Megalopolis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Arcadia, Greece
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+ Megalopolitan , Megalopolitans
Polyperchon fails to capture Megalopolis.
sition to an amnesty for the survivors of the battle of Megalopolis.
Agathocles captures Megalopolis and Tunis.
is killed while attacking Megalopolis; Leonidas II becomes regent.
temple and other dedications made by Aristodemus at Megalopolis.
Aristodemus the tyrant of Megalopolis is assassinated in a plot organ
The Spartans attack Megalopolis, but their siege machines are destroy
Lydiades brings Megalopolis into the Achaean League.
Cleomenes of Sparta seizes Belbina, on the border with Megalopolis.
Cleomenes invades the territory of Megalopolis.
The Megalopolitans send an embassy to Antigonus, with the consent of
Cleomenes enters Megalopolis in a surprise attack, but is forced out
nes raises extra troops by freeing helots, and captures Megalopolis.
is appointed by Antigonus to draw up a legal code at Megalopolis.
aptures Clarium, a fort near Megalopolis which had been occupied
Aratus puts an end to civil dissension at Megalopolis.
Diophanes of Megalopolis serves under Philopoemon in the fighting aga
Olympic victor in the stadion race: Arcesilaus of Megalopolis.
Syll_624, a decree of Megalopolis in honour of Philopoemon.
Ap_2.83] & Polybius of Megalopolis, Strabo the Cappadoci
Agesarchus, a native of Megalopolis, in the second book
imself, (and Polybius of Megalopolis attacks him for the
n;ι; as Cercidas of Megalopolis says in his Iambics,
B.C.] - Arcesilaus of Megalopolis, stadion race 149th
(263-236) itos and Hagiadas of Megalopolis the sons of Kleoda
testimony of Polybius of Megalopolis; for thus does he spe
wonder at Polybius of Megalopolis, who, though otherwis
gned by this Polybius of Megalopolis is nearer the truth
ius, son of Lycortas, of Megalopolis, while coming in from
The inhabitants of Megalopolis refuse to join Cleome
booty, after the capture of Megalopolis.  & MAXIMUS
amus, and being slain at Megalopolis by Antipater, and lea
elus an Arcadian banished from Megalopolis. The latter was
to depose Lydiades the Megalopolitan, who had assumed
ering the territories of Megalopolis, he marched to reliev
spute between the Spartans and Megalopolitans. Cleomenes
of which he entered the Megalopolitan territories, where
ected enterprise. Megalopolis was at that time as great
lecting that the ruin of Megalopolis was dictated rather
oman who was a native of Megalopolis and freeborn, and had
that scaled the walls of Megalopolis, when it was taken
(190-180) damos . . . [the city] of Megalopolis . . . Attalus
(180-170) haean] League, the Megalopolitans at first wanted
(soon after 235/4) edonia Aristodamos of Megalopolis Nikokles of Ph
(225 or 221) psode: Eurybios of Megalopolis, the son of Lykiskos
(c. 207/6) assadors have come to Megalopolis from [the people
(190-180) : & Achaean League: & Megalopolis: & [Antigoneia
(183) ours Philopoimen of Megalopolis, the son of Krau
(after 182) n honours Lykortas of Megalopolis, the son of Thear
(c. 165) den crown the city of Megalopolis, with a golden c
(c. 165/4) law; since Nikon of Megalopolis, the son of Nikias,
(164) tories [with the people] of Megalopolis . . . after
(soon after 146) Elis honours Polybios of Megalopolis, the son of Ly
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