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  Lamia   - a city in Thessaly, Greece
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  + Lamian , Lamians
323/66 The Greek army defeats Antipater, and he retreats to Lamia.
322/3 Leosthenes is killed, while attacking Lamia.
251/16 Athenian decrees concerning Lamian arbitrators, in a dispute with
249/8b Syll_436, a decree of the Amphictyons in honour of Hereas of Lamia.
217/27 IG_532, an inscription from Lamia in honour of the poetess Aristodam
190/4 Acilius captures Lamia.
    Within translations:
FGrH_255.10 met the Greeks in battle at Lamia and defeated them.
THI_115 (230-225)   e: Aetolians]: Philippos of Lamia, Simargos . . . ,
THI_99.O (c. 130)   honour was issued by Lamia in Thessaly, a region th
Plut:Eum_3 edonians, who were besieged in Lamia. Leonnatus, being inc
Plut:Mor_846 ipater was blocked up in Lamia [323 B.C.], and the Atheni
Plut:Phoc_23 ttle, and drove Antipater into Lamia. On this occasion
Plut:Phoc_26 them to him, as he had done at Lamia to their general Leos
Syll_464 (251/0)   se the city of the Lamians as their arbitrators,
Syll_465 (251/0)   inted by [the city of Lamia], to arbitrate the allo
Syll_482 (269/8)   Malians: Lakrates of Lamia Epiknemidian Lokrians:
Syll_523 (c. 220)   . . ., (?) Archippos] of Lamia, Laarchos of [. . .,
Syll_564 (203/2)   Thebes; Harmostos of Lamia; Damokrates of Eitea, L
Syll_636 (178)   Malians: Diodoros of Lamia, the son of Kritoboulos
Syll_668 (c. 161/0)   when Timon was tagos in Lamia . . . in the month

  Lamia 2   - a legendary female monster
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Plut:Demetr_27 fable, because he too had his Lamia. The great influence

  Lamia 3   - a courtesan; the mistress of Demetrius Poliorcetes
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303/1 pecially with the courtesans Lamia and Leaena; Democles commits suici
302/6 Lamia holds a banquet at Athens in honour of Demetrius.
287/9a Leontion writes a letter to Lamia, complaining about the behaviour
    Within translations:
Athen_03.101 ing the banquet given by Lamia, the female flute-player,
Athen_04.128 was given at Athens by Lamia the Attic female flute-play
Athen_06.253 to Leaena Aphrodite and Lamia Aphrodite, and they erected
Athen_13.576 full? And the courtesans were Lamia and Scione and Satyra
Athen_14.614 in a tragedy;" referring to Lamia the female flute-play
Plut:Demetr_16 these was the celebrated Lamia, who at first was only take
Plut:Demetr_19 hen the power that Lamia had over him was evident to all
Plut:Demetr_* 24-27 * such prostitutes as Chrysis, Lamia, Demo, and Anticyra.

  Lamia 4   (L. Aelius Lamia) - a Roman, who supported Cicero at the time of his exile
58/16 Cicero, but Gabinius orders L.Lamia, one of the equites, to leave
33/18 L.Lamia recovers consciousness on his funeral pyre, but cannot be res

  Lamia 5   (L. Aelius Lamia) - Roman consul, 3 A.D.
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FastCap_p84 Consuls: L. Aelius L.f. L.n. Lamia , M. Servilius M.f.

  Lamia 6   (L. Aelius Lamia) - Roman commander in Spain, 24 B.C.
Cassiod:Chr_730 tabri were conquered by Lucius Lamia. [734] & M. Apuleius


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