Troezen - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in the north-east Peloponnese, Greece
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+ Troezenian , Troezenians
Cleonymus captures Troezen from Craterus.
Aratus persuades Megara, Troezen, and Epidaurus to join the Achaean
ellene, Pheneus, Phlius, Cleonae, Epidaurus, Hermione, and Troezen
carried off Anaxo from Troezen; and after Hippolyte he
(199) Philokles of Troizen the son of Hierokles, have com
ire ?" Dionysodorus the Troezenian, however, corrects him
and joined Aratus ; the Troezenians and Epidaurians too
from Argos, added the Troezenians, the Epidaurians, and
acedaemon, was besieging Troezen, he posted expert marksme
(c. 128-100) Poseidonís son, [came from Troizen] . . . . . was
(273) Eretrians: Aischylos Troizenians: Straton Lokri
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