Croton   - in ancient sources @

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  Croton   - a city on the coast of Bruttium
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  + Crotonians
324/25 Sostratus and Heracleides are sent with a Syracusan army to Croton.
323/51 Agathocles goes to Croton and Tarentum, but is forced to leave both
317/29 The people of Croton make peace with the Bruttii, and defeat a group
295/22 Agathocles captures Croton, and slaughters its male inhabitants.
277/11 The Romans capture Croton.
215/39 The Carthaginians capture Locri and Croton.
194/1 lturnum, Liternum, Salernum, Buxentum, Sipontum, Tempsa, and Croton.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_16.23 ingly the inhabitants of Croton knowing this (they were
Athen_10.412 it. And Milon of Croton, as Theodorus of Hierapolis tell
Athen_10.441 was in the district of Croton, he one day was very thirs
Athen_* 12.518-522 * my side." And once, at Croton, some Sybarites were stand
Athen_12.528 reported of the inhabitants of Croton or Sybaris. "Accordi
Euseb]:Chron_* 199-203 * [588 B.C.] - Glycon of Croton, stadion race Pythagoras
Hieron:Chron_1734 in Ar.] The Romans captured Croton. 124.3 * . [1735]
Tzetz:ProlCom_ our scholars: Orpheus of Croton, Zopyrus of Heracleia, Ono

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