Locri   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Locri   (Epizephyrian Locris) - a Greek colony, on the southern "toe" of Italy
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280/14 Locri and other places desert from the Romans.
275/11 Pyrrhus sacks the town of Locri, together with the temple of Persepho
275/12 Pyrrhus' fleet is caught in a storm after leaving Locri.
215/39 The Carthaginians capture Locri and Croton.
208/14 Hannibal relieves Locri, after failing to trick his way into Salapia.
205/15 The Romans recapture Locri, despite a counter-attack by Hannibal.
205/17 The vicious conduct of Pleminius as Roman governor of Locri.
204/5 conduct of Scipio in Sicily, and the crimes of Pleminius at Locri.
155/11 the Romans not to demand troops from Locri during the Dalmatian War.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_6.273   in Inopus, and come to Locri to deliver Alcetis from the
Athen_12.516   those also of the Epizephyrian Locrians, and also those of the
Athen_12.541   came to the city of the Locrians, which was his metropoli
Cic:Rep_1.16   of Tarentum and Timaeus of Locri, and also got possession of
Cic:Tusc_5.59   his countrywoman, and Doris of Locris, he never visited them at
Just_18.1   rhus; among others also Locri, betraying the Roman garris
Just_18.2   Alexander, therefore, at Locri, and securing the cities
Plin:HN_3.5   extremity of Spain, right to Locri on the cape of Bruttium.
Plin:HN_3.74   from it, and Epizephyrian Locri (called after the promontory
Plin:HN_3.95   {10.}   [95] At Locri begins the projection of Italy
Plin:HN_6.216   Brundisium, Tarentum, Thurii, Locri, Regium, the Lucanian
Plin:HN_7.152   knowledge. His native place was Locri in Italy; I noticed that
Polyaen_6.22.1   Thucydides, 6.46] [22] The Locrians. The Italian Locri
PsCallisth_1.45   by other cities, he came to Locri. The soldiers halted
ValMax_1.1.20   to be carried back to Locri.
ValMax_1.1e.1   well enough: for after the Locrians were compelled to give him
ValMax_1.1e.3   the temple of Proserpina at Locri, and sailing upon the sea
ValMax_1.2e.4   the wisest man among the Locrians.
ValMax_6.5e.3   of justice. After Zaleucus of Locri had strengthened his city with
ValMax_9.13e.4   of Syracuse and Doris of Locri, he never lay with either


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