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This he accomplished, and also the levelling of the ravine, because a certain
Deinias who owned this plot of land gave it to the city when Lycurgus suggested
to him that he make the gift. He was charged also with guarding the city and ...
A bronze statue0 of him stands in the Cerameicus, set up in accordance with a
decree passed in the archonship of Anaxicrates,d in which year Lycurgus and his
eldest descendant were granted maintenance in the Prytaneum by the same ...
Lampon, founder of Thurii, 281. Laodameia, son of Medeius, 407. Lebadeia, a
town in Boeotia, 5, 439. Lenaean festival, 887. Leo of Byzantium, 189. Leochares
, sculptor of the 4th century B.C., 381. Leocrates, 411 : name applied to Lycurgus.
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When I first received this volume of the Moralia from my local library and looked at the contents, I groaned a little, inwardly, because it sounded dull. It isn't. Most of these "sayings" of famous ... Read full review
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Roman Questions. Greek Questions. Greek and Roman Parallel Stories. On the Fortune of the Romans. On the Fortune or the Virtue of Alexander. Were the Athenians More Famous in War or in Wisdom? This ... Read full review
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