Nabis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- tyrant of Sparta, killed in 192 B.C.
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The tyrannical behaviour of Nabis at Sparta.
Nabis attacks Messene.
Philopoemen leads an expedition against Nabis.
Philippus allows Nabis to take possession of Argos.
Syll_584, a decree of Delos in honour of Nabis of Lacedaemon.
conference of Roman allies at Corinth decides on war against Nabis.
Nabis is forced to come to terms with the Romans.
Protimus of Gortyn, after the return of hostages seized by Nabis.
ter office, and the peace terms with Nabis are agreed by the senate.
nus celebrates a triumph for his victories over Philippus and Nabis.
Achaean embassy accuses Nabis of violating the peace terms.
Philopoemen invades Laconia and defeats Nabis.
Megalopolis serves under Philopoemen in the fighting against Nabis.
The cruelty of Nabis at Sparta forces many of his opponents into exil
Nabis is assassinated by a detachment of Aetolians.
05, a dedication by Eumenes II of spoils from the war against Nabis.
oppressor of Cassandrea, Nabis the scourge of Sparta, if
prevailed on the tyrant Nabis to join him in prosecuting
same time, the tyrant Nabis had taken possession of sev
several cities, defeated Nabis the tyrant in two successiv
After defeating their leader Nabis,he led before his chariot
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