Mantineia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Arcadia, Greece
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+ Antigoneia , Mantineian , Mantineians
Spartan king Archidamus near Mantineia, and attacks the city of Spart
army of Arcadians and Achaeans defeats the Spartans at Mantineia.
Aratus seizes Mantineia.
Cleomenes captures Mantineia.
Antigonus captures Mantineia, Heraea and Telphusa.
The Achaeans refound Mantineia as "Antigoneia".
The Achaeans defeat and kill Machanidas of Sparta at Mantineia.
Syll_600, a monument erected at Mantineia by Achaean soldiers.
givers, asserts that the Mantineians were the original inve
long race Timarchus of Mantineia, in the pentathlon Amphi
56'6-7 & Antigonus captures Mantineia.  & Polyb_2.5
for this injustice before the Mantineians. Aratus did not
fell suddenly upon the Mantineians, who were allies to
The Achaeans having lost Mantineia, which Cleomenes now
his army, Cleomenes retired to Mantineia. Upon this all
marched immediately to Mantineia, and coming upon it by
Orchomenus, and then besieged Mantineia. At last he so
ehaviour.  The Mantineians were the first who applied
plundered Orchomenus and Mantineia, Cleomenes, now shut
and all Arcadia, except Mantineia, Argos, Sicyon, and Cor
hidamus met him at Mantineia, where Demetrius defeated him
enemy are. & At Mantineia he was advised not to fight
nding with the battle of Mantineia, in the year of Charicle
quarter of the city of Mantineia, and threw open the gat
Agesipolis was besieging Mantineia, the Lacedaemonians wer
In a battle near Mantineia, both the Thebans and the Man
(190-180) ue: & Megalopolis: & [Antigoneia]: & Patrai: & & De
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