Mantineia


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the site of three famous battles among Greek city-states: in 418 BC and 362 BC and 207 BC

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This is the worst thing that could happen to us, our church and our religion," said Metropolitan Bishop Alexandros of Mantineia and Kynouria.
18) Sometime during the Demetrian War, Tegea, Mantineia, Orchomenos, and perhaps Ambrakia and Amphilochia, had all joined the Aitolian League.
Una sucesion de pueblos y ciudades con nombres fantasticos y personas viras e irreales salidas de la propia mitologia griega: Sebaste, Selinus, Rhodiapolis, Syedra, Arenas, Lymira, Halicarnaso, Patara, Mileto, Mantineia, Samos, Efeso y Mitilene.
He considered the force of oratory to have been especially manifest in the excesses of Athens after the decline of Spartan and Theban power resulting from the Battle of Mantineia in 362 B.
To Alcibiades and the other men present at Agathon's banquet, Socrates reports what Diotima of Mantineia has taught him about love: