Nemean   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Nemean   Games - games held at Nemea every two years
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323/57 375, an Athenian decree concerning a delegation to the Nemean Games.
222/18 Antigonus attends the Nemean games.
209/4 Philippus visits Argos and attends the Nemean Games.
207/16 Philopoemen stages a military display at the Nemean Games.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_9.21   went to the festival of Nemean Zeus and to Olympia to win
AnthPal_13.5   And you where? & (2) In the Nemean grove and by the hom
Euseb]:Chron_201   games, and nine times at the Nemean games. 63rd [528 B.C
Euseb]:Chron_211   ion competitions; at the Nemean games, he won four crowns
FGrH_257a.1   mes and (?) seven times at the Nemean games. Apollonius
Lucill_11.79   lows of the Isthmian and Nemean games, a pugnacious old
Plut:Arat_27   only presiding at the Nemean games, sat very impartial
Plut:Arat_28   onae he caused the Nemean games to be celebrated, for he
Plut:Cleom_17   themselves to celebrate the Nemean games at Argos. Upon
Syll_1064   (c. 140-110) race for boys in the Nemean games
Syll_402   (246/5)   s - equivalent to the Nemean contests in their age-
Syll_408   (250/49)   ] - equivalent to the Nemean contests in their age-
Syll_653   (c. 165)   us of theorodokos for Nemean Zeus and Argive Hera

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Syll_653   (c. 165)   us of theorodokos for Nemean Zeus and Argive Hera
THI_11.A   (c. 20) at the Nemean games, in the men's stadion
THI_167.A   (c. 300) contest for boys at the Nemean games, and by being announced
THI_167.B   (c. 300) a [for boys at the Nemean games, and] is [expected] to
THI_176   (115/4) . [that at the next] Nemean games in the gymnastic contest
THI_189   (c. 200) the chariot race at the Nemean games


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