Messenia   - in ancient sources @

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  Messenia   - a region in the south-west Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Messenian , Messenians
315/4a invades the Peloponnese, and wins over Argos and most of Messenia.
307/17b a decree of Delphi, granting privileges to Nicodemus of Messenia.
221/27 The Messenian ephors fine Dorimachus the Aetolian for encouraging bri
220/7 The Aetolians invade Messenia.
217/13 Lycurgus returns to Sparta and invades Messenia.
213/12 Philippus ravages Messenia.
208/3a decrees of Delphi in honour of the Messenians and their officers.
182/4 Philopoemon is captured by the Messenians.
182/8 Philopoemon is put to death by the Messenians.
138/19 ing arbitration by Miletus in a dispute between Messenia and Sparta.
91/13a l_736, regulations concerning the mysteries at Andania in Messenia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_287   L'138 , & Ph'127 & & The Messenians insult the first offer
Aelian:NA_13.4   statements when he says in his Messenian woman [fr. 31 ?]
AnthPal_7.541   Spartans defeated the Messenians, but this epigram must
Athen_6.264   frequent revolts of the Messenians, and in the case of
Athen_6.271   in the war against the Messenians, those who were left
Athen_6.272   tans, some of them being Messenians, and some Heleatae,
Athen_10.442   being neighbours of the Messenians, and being also a peop
Athen_12.547   same manner the Messenians by a public decree banished
Athen_13.599   schylus who composed the Messenian epic - a man of great
Athen_14.630   eus they had subdued the Messenians, introduced a regular
Athen_15.666   And Dicaearchus the Messenian, the pupil of Aristotle, in
Demetr:Eloc_153   of Menander's 'Woman of Messenia.' [154] & Again, a simi
Euseb]:Chron_193   768 B.C.] - Androclus of Messenia, stadion race [At this
Euseb]:Chron_195   B.C.] - Polychares of Messenia, stadion race 5th [760
Euseb]:Chron_203   428 B.C.] - Symmachus of Messenia, stadion race 89th [424
Just_3.4-6 *   going to war with the Messenians for offering violence
Just_25.4   Athenians, Achaeans, and Messenians; and all Greece, inde
Just_32.1   war, arose between the Messenians and Achaeans, to deter
Oros_4.20   captured and executed by the Messenians. 30 Near Sicily, the island
Plin:HN_37.141   on Parnassus, in Lesbos, in Messenia (where they look like flowers
Plut:Agis_21   Theopompus, who, as the Messenians claim, was killed by
Plut:Arat_47-51 *   for the sake of assisting the Messenians. He assembled
Plut:Cleom_10   rates. But as the Messenian war was drawn out to a great
Plut:Cleom_19   neral by Tritymallus the Messenian, and proposed that the
Plut:Cleom_35   his state, Nicagoras the Messenian, a man who concealed
Plut:Mor_192   Philippus had given the Messenians a country, asked wheth
Plut:Mor_851   ocrians, Byzantines, and Messenians to a league with the
Polyaen_1.15.1   had been at war with the Messenians for twenty years, when
Polyaen_1.17.1   battle with the Messenians, the Lacedaemonians determin
Polyaen_2.1.28   & After marching into Messenia, Agesilaus sent out a
Polyaen_2.3.5   owed them the Arcadians, Messenians, Argives and other Pel
Polyaen_2.31.2-4 *   enes, the general of the Messenians, was disabled by wound
Polyaen_2.35.1   to the property of the Messenians, Agemachus, the Messen
Polyaen_5.2.18   sius was at war with the Messenians, a rumour prevailed,
Polyaen_5.15.1   the hands of the tyrant. The Messenians did as he sugges
SEG_58.370   (180-170)   uld not be removed from the Messenians; and agai
Syll_472   (c. 240)   ed by the city of the Messenians, that there shal
Syll_555   (c. 209/8)   praise the city of Messenia on account of its p
Syll_556   (c. 209/8)   praise the city of Messenia on account of its piety
Syll_557   (after 208/7)   which Hagesidamos of Messenia won the pankration [f
ValMax_1.8e.15   heart of Aristomenes the Messenian; when the Athenians, because

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