Metapontum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a Greek colony on the coast of Lucania, Italy
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+ Metapontines , Metapontium
Tarentum, and takes two hundred maidens as hostages from Metapontum.
the temple of the Metapontines at Olympia writes as
rwards torn to pieces at Metapontum, by the soothsayers,
And Parmeniscus of Metapontum, as Semus tells us in the
reaties and alliances with the Metapontines, Poediculi,
by way of Consentia and Metapontum, they collected huge forces in
Casuentum, and the town of Metapontum, at which the third region
ily, sent ambassadors to Metapontum and other Italian stat
(263-236) ; Theodoros of Metapontion the son of Pasikl
Tarentum immersed himself at Metapontum in the precepts of
the results of his studies. Metapontum beheld his funeral pyre with
the opulent city [ of Metapontum ], which had venerated him
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