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- a town in Thessaly, Greece, where Caesar defeated Pompeius
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Olympic victor in the stadion race: Philomelus of Pharsalus
Caesar decisively defeats the army of Pompeius near Pharsalus.
statues dedicated to Julius Caesar after the battle of Pharsalus.
vant of Sisyphus the tyrant of Pharsalus. [62.] The who
erly life. But the Pharsalians," says he, "are of all men
ated Pompeius at the battle of Pharsalus. Pompeius fled
Pompeius was defeated at Pharsalus in August 48 B.C., both
[556 B.C.] - Phaedrus of Pharsalus, stadion race 57th [552
B.C.] - Philomelus of Pharsalus, stadion race 125th [28
Plut:Mor_* 204-206 *
After the fight at Pharsalia, in his flight towards Egypt,
ntipater had taken Pharsalus, and threatened to besiege
ompeius on the plains of Pharsalus, Caesar knowing that
victory over Pompeius at Pharsalus, Caesar saw that his
ropus, Ariston the Pharsalian, Philip the inventor, Philot
(204) Metapa, Polleas of Pharsalos, Theodotos of Apera
(206/5) tolians]: ...bolos of Pharsalos, Polemarchos of (?)
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