Lenaea   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Lenaea   - an Athenian festival, in honour of Dionysus
Wikipedia entry
  + Lenaean
316/1 Menander's comedy "Dyscolos", performed at the festival of Lenaea.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_4.43 are the Dionysia,* the Lenaea, the Festival of Pots, the
Athen_4.130 loaves, solemnizing the Lenaean festival, and the Potfeas
Athen_5.217 the former was crowned at the Lenaea in the archonship
Athen_10.414 rce full; & For from the Lenaean games he came, & Descendi
Plut:Mor_839 ned two other victories at the Lenaean festival through

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