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LOCRISLow-Cost Robot by means of Integrated Servo Control
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Old-world Locris was comprised of two discontinuous territories on the Greek mainland, stretching from Euboea to the Corinthian gulf.
After a lengthy prologue apologizing for the poet's delay in delivering his promised composition, (1) Pindar's Olympian 10 finally names the athlete who is to be celebrated, Hagesidamus of Epizephyrian Locris, an adolescent victor in boxing in 476 BCE:
Surely, the speaker cannot mean that Locris is one of many pets who have perished.
Thus, in the ancient Greek town of Locris, we are told, anyone who proposed a new law in the assembly had to put a noose around his neck.
The name Niceas is not uncommon in the Peloponnese and, across the Corinthian Gulf, in Aetolia and West Locris: cf.