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  Laconia   - a region in the south-east Peloponnese, Greece
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  + Laconian , Laconians , Laconic , Laconistes
316/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Demosthenes of Laconia
246/8 les the far-fetched grammatical explanations of Sosibius of Laconia.
244/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Alcides of Laconia
240/35 The Aetolians devastate Laconia, and take away 50,000 captives.
222/12 Antigonus enters Laconia and encamps opposite Cleomenes at Sellasia.
218/47 Philippus invades Laconia.
195/10 Flamininus invades Laconia.
192/2 Philopoemon invades Laconia and defeats Nabis.
88/56 Achaea, Laconia, Boeotia, and other Greek states side with Mithridate
71/39 tion in honour of Numerius and M.Cloatius, from Gytheium in Laconia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_4.5 hes. In Pheneus in Laconia* one may hear tell of white
Aelian:NA_15.10 apped round with wool of Laconian purple, and further, to
Aelian:NA_17.6 eard that in the Gulf of Laconia there are sea-monsters
AnthPal_6.292 and purple vest, and the Laconian robes, and the gold pipi
AnthPal_7.433 ashing her teeth, like a Laconian woman as she was : "Peri
AnthPal_7.723 This refers to the invasion of Laconia by the Achaean
Antiphil_5.307 eus and Leda This is the Laconian river Eurotas, and that
AntipThes_7.18 supreme striker of the Laconian lyre, possessed by the
Asclepiad_16.120 pierced (?) the runaway . . . Laconian woman & . . . *
Athen_5.198 it was also clad in a Laconian cloak; and this statue
Athen_6.272 dwelt in that part of Laconia called Helos ['marsh']."
Athen_13.590 ers his conduct with the Laconian's wife." But Hypereides
DiogLaert_10.26 us, who was surnamed the Laconian; and Diogenes of Tarsus,
Euseb]:Chron_* 195-201 * ed; the winner was Acanthus of Laconia. 16th [716 B.C.]
Euseb]:Chron_205 the winner was Eurybatus of Laconia. 100th [380 B.C.]
Euseb]:Chron_207 [244 B.C.] - Alcides of Laconia, stadion race 135th [240
FGrH_255.11 316 B.C.] Demosthenes of Laconia won the stadion race, and
FGrH_257a.1 pentathlon Amphiares of Laconia, in the wrestling Calippu
Philoch_32 One of the 100 cities of Laconia - Philochorus in book 3
Philoch_149 peace of Antalcidas the Laconian, but this does not seem
Philoch_151 peace of Antalcidas the Laconian, because they were tired
Plut:Arat_35 carrying his arms into Laconia, for which purpose he sen
Plut:Cleom_4 is one of the keys of Laconia, and was then in dispute
Plut:Cleom_* 10-13 * hat we may no longer see Laconia a prey to the Aetolians
Plut:Cleom_18 Aetolians made an inroad into Laconia, and carried off
Plut:Cleom_21 and then go and ravage Laconia at their pleasure, and
Plut:Cleom_23 up within the bounds of Laconia, enfranchised such of the
Plut:Cleom_26 Tegea, with a design to enter Laconia on that side. Upon
Plut:Cleom_31 and are yet in sight of Laconia, let us deliver ourselves
Plut:Demetr_35 put him to flight, he entered Laconia. There was another
Plut:Mor_191 Demades said, the Laconians' swords were so small, that
Plut:Mor_194 returned out of Laconia, he was tried for his life, wit
Plut:Mor_846 ave it, into Taenarum in Laconia, - Demosthenes was accuse
Plut:Phoc_10 des, who got the name of Laconistes by letting his beard
Polyaen_1.10.1 influence of music, the Laconians were taught to keep flu
Polyaen_1.16.2 the oracle, was this: "O Laconians, do not be too frequent
Polyaen_1.17.1 informed of the extent of the Laconians' desperation. The
Polyaen_1.30.5 eir city with walls, the Laconians were greatly annoyed,
Polyaen_1.36.1 lay waste the coast of Laconia; and thus he retaliated
Polyaen_1.38.2 ound the hill. The Laconians urged their general to lead
Polyaen_1.41.3 an alarm; at this, the Laconians, imagining that an enem
Polyaen_1.44.1 besieging Eteonicus the Laconian at Mytilene, a light-hor
Polyaen_1.45.2 ttle, which Lysander the Laconian always declined; whereup
Polyaen_1.45.4 lves through fear of the Laconian, he assembled the Thasia
Polyaen_1.46.1 orcements were expected in the Laconian camp. Throughout
Polyaen_2.1.1 ime of sowing. The Laconians wished to prevent the enemy
Polyaen_2.1.14 your various posts." The Laconians assumed that he was una
Polyaen_2.1.17 been informed that the Laconians were weak in cavalry,
Polyaen_2.1.7 by themselves; and the Laconians to do the same; so that
Polyaen_2.3.15 confederacy, that is the Laconians, and the power of their
Polyaen_2.3.2 the fighting, and the Laconians left the enemy in posse
Polyaen_2.3.9 Lacedaemon, a body of Laconians were sent to secure the
Polyaen_2.4.3 ontinus, Str_1.5'2] & A Laconian garrison was placed in
Polyaen_2.8.1 as. Arxilaidas the Laconian was marching through an inhosp
Polyaen_2.9.1 Sparta. Isidas the Laconian formed a group of a hundred
Polyaen_2.10.1 Terina, Cleandridas the Laconian marched his army through
Polyaen_2.14.1 far from the borders of Laconia, and contrived that Cinad
Polyaen_2.26.1 us. Sthenippus the Laconian, pretending resentment at havi
Polyaen_2.31.2 ere all sentenced by the Laconians to be thrown down a pre
Polyaen_3.1.1 was strongly garrisoned by the Laconians, sailed towards
Polyaen_3.9.24 the siege of Sicyon, the Laconian harmost, who was ordered
Polyaen_3.9.44 afraid of Axibius, the Laconian general, and constructed
Polyaen_3.9.48 he was pursued by the Laconian governor of the region,
Polyaen_3.11.3 s". & Twelve Laconian ships, which had been sent out
Polyaen_3.11.6 a raid on Sellasia in Laconia, and seized a great quant
Polyaen_6.27.1 oonless night, the Laconians ordered their crews to embark
Polyaen_6.27.2 uring the messenger, the Laconians changed their appearanc
Polyaen_6.36.1 opponents persuaded a Laconian, who was living in the
Polyaen_8.51.1 at the door. The Laconians admired her prompt thought
PsCallisth_2.7 barbarians just as one Laconian dog drives away a whole
SelPap_1.131 a handkerchief with a Laconian stripe, a garment of
SelPap_1.189 from the fuller, with a Laconian stripe, worth a sta
Teles_* 57-59 * [57] & Everyone admires the Laconian women for their
THI_99.R (73/2)   ssued by Gytheion in Laconia, the doctor is honoure

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