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10-11 (the monthly Elean sacrificially liturgy at all the altars at Olympia -- whose order Pausanias follows in his description at 5.
Your loving baby Sister Elean, Brother in law Alex, Maria and Joanne xxx.
The man, believed to be in his late 50s, was pronounced dead at the scene at Ely Power Station on Elean Business Park in Sutton, Cambs.
4, 5, 20): this Elean story had never appeared before in Greek art, and its first written attestation is Pindar, Olympian 10.
From the Peloponnese, allegedly, a son of the tyrant of Argos, Pheidon, and amongst others an Arcadian whose father was rich enough to entertain all comers, and an Elean, Onomastos ('Famous') son of Agaios ('Enviable'), names presumably reflecting fact as well as aspiration.
The girl was locally named as Elean and neighbours said her parents were migrants from the Sudan who had only been in Britain for six months.
There are far more discrepancies than we ever observe between Pausanias and Herodotus: the Spartan request for the autonomy of the Lepreates is absent from Xenophon and the Elean reply is different; the extent of Agis' march in the first year (Olympia and the Alpheus) is absent from Xenophon.
Democracy is again in evidence for 420, when in consequence of Elis' quarrel with Sparta the Elean damiourgoi, other magistrates and the Six Hundred swore an oath administered by the damiourgoi and the Guardians of the Laws, (one unconvertible word in Greek Character) to an a democracies of Athens, Argos and Mantinea, Thuc.