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  Thermopylae   - a pass in Thessaly, Greece
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  + Pylae , Pylaea
279/37 t to hold back the Gauls at Thermopylae, but are forced to withdraw
191/9 Antiochus occupies and fortifies the pass at Thermopylae.
191/10 The Romans defeat Antiochus at Thermopylae.
191/11 Antiochus who was killed at Thermopylae, comes back to life and for
    Within translations:
Callim:Epigr_40 and Corē, apparently at Thermopylae. To Demeter of
DionHal:Din_13 dition which was made to Pylae as recent, and the expediti
Ennius:Ann_370 ntiochus laments his defeat at Thermopylae in 191 B.C. by
Hieron:Chron_1825 efeated at the battle of Thermopylae, Antiochus made peace
THI_94 (c. 266-260)   f the Amphictyons at Thermopylae had been prevented
Just_2.11 occupied the straits of Thermopylae with four thousand
Just_8.2 ession of the straits of Thermopylae, as they had done on
Just_8.4 apprehension, on the pass of Thermopylae. [8.5] & & The
Philoch_153 event the expedition to Thermopylae; and the Athenian exp
Phlegon:Mir_1 der against Antiochus in Thermopylae and fought nobly, for
Phlegon:Mir_3 tation with Antiochus at Thermopylae, very conspicuous ome
Plut:Demetr_23 ica, but followed him to Thermopylae, and entirely defeate
Plut:Demetr_40 was advanced as far as Thermopylae, Demetrius left the
Polyaen_01.32.1 ught the Persian army at Thermopylae, where the narrowness
Polyaen_07.15.4 who had been killed at Thermopylae, Xerxes ordered the
Polyaen_07.15.5 rous army into action at Thermopylae, because of the narro
Porph:Fr_40 hat time there was a battle at Thermopylae and a sea battl
Syll_412 (c.260)   Lampon arrived at Thermopylai and explained to him
Syll_413 (c. 260)   eas, one of those at Thermopylai, has previously a
Syll_436 (254/3 or 250/49)   the hieromnemones at Thermopylai {Pylaia} and at D
Syll_483 (c. 264/3)   the sacrifices at Thermopylai {Pylaia} [and Delphi
Syll_635 (182-179)   iphia, and another at Pylaia; and he shall set i


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