Peiraeus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Peiraeus   - the main port of Athens
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  + Peiraeeus , Piraeus
320/25 Athenian decree concerning improvements to the agora at Peiraeus.
318/2 Nicanor captures Peiraeus, with the collusion of Phocion.
318/23 Cassander arrives at Peiraeus with a force provided by Antigonus.
307/12 son of Antigonus captures Peiraeus and expels Demetrius of Phaleru
304/20 Olympiodorus recaptures the Peiraeus from the Macedonians.
286/2 unsuccessful attempt by the Athenians to capture Peiraeus.
280/24 a former minister of Lysimachus who had been arrested at Peiraeus.
240/34 ratus breaks a truce with the Macedonians by attacking the Peiraeus.
228/3 The Macedonian garrison is persuaded to abandon the Peiraeus.
86/19 Inconclusive fighting between Archelaus and the Romans at Peiraeus.
86/26 Sulla captures Peiraeus, but Archelaus escapes by sea.
    Within translations:
Athen_02.44 ccount of the tyrants of Peiraeus, mentions Glaucon as hav
Athen_05.209 his own expense to the Peiraeus; and the epigram runs
Athen_12.554 the ships which came to the Peiraeus belonged to him.
Athen_13.562 I was coming back from Peiraeus, & In great perplexity
Athen_13.582 enium & Went down to the Peiraeus to a lover, & Who was
Athen_13.590 kept Aristagora in the Peiraeus, and Phila at Eleusis,
Athen_13.612 hose men who live in the Peiraeus have such a low opinion
Cic:Brut_51 entured to sail from the Peiraeus, but she traversed all
Diog_Laert_07.2 shipwrecked close to the Peiraeus; and when he had made
Diog_Laert_07.12 nacaea, Philocles of the Peiraeus, Phaedrus of Anaphlystos
FGrH_257a.1 Charias and the soldiers of Peiraeus. After overpowerin
Joseph:BJ_1.410 aven larger than was the Peiraeus; and in the inner retire
Just_5.8 extending down to the Piraeus, and deliver up the ships
OGIS_771 (196/5)   ed to be Philoxenos of Peiraieus; those who will be
Philoch_40 the gate", dedicated when the Peiraeus was fortified. [41
Philoch_143 defeated the Thirty at Peiraeus, it was decreed that the
Philoch_203 CHOL.AR., PAX.145 & ""In Peiraeus there is the harbour of
Plut:Arat_33 tempting to surprise the Peiraeus while there was a truce
Plut:Demetr_8 made his appearance before the Peiraeus on the 25th day
Plut:Demetr_34 oposed a decree that the Peiraeus and the fort of Munychia
Plut:Demetr_43 500 galleys in the ports of Peiraeus, Corinth, Chalcis,
Plut:Mor_186 gerous eyesore to the haven of Peiraeus. & To a friend tha
Plut:Mor_842 rther, that in the Peiraeus there should be at least three
Plut:Mor_846 Zeus the Saviour in the Peiraeus; which decree was first
Plut:Mor_849 hould be confined to the Peiraeus, - he cleared himself
Plut:Mor_851 two trenches about the Peiraeus; that after the battle
Plut:Phoc_32 on that subject in the Peiraeus; and for that purpose
Polyaen_01.40.3 ourage the guards of the Peiraeus and the long walls to
Polyaen_03.4.1 had ordered to return to yhr Peiraeus immediately. He
Polyaen_04.7.5 asked the inhabitants of Peiraeus for weapons for a thousa
Polyaen_06.2.2 ely to the market in the Peiraeus, in the hope of catching
SEG_28.60 (270/69)   f the troops from the Peiraieus, and while Demetrio
Syll_313 (320/19)   er that the agora at Peiraieus might be furnished
Syll_318 (317)   sed the city and [the Peiraieus] to be separated, D
Syll_371 (285/4)   e the recovery of the Peiraieus and the freedom of
Syll_400 (273/2)   mbly; Hegesilochos of Peiraieus, the son of Kephiso
Syll_454 (c. 252)   be commander of the Peiraieus and the other fortr
Syll_474 (184/3)   tany, in assembly at Peiraieus; Tauridas of Araphen
Syll_537 (193/2)   n he sailed to the Peiraieus on a mission to rep
Syll_571 (c. 191/0)   olion, in assembly at Peiraieus; as proposed by Ni
Syll_640 (c. 175/4)   on], he sailed to the Peiraieus and gave corn [to
Syll_651 (168/7)   posed by Artemon of Peiraieus, the son of Polyme
Syll_655 (190/89)   tany], in assembly at Peiraieus; . . . of Ptelea


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