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  Larissa   - a city in Thessaly, Greece
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  + Larisa , Larisaeans , Larissaeans
239/9 Theodorus of Larissa, a water-drinker, is consistently hostile to Ant
217/37 a letter from Philippus to Larissa and a subsequent decree passed
214/11 econd letter of Philippus to Larissa, and the subsequent decree of
191/4 chus captures many Thessalian cities, but fails to captures Larissa.
187/6a Inscr_55, a list of victors in the Eleutheria games at Larissa.
186/5 Nicostratus of Larissa is sent as Thessalian representative to the
183/7 ree of the Amphictyonic Council in honour of Nicostratus of Larissa.
167/12a Inscr_9, a decree of Larissa in honour of Novius Latinus.
84/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Demostratus of Larissa
    Within translations:
AnthPal_5.205   wool, she, the witch of Larissa presents to you Cypris,
Athen_2.44   r_64 ] that Theodorus of Larissa was a water-drinker; the
Athen_5.211   at Messene, and also at Larissa in Thessaly, and who subs
Athen_12.539   But Polycleitus of Larissa, in the eighth book of his Hist
Athen_13.557   and the other was Philinna of Larissa, by whom he had Arr
Diod_33.4a   were settlers from Larissa in Thessaly, and had served as
Euseb]:Chron_159   of Philippus and Philinna of Larissa. Aridaeus ruled for
Euseb]:Chron_203   [452 B.C.] - Lycus of Larissa, stadion race 83rd [448
Euseb]:Chron_211   B.C.] - Demostratus of Larissa, stadion race 175th [80
Euseb]:Chron_243   the daughter of Pauliclitus of Larisa, [ruled] for 9 years
Euseb]:Chron_245   the son of Polyclitus, from Larisa, for a second time.
Hieron:Chron_1989   Ar.] Anaxilaus of Larissa, a Pythagorean wise man, was
Just_7.6   captured the famous city of Larissa. He then fell sudd
Just_9.8   ad, by a dancing girl of Larissa, a son named Aridaeus,
Just_13.2   son of a courtesan of Larissa), but because of the extr
Oros_3.12   captured the celebrated city of Larissa. 6 He next invaded Thessaly,
Phlegon:Fr_9   the corpse, until Thorax of Larissa came by and buried
Phylarch_64   Athen_2.44'b & Theodorus of Larissa is a water-drinker.
Plin:HN_6.216   Cassandria, Thessaly, Macedonia, Larisa, Amphipolis, Thessalonica, PeIla,
Plut:Demetr_29   forsook him; only Thorax of Larissa remained by the dea
Plut:Demetr_36   When they came to Larissa, they renewed their invitations
SEG_35.665   (c. 160)   omposed, to Elis and Larisa; and the envoys [who ar
SEG_56.636   (c. 170/69)   lved by the people of Larisa, as proposed by Hippol
SEG_56.638   (160-150)   have occurred to the Larisaians, as well as the [ki
SEG_57.510   (140-130)   esting him to come to Larisa in order to give lectu
SEG_59.1406B   (c. 280)   and in Itonos and in Larissa in the sanctuary of Ap
Syll_492   (c. 263)   son of Demokles . . . of Larisa in Achaea, the son
Syll_613   (184/3)   since Nikostratos of Larissa in Thessaly, who was
Syll_636   (178)   lians: Hippolochos of Larisa, the son of Alexippos;
Syll_638   (soon after 178)   n Hippolochus of Larisa the son of Alexippos was
Syll_674   (c. 140)   ]   When Leon of Larissa, the son of Hagesippo
Theodorid_7.528   childbed, and her dear Larissa and her parents were stri
Theodorid_9.743   temple was between Pherae and Larissa in Thessaly. cp.
THI_64   (263-236)     Antiochos of Larisa the son of Protomachos &
THI_151   (145-137)   ties, with M[akon] of Larisa the son of [Omphalio]n
THI_61.A   (c. 188/7)   ]   IG_9.2.525   ( Larissa,   c. 188
THI_61.B   (196-146)     IG_9.2.526   ( Larissa,   196-146
THI_99.N   (c. 160/59)   en Alexippos of Larisa, the son of Hippolochos, was
THI_99.P   (168)   Athenagoras of Larisa Cn.Octavius was commander of
ValMax_4.5.5   entering into the city of Larissa, said, "Go and perform this

  Larissa 2   - a city in Syria
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  + Larisseans
144/9 Fighting breaks out between the inhabitants of Apameia and Larissa.
    Within translations:
Athen_4.176 the Apameans against the Larisseans, writes as follows [
Diod_33.4a support of] the men of Larissa, who were noted for their
Poseidon_2 for war between Apameia and Larissa. [3] [55.K] & Athen

  Larissa 3   Cremaste - a town in Phthiotis, Thessaly
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  + Larisa
Syll_399 (278/7)   aeans : Mnasarchos of Larissa, son of Leon; Lamprom
Syll_636 (178)   is: Xenophaēs of Larisa {Kremaste}, the son of

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