Marathon   - in ancient sources @

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  Marathon   - a town in Attica, Greece; site of the Athenian victory over the Persians
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  + Marathonian
Aelian:NA_7.38 soldier to the battle of Marathon, and both are figured
AnthPal_16.117 both hands) at the battle of Marathon. [119] Poseidippus
AnthPal_9.288 stand I to insult Marathon and the deeds of sea-girt Sala
Apollod:Fr_53 ODEMUS] Boethus of Marathon, the son of Hermagoras, lived
Arrian:Fr_9 yperides, Aristonicus of Marathon and Himeraeus, the broth
Athen_6.253 ion which once fought at Marathon, and they sang it not
Athen_13.570 imocles speaks of in his Marathonian Women ?- & How great
Athen_14.627 part - & The grove of Marathon, and the long-haired Med
Callim:Hec_238 before he sets out for Marathon, and ends with a descrip
Callim:Hec_253 herdsmen. [253] & I go down to Marathon, so that . . . and
Callim:Hec_* 258-262 * fight of Theseus against the Marathonian bull. [259] &
Callim:Hec_283 hat the bull had caused around Marathon. [284A] & These
Crinag_7.741 her of Aeschylus. He fought at Marathon and Salamis. & Oth
Crinag_9.545 & and all the labours that Marathon imposed on Theseus
Julian:Mis_350 ndeed 'one who fought at Marathon' [ Aristophanes, Ach_180
Just_2.11 latives in the battle of Marathon, to commence an attack
Just_2.12 ans, after the battle of Marathon, because Themistocles
Just_2.15 command the battle of Marathon was fought; a young man
Just_2.9 battle in the plain of Marathon, against six hundred tho
OGIS_771 (196/5)   n of Menekrates, from Marathon, was secretary, on
Plut:Arat_16 was sister to that of Marathon; so we may justly call
Plut:Mor_184 overcame the Persian at Marathon, Themistocles utterly
SEG_16.60 assembly; Pythippos of Marathon, the son of Pythion,
Syll_657 (155/4)   otheos Polyxenos of Marathon, the son of Antiochos

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