Leucas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- an island off the west coast of Greece
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+ Leucadia , Leucadian , Leucadians
L.Flamininus defeats the Acarnanians at Leucas.
Agrippa seizes Leucas, Patrae and Corinth.
etrius when he came from Leucas and Corcyra to Athens, not
m-pit of Greece; and the Leucadians were Stale Corinthians
And Tigris of Leucadia was the mistress of Pyrrhus
hilosopher. And in Leucadia (according to a story told by
and not Philoxenus tho Leucadian,) mentions the followin
took this as booty from Leucas; he likewise made a
(c. 216) ral - all of them from Leukas - and Simon of Phokre
tle close to the land of Leucas; he killed them, and took
admiral Nicolochus at Leucas, he ordered the crews of
Lacedaemonian fleet at Leucas, and destroyed several of
and Lacedaemonians at Leucas, Timotheus commanded the
When Dorotheus of Leucas, in a single ship, was pursued
by sea floods, such as Leucadia, Antirrhio, the Hellespo
(272-260) ktorion, Polykles of Leukas Hipparch: Hippolaos of
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