Elateia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Phocis, central Greece
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eats the army of Cassander at Elateia, with help from the Aetolians.
the help of Lysimachus, Xanthippus liberates Elateia from Antigonus.
Sherk1_17, a decree of Elateia, thanking the Stymphalians for their
Doliche, Cyretiae, Mylae, Elateia, Gonnus, and other cities in The
Archelaus joins up with Taxiles' army and faces Sulla near Elateia.
A.D.] - Mnasibulus of Elateia, stadion race [At this
ule was Philippus, who died at Elateia. Then Antipater mur
Philippus seized Elateia and Cytinium, and sent to Thebe
dred guards initially to Elateia, after which Acilius comp
hilippus had seized upon Elateia, Demosthenes with others
obliged to stop many days at Elateia. In the meantime,
Boeotians were besieging Elateia, Onomarchus the Phocian
(301) Ampharetos, who liberated Elateia. Lykos son of S
(c. 222/1) of Antileon Leontiades of Elateia, the son of Nik
(c. 165) n * * * the people of Elateia: citizenship the pe
(230-210) rchelaos was archon in Elateia, in the first month;
(early 3rd century) anaia, one in the agora at Elateia, and the other a
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