Tanagra   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Tanagra   - a town in Boeotia, Greece
Wikipedia entry     ☆ DARE (map)
  + Tanagraeans
273/6 Syll_415, a decree of Delphi in honour of Eugeiton of Tanagra.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_98   cock [and ] an athlete from Tanagra: these sing nobly.
Aelian:NA_13.21   eatise on fishing says that at Tanagra he has seen a Trito
AntipSid_7.424   the bird who comes from Tanagra celebrated for its fowls,
AntipThes_9.26   ixth century, Corinna of Tanagra (some of whose work has
Athen_12.551   and like that whale of Tanagra, as the before-mentioned
Athen_14.640   east & With a girl from Tanagra; and there, lying down,
Plin:HN_4.26   Mycalesos, Ireseum, Pteleon, Olyarum, Tanagra a free state, and
SEG_2.184   (c. 171-146) and councillors synedroi of Tanagra that, since Hegesimachos of
SEG_25.501.A   (c. 85) Boukattes, son of Glaukos, of Tanagra
SEG_43.212   (c. 200)   uld be best for the Tanagraians to let the goddesse
Syll_519   (c. 222/1)   Archelaïdas of Tanagra, the son of Olympion
Syll_538   (204/3)   nion Chians: Althaios Tanagraians:Apollodoros It
Syll_774.B   (24/3) [and the] people of Tanagra } honour Marcus [Claudius]

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