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Definition of Achean

Achean
Achean A*che"an, a & n. See Ach[ae]an, Achaian.

Meaning of Achean from wikipedia

- Achaeans are the inhabitants of Achaea in Greece. However, the meaning of Achaea changed during the course of Ancient history, and thus Achaeans may refer...
- The Achaean League (Gr****: Κοινὸν τῶν Ἀχαιῶν, Koinon ton Akhaion - "League of Achaeans") was a ****enistic-era confederation of Gr**** city states on the...
- Antílokhos) was the son of Nestor, king of Pylos, and was one of the Acheans in the Trojan War. One of the suitors of Helen of Troy, Antilochus accompanied...
- Illinois Cl****ical Studies. 19. Gregory Nagy (1999), The Best of The Acheans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Gr**** Poetry. Johns Hopkins University...
- separated all coastal cities of Laconia from Spartan rule and placed them under Achean protection. The remains of Sparta's fleet were put under custody of these...
- Union of Free Laconians under Achean protection. Nabis recaptured Gythium three years and the Spartan fleet defeated the Achean fleet outside of Gythium....
- control of the League. As Cleomenes was besieging the city of Dyme, the full Achean army came out to meet him. When Cleomenes saw them pitch camp, deciding...
- the Achaean League under Aratus of Sicyon. After being defeated by the Acheans in the Battle of Sellasia in 222 BC, he fled to Ptolemaic Egypt. After...
- Boeotia. He then marched from Plataea to Argos where he was joined by 10,000 Achean infantry and 1,000 cavalry. After a few brief skirmishes, the allies decided...
- were requested from the student body, and The Achean was chosen as the official name for the paper. Achean is Latin for "Greece", and it refers to the people...
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