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In 309, he founded Lysimachia in a commanding situation on the neck connecting the Chersonese with the mainland.
Hector receives sacrifice at Troy: Protesilaus just across the water on Chersonese.
Philip sent a protest to Athens; in a lively debate on the Chersonese early in 341 Demosthenes delivered a great speech.
Miltiades was of noble birth, and succeeded his uncle as ruler of the Chersonese country, in Thrace.
In 357, on the arrival of Chares with considerable forces, the Chersonese was restored to Athens.
The chief of the Chersonese was not slow to avail himself of the advantage of his position.
Thither sixteen vessels had already preceded him in the same summer, and had overrun part of the Chersonese.
Which of these populations was continued into the Cimbric Chersonese?
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The place of her burial was called Cynosema, a promontory of the Thracian Chersonese.
The Chersonese abounds in bulbous plants, some of great beauty, and rare shrubs.

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