Eurotas   - in ancient sources @

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  Eurotas   - a river in Laconia, Greece
Wikipedia entry
AnthPal_7.437 endure to return to the Eurotas when sore pressed by the
AnthPal_7.723 enian & smoke on the banks of Eurotas. No shade of trees
Antiphil_5.307 is the Laconian river Eurotas, and that is Leda with
AntipThes_7.531 was, she exclaimed "Leave the Eurotas ; go to Tartarus.
Apollonid_9.280 sul said, looking at the Eurotas, "Hail ! Sparta's stream,
Callim:Hec_284A . . to bring horses from the Eurotas plentiful in mint
LeonTar_9.320 & { G-P 24 } & Eurotas said once to Cypris, " Either
Philip_9.709 the Bronze Statue of the Eurotas by Eutychides The artist
Plut:Mor_192 we never drove you from the Eurotas. & When a Sophist
Polyaen_2.1.27 opposite sides of the river Eurotas. Agesilaus noticed
Polyaen_6.4.2 ued by them to the river Eurotas, as soon as he crossed

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