Pellene   - in ancient sources @

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  Pellene   - a city in Achaea, in the Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Pelleneans
313/8 The cruelty of Chaeron, the tyrant of Pellene.
241/18 The Aetolians capture Pellene, but are expelled by Aratus.
225/11 eomenes, along with Caphyae, Pellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epida
    Within translations:
AnthPal_6.151   & { H 1 } & Miccus of Pellene hung in the temple of Ili
Athen_11.509   ; just like Chaeron of Pellenē, who attended the lectures not
Callim:Hec_260   of the snake, was coming to Pellene in Achaea. Meanwhil
Euseb]:Chron_201   [512 B.C.] - Phanas of Pellene, stadion race Phanas was
Phld:Acad_11   [11]   Concerning Chaeron of Pellene - since nothing hinders us
Plin:HN_4.12   fortress of the people of Pellene, and the towns of Helice,
Plut:Agis_8   between the valley of Pellene and Mount Taygetus, as
Plut:Arat_31   their march they had seized Pellene, he was no longer
Plut:Arat_32   son of great eminence in Pellene, who was remarkable for
Plut:Arat_39   there, he turned against Pellene, dislodged the Achaean
Plut:Arat_54   still continues in Sicyon and Pellene. Attalus' home page
Plut:Cleom_17   aea, where he first took Pellene by surprise, and dislodge
Polyaen_4.7.3   the gates, that faced Pellene, and the fleet at the sam
Polyaen_8.59.1   uring the siege of Pellene, which was conducted by the Aet
Simonid_13.19   ctories, another four in Pellene, and two in the precinct
Syll_424   (256/5 or 254/3)   andrios ; Kallias of Pellene, the son of Polyxenos
Syll_546   (214/3)   tors were:] . . ., . . . of Pellene, . . .of (?) Pe
THI_64   (263-236)   sp;     Pyrros of Pellene the son of Phil

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