Locris   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Locris   - a region in central Greece
Wikipedia entry
  + Locrian , Locrians
245/17 Aratus lays waste Locris and Calydonia.
    Within translations:
Athen_05.216 and slew them; and the Locrian cavalry joined in the pur
Athen_06.264 having departed from the Locrian customs; for they said
Athen_15.697 those which are called Locrian songs, which are of a deb
Diog_Laert_10.137 ils, the mountain heights & Of Locrian lands, and sad Eubo
THI_103 (c. 190)   rtant places in West Locris (Hypnia is rarely menti
THI_24 (early 2nd cent.)   owner lived in Locris, this contract is dated by
THI_74 (280-240)   rebuilt] publicly by the Locrians. If any one of
Philoch_56 give back Nicaea to the Locrians, is confirmed by Philoch
Plut:Arat_16 haean league, he ravaged Locris, which lies on the other
Plut:Mor_851 ns, Megarians, Achaeans, Locrians, Byzantines, and Messeni
Polyaen_01.9.1 Rhium, dispatched some Locrian rebels, with instructions
Polyaen_01.35.2 the territories of Phocis and Locris. [see also: Frontinu
PsCallisth_1.19 edon, the ninth Nicomachus the Locrian. They stood at the
Syll_405 (277)   s: Bryas, Aleximachos Lokrians: Pantaxenos It is re
Syll_406 (276/5)   Dorians: Aleximachos Lokrians: Pantaxenos It is re
Syll_416 (273)   Troizenians: Straton Lokrians: Echemmas Athenians:
Syll_419 (270)   ans: Pyles, Kaphisias Lokrians: Phrikos, Alponios B
Syll_482 (269/8)   Lamia Epiknemidian Lokrians: Myaneus Athenians:
Syll_492 (c. 263)   atonikos Nikophon of Lokris, the son of Aristolaos
Syll_597 (c. 205-200)   y of Opous and the Lokrians around Opous [dedica
Syll_635 (182-179)   as of Opoeis in Locris went down to the oracle of T
Syll_636 (178)   as son of Lysistratos Locrians, from each part: Pro
Syll_653 (c. 165)   gue of the eastern Locrians, with a golden crown

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