Pelops   - in ancient sources @

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  Pelops   - son of Tantalus; an ancient king of Pisa in the Peloponnese
Wikipedia entry
Aelian:NA_12.45 headland of Taenarum in Pelops' land, mounting me upon
Athen_8.338 56;ρα&ο&) to Pelops. & (B) & 'Tis a sorr
Athen_13.564 peaking of the beauty of Pelops, and saying- & And in his
Athen_13.602 ceived in hospitality by Pelops; and that he took a great
Athen_14.625 over to the Peloponnese with Pelops. For many Lydians
Athen_14.626 the comrades brave of Pelops, & Sang over their wine,
Athen_14.641 speaks of the flesh of Pelops being served up for food:
Cic:Att_15.11 I may hear no more report of Pelops' sons." . . . In Jul
Demetr:Eloc_58 Look o'er the narrow seas to Pelops' land & & & & (Ah
Euseb]:Chron_177 enes, the descendants of Pelops ruled Argos for (?) 105
Euseb]:Chron_179 when the descendants of Pelops took over the kingdom, in
Euseb]:Chron_191 red festival. Then Pelops held the games in honour of his
Plut:Mor_837 of the fifty sisters, - Pelops, son of Tantalus, in quest
THI_92 (321-311)   r city is the land of Pelops, Pelasgian Argos, &nbs
Vit:Nicand_1 and wise Lysidice, whom Pelops' wife Hippodame bore, when

  Pelops 2   - king of Sparta; killed in 199 B.C.
Wikipedia entry
199/3 The death of Pelops, king of Sparta.

  Pelops 3   - Athenian archon, 165 B.C.
165/_ Athenian archon: Pelops
    Within translations:
Syll_661 (c. 165/4)   In the year of Pelops as archon, in the twelfth
Syll_662 (c. 165/4)   the year of Pelops as archon {at Athens}, on

  Pelops 4   - Ptolemaic governor of Cyprus, 3rd century B.C.
OGIS_84 (217-210)   bassas, [the wife of Pelops son] of Pelops, the gen

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