Pelopidas - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- Theban general, 4th century B.C.
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rtues of Epaminondas and Pelopidas, imposed the power of
colleagues, one of whom was Pelopidas, a man of courage and
this he was criticised by Pelopidas, ** who had a son
 Pelopidas, the Theban, is better known
twelve heroes, then, led by Pelopidas, left Athens by day, in
Aratus sister to that of Pelopidas the Theban and Thrasybu
charge at the request of Pelopidas; when his miss entreate
trymen. PELOPIDAS. Pelopidas, Epaminondas' colleague, when
ately gave way and fled.  & Pelopidas. Pelopidas advanc
order of battle. Pelopidas realised, from such an appear
- envoy of king Mithridates, 1st century B.C.
Mithridates sends Pelopidas to complain to the Roman envoys in Asia
Mithridates sends Pelopidas on a final embassy to the Romans.
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