- A historical region of central Greece north of the Gulf of Corinth. In early times ( before 590 b.c.
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- this once powerful state could not help the Phocians, and in 354, war broke out. Within a Thebes, and Athens itself, although powerless, joined the Phocians.
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- In 355 BC, the Phocians were in imminent danger punish the Phocians for offenses against the gods. battles, the Phocians defeated the.
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- advanced his troops into Thessaly, in order to proceed against the Phocians.
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- Other Greeks such as the Tegeans, Mantineans, Corinthians, Phocians, Thespians, Thebans, etc., also made up the Greek army. In short, there were over 4000 other men fighting alongside the Spartans.
- Phocians definition of Phocians in the Free Online Encyclopedia.
- Phocis (fō`sĭs), ancient region of central Greece. It included Delphi, Mt.
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