Mycenae   - in ancient sources @

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  Mycenae   - an ancient fortress, near Argos in the Peloponnese, Greece
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Mycenaeans
195/13 Syll_594, a decree of Mycenae in honour of Protimus of Gortyn, after
    Within translations:
AnthPal_9.28   { Ph 2 } & Though I, Mycenae, am but a heap of dust
AnthPal_9.101   did I recognise you, unhappy Mycenae, more waste than
AnthPal_9.103   UNATIUS & { Ph 1 } & I, Mycenae, the city once so rich
Euseb]:Chron_63   amemnon and Menelaus the Mycenaeans sailed with the Argive
Euseb]:Chron_179   began to be ruled from Mycenae, when the descendants
Nicand:Al_100   grow in the fields of Mycenae (it was a recent gift of
Plin:HN_4.17   and nine miles further on Mycenae and the traditional site of
Plut:Arat_29   was continued as far as Mycenae, and the tyrant, as Deini
Syll_594   (c. 195)   ull assembly of the Mykenaians, on the second da

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