Ithaca   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ithaca   - a small island off the west coast of Greece
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300/15 Agathocles attacks Ithaca.
35/12 Inscr_6, graffiti of Epaphroditus in Ithaca.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_45 Neither Pylos nor Ithaca can claim to have had sons as
Alcaeus_7.1 and the deeds of Odysseus of Ithaca. Blessed among the
AnthPal_3.8 to receive thy son in Ithaca ; but now he marvels, seei
AntipThes_10.25 anormus that faces rough Ithaca, grant that I may sail to
Athen_13.597 hed to thinness, and set Ithaca in the strains of song for
Julian:Mis_350 of even the suitors in Ithaca; and that anyone who did
Plut:Mor_176 ome inhabitants of Ithaca complained of his mariners, that
Syll_558 (c. 207/6)   ies of the city of Ithaka, have sent as envoys and


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