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According to Pausanias, writing in the 2nd century AD, the term ' Achaean ' was originally given to those Greeks inhabiting the Argolis and Laconia.
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According to Pausanias, Pelarge the daughter of Potnieus, was connected with the cult of Demeter in the Cabeirian ( potniai ).
According to Pausanias, someone named Oenobius was able to get a law passed allowing Thucydides to return to Athens, presumably sometime shortly after the city's surrender and the end of the war in 404 BC.
According to the sixteenth book of Diodorus ' history, Pausanias had been a lover of Philip, but became jealous when Philip turned his attention to a younger man, also called Pausanias.
According to geographer Pausanias ( 1. 28. 2 ), the original bronze Lemnian Athena was created by Phidias circa 450-440 BCE, for Athenians living on Lemnos.
According to Pausanias, Alpheius was a passionate hunter and fell in love with the nymph Arethusa, but she fled from him to the island of Ortygia near Syracuse, and metamorphosed herself into a well, after which Alpheius became a river, which flowing from Peloponnesus under the sea to Ortygia, there united its waters with those of the well Arethusa.
According to Pausanias in the later 2nd century AD, there were three original Muses: Aoidē (" song " or " voice "), Meletē (" practice " or " occasion "), and Mnēmē (" memory ").
According to Pausanias, there was an altar of Caerus close to the entrance to the stadium at Olympia, for Opportunity is regarded as a divinity and not as a mere allegory.
According to Pausanias, he was the youngest son of Eumolpus, one of the first priests of Demeter at Eleusis and a founder of the Eleusinian Mysteries.
According to Pausanias there was a statue of Artemis made by Praxiteles in her temple in Anticyra of Phokis.
According to Pausanias ( 3. 15. 7 ) the Lacedaemonians believed that by chaining up Enyalius they would prevent the god from deserting Sparta.
According to Herodotus and Pausanias ( vi. 17. 6 ), on the authority of Hesiod, his father was Amythaon, whose name implies the " ineffable " or " unspeakably great "; Melampus and his heirs were thus Amythaides of the " House of Amythaon ".
According to Pausanias, Phocus visited the region that was later called Phocis shortly before his death, with the intent of settling there and gaining rule over the local inhabitants.
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According to the accounts of historian Diodorus Siculus and geographer Strabo, the area's first permanent settlers were the mountain-dwelling Ligures, who emigrated from their native city of Genoa, Italy.
According to Ahmad Y. al-Hassan, these panemone windmills were invented in eastern Persia as recorded by the Persian geographer Estakhri in the 9th century .< ref >
According to the Sicilian Greek poet Stesichorus, in his poem the " Song of Geryon ", and the Greek geographer Strabo, in his book Geographika ( volume III ), the Hesperides are in Tartessos, a location placed in the south of the Iberian peninsula.
According to the Roman geographer Strabo, the early Empire sent a fleet of around 120 ships on an annual one-year trip to China, Southeast Asia, India and back.
According to the ancient geographer Ptolemy, writing in the 2nd century AD, Dunium was the main settlement of the Durotriges.
The Greek geographer Strabo claimed that Greek colonists named the river Sybaris after a fountain of the same name at Bura in Achaia: According to some sources it had the property of making the horses that drank its water shy.
According to the Arab geographer Yakut, in the mid-13th century there were two independent sultans ruling over parts of Pemba Island.
According to the 9th century Arab geographer Ya ' qubi, ar-Ramleh ( Ramla ) was founded in 716 by the Caliph Sulayman ibn Abd al-Malik, and its name was derived from the Arabic word Raml ( رمل )— meaning sand.
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According to the ancient geographer Strabo, Daco-Moesian was further spread into Asia Minor in the form of Mysian by a migration of the Moesi people ; Strabo asserts that Moesi and Mysi were variants of the same name.
According to the environmental geographer Laura Pulido, the historical processes of suburbanization and urban decentralization contribute to contemporary environmental racism.
According to the geographer Strabo's reports in the 1st century, today's location of the city of Čakovec was the site of Aquama ( wet town ) in Roman times and at the time a marshland, a military post and a legionnaire camp.
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According to a theory first proposed by Lennart Meri, it is possible that Saaremaa was the legendary Thule island, first mentioned by ancient Greek geographer Pytheas, whereas the name " Thule " could have been connected to the Finnic word tule ("( of ) fire ") and the folklore of Estonia, which depicts the birth of the crater lake in Kaali.
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According to the calculations of the Russian geographer Alexander Bazelyuk, merely 9. 1 km of the length of the West Manych river remains in its original " river " ( rather than reservoir form ): 8. 2 km from the Vesyolovsk Dam to the upper reaches of the Ust-Manych Reservoir, and 0. 9 km from the Ust-Manych Dam to the river's fall into the Don.
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