Tanagra - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town in Boeotia, Greece
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Syll_415, a decree of Delphi in honour of Eugeiton of Tanagra.
cock [and ] an athlete from Tanagra: these sing nobly.
eatise on fishing says that at Tanagra he has seen a Trito
the bird who comes from Tanagra celebrated for its fowls,
ixth century, Corinna of Tanagra (some of whose work has
and like that whale of Tanagra, as the before-mentioned
east & With a girl from Tanagra; and there, lying down,
Mycalesos, Ireseum, Pteleon, Olyarum, Tanagra a free state, and
(c. 171-146) and councillors synedroi of Tanagra that, since Hegesimachos of
(c. 85) Boukattes, son of Glaukos, of Tanagra
(c. 200) uld be best for the Tanagraians to let the goddesse
(c. 222/1) Archelaïdas of Tanagra, the son of Olympion
(204/3) nion Chians: Althaios Tanagraians:Apollodoros It
(24/3) [and the] people of Tanagra } honour Marcus [Claudius]
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