Taenarum - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a cape on the south coast of the Peloponnese, Greece
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Leosthenes gathers a large group of mercenaries at Taenarum.
ethymna in his statue on Taenarum and the inscription writ
do. 4 There is at Taenarum a temple of Neptune, which
ends with the promontory of Taenarum. Here is the territory of
 At Taenarum begins the territory of the
350 miles distant from Cape Taenarum in Laconia and 225 miles
ge, they went by land to Taenarus, the army conducting the
rode at full speed to Taenarus, and there embarked on
some will have it, into Taenarum in Laconia, - Demosthene
ischarge the garrison of Taenarum, and this he did for the
and the promontory of Taenarus, he allowed them to rema
the Athenians, and landed at Taenarus. There they served
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