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  Thespiae   - a city in Boeotia, Greece
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  + Thespian , Thespians
204/7 THI_128, a donation of Ptolemy IV to Thespiae in Boeotia.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_6.260 Phryne dedicated to the Thespians the winged Love beautif
AntipSid_9.603 on the famous group of Thespian women by Praxiteles, whi
AntipSid_16.167 teles' Statue of Eros at Thespiae You will say, when you
Athen_13.561 rificed to it. The Thespians also celebrate Erotidia, or
Athen_13.583 hus was courting Phryne, & The Thespian girl. And, as she
Athen_13.590 Phryne was a native of Thespiae; and being prosecuted
Just_2.12 fterwards he burnt Thespiae, Plataea, and Athens, all aban
Just_11.3 the Phocians, Plataeans, Thespians, and Orchomenians, who
LeonTar_16.206 Eros of Praxiteles The Thespians venerate Love, the son
Plut:Demetr_39 nstigation of Peisis the Thespian, who was a leading man
Polyaen_02.1.11 from Greece to remain at Thespiae; and commanded the supp
Polyaen_02.3.3 advanced to Leuctra, the Thespians showed that they were
Polyaen_02.5.2 tasts fled away to Thespiae, and (?) many of them were kil
Syll_309 (318-306)   ted to Telemachos of Thespiai, the son of Hieron,
Syll_366 (c. 292)   boeotarchs were . . . of Thespiai, . . . of Tana
Syll_399 (278/7)   eltes; Demokritos of Thespiai, son of Euthymos Mag
Syll_457 (c. 250)   oy from the city of Thespiai and the Boeotian Lea
Syll_519 (c. 222/1)   lippides Nikeas of Thespiai, the son of Korrinades
Syll_539 (204)   os of Lysimacheia (?) Thespians: Lykiskos Atheni
Syll_585 (197-175)   0] Kallikrates of Thespiai, the son of Theoph
Syll_653 (c. 165)   laurel the [city] of Thespiai, with a wreath of la
THI_125 (223)   okritos was archon at Thespiai should be cancelled,


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