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  • Achaea

    an ancient district in S Greece, on the Gulf of Corinth. Historical Examples In 1333 it was annexed to Achaea, in 1336 to Servia, and in 1394 to Venice. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 8, Slice 8 Various At Teuthea in Achaea she was worshipped as the goddess of the woodland pasture, and at Cnidus […]

  • Achaean

    of or relating to Achaea or the Achaeans. (in the Iliad) Greek. an inhabitant of Achaea. a Greek, especially a member of the Achaean League. a member of one of the four main divisions of prehistoric Greeks, believed to have occupied the Peloponnesus and to have produced the Mycenaean culture. Compare (def 2), (def 2), […]



  • Achaean league

    a political confederation of Achaean and other Greek cities, established in the late 3rd century b.c. and dissolved by the Romans in 146 b.c. Historical Examples To Aratus is due the credit of having made the Achaean League an effective instrument against tyrants and foreign enemies. Encyclopaedia Britannica, 11th Edition, Volume 2, Slice 4 Various […]

  • Achaemenes

    flourished 7th century b.c, Persian king: traditional founder of the dynasty. Historical Examples The most prominent of these chieftains or princes was Achaemenes, who is regarded as the founder of the Persian monarchy. Beacon Lights of History, Volume IV John Lord The advice, fortunately for the Greeks, was overruled by Achaemenes. Athens: Its Rise and […]



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