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A historical region of central Greece north of the Gulf of Corinth. In early times ( before 590 b.c.

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Herodotus Excerpts from Book VII of The Histories Translated and
Philip II of Macedonia (Part Two)
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.
Philip "the Great"
In 355 BC, the Phocians were in imminent danger punish the Phocians for offenses against the gods. battles, the Phocians defeated the.
346 BC THE ORATION ON PEACE Demosthenes translated by
advanced his troops into Thessaly, in order to proceed against the Phocians.
MATTHEW TRUNDLE Coinage and the Transformation of Greek

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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.

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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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