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  Eleusis   - a town in Attica, Greece, famous for its mysteries
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  + Eleusinian
307/9 Philon enlarges the temple of Demeter and Persephone at Eleusis.
307/29 torchbearer at Eleusis, accompanying Stratocles, defiles the myster
302/5 tiated into the mysteries at Eleusis, even through it is the wrong
284/1 Demochares recovers Eleusis, and Olympiodorus defends it against a
266/1b 947, a decree of soldiers at Eleusis, honouring the secretary of the
234/4b The general Aristophanes protects Eleusis from the dangers of war.
233/2 Syll_485, a decree of Eleusis in honour of the general Aristophanes.
209/3b decree of the Athenians at Eleusis in honour of the general Demaene
202/13 put to death after accidentally entering the mysteries at Eleusis.
164/2a Syll_661, an Athenian decree in honour of the demarch of Eleusis.
87/55 Sulla retires to Eleusis for the winter.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_10 499& One of the orgeones from Eleusis . . . A castrated
Aelian:NA_7.16 I am told, that Aeschylus of Eleusis, the tragic poet,
Aelian:NA_9.51 hen I will now. At Eleusis it is held in honour by the ini
Aelian:NA_10.41 [41] & Augeas of Eleusis gave Eupolis, the writer of com
AnthPal_9.147 the Cephisus on the road to Eleusis. Xenocles' services
Athen_4.167 eries were celebrated at Eleusis, he placed a seat for her
Athen_11.496 But they use it at Eleusis on the last day of the Mysterie
Athen_13.590 Peiraeus, and Phila at Eleusis, whom he bought for a ver
Athen_13.594 court of the temple at Eleusis, though it is against the
Athen_13.597 And she, beside Eleusis's strand, expounded to the init
Athen_13.609 an altar to Demeter of Eleusis, in whose festival it was
Callim:Hec_328 aestra of Cercyon", near Eleusis, the robber is supposed
Euseb]:Chron_177 In his reign, Ogygus founded Eleusis. Apis, for 35 years
Joseph:AJ_14.153 in the Panathenean, and Eleusinian, and Gymnastic shows
Just_2.6 menced by Triptolemus at Eleusis; 13 in commemoration of
Just_2.8 as they were celebrating the Eleusinian mysteries during
Just_5.10 rty tyrants to retire to Eleusis, appointing ten commissio
Philoch_69 have been initiated at Eleusis in a second mystery are
Philoch_149 phettus and Eubulides of Eleusis." (b) ARG.ANDOC.,OR.3 &
Plut:Demetr_33 vaded Attica again, took Eleusis and Rhamnus, and ravaged
Plut:Mor_837 Cyamites, as we go to Eleusis by the Sacred Way, of whi
Plut:Mor_838 atue of his of bronze in Eleusis; dedicated by Timotheus
Plut:Mor_842 no woman should go to Eleusis in a carriage, lest the
Plut:Mor_849 was Aristagora; and at Eleusis, where part of his estate
Plut:Mor_851 lents, and brought it to Eleusis to the people, - all whic
Plut:Phoc_22 road between Athens and Eleusis ; and there appears nothi
Plut:Phoc_28 procession from the city to Eleusis. The disturbances
Plut:Phoc_37 of the territories of Eleusis, and got fire for the bur
Polyaen_3.11.2 one of the days on which the Eleusinian mysteries are
Syll_319 (314/3)   nted by the people in Eleusis and Panaktos and at P
Syll_335 (304/3)   osed by Euboulides of Eleusis, the son of Euboulos:
Syll_356 (end of 4th cent.)   ed well towards the Eleusinian people and went
Syll_384 (267/6)   ne slab and place it in the Eleusinian . . . →
Syll_540 (214/3)   eption of Iakchos at Eleusis; similarly they took
THI_39 (235/4)   n his father was at Eleusis he was praised and crow

  Eleusis 2   - a suburb of Alexandria
275/4 Callimachus is summoned from Eleusis to work at the library in Alexan
    Within translations:
Athen_13.576 on the sea-shore, near Eleusis; and Myrtium, and a great

  Eleusis 3   - a village in the Faiyum, Egypt
SelPap_2.372 villages of Mouchis and Eleusis, through Heraclas t

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