there is an
Euseb]:Chron_201   games, ten times at the Isthmian games, and nine times
FGrH_257a.1   won five times at the Isthmian games and (?) seven time
Lucill_11.79   ome all the blows of the Isthmian and Nemean games, a pugn
MArgent_6.246   } & Charmus from his Isthmian victory dedicates in you
Philip_16.25   inope, who twice won the Isthmian pine-wreath, it is he
Phld:Epigr_6.246   NTARIUS Charmus from his Isthmian victory dedicates in you
Plin:HN_4.18   famous for the Isthmian Games celebrated there every four
Plut:Mor_197   le, he proclaimed in the Isthmian games that the Greeks
Polyaen_5.12.1   eward for victory in the Isthmian games." After saying thi
PsCallisth_1.47   Corinth and attended there the Isthmian games. And the Cor
Schol:Theoc_15   the "Spectators at the Isthmia" by Sophron, and it is
Simonid_16.3   Philo, was victor at the Isthmian and Pythian games in jum
Syll_1064   (c. 140-110) race for men in the Isthmian games
THI_37   (302)   n presented at the Isthmia, and having been sanc
THI_11.A   (c. 20) at the Isthmian games, in the heavy-armour race
THI_61.D   (173-169)   Agenomos pentathlon, Isthmian boys :   Androme
ValMax_4.8.5   flocked to watch the Isthmian games, T. Quinctius Flamininus,

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