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Nemea

(nē`mēə, nĭmē`ə), city of ancient Greece, in N Argolis. At the temple of Zeus were held the Nemean games, which from 573 B.C. were one of the four Panhellenic festivals; the games were held in the second and fourth years of each Olympiad. Of Pindar's odes, 11 celebrate Nemean victories. The temple and palaestra have been excavated. Nemea is also the name of a river that formed the boundary of Corinth and Sicyon (near modern Sikión).

Nemea

(in ancient Greece) a valley in N Argolis in the NE Peloponnese; site of the Nemean Games, a Panhellenic festival and athletic competition held every other year
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175-189), dedicated to Pytheas from Aegina upon his victory in the pankration at Nemea, around 487-480 BC: (7)
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Other kinds of soils such as Fluvents (Figure 5i-k), Xerolls (Figure 5g-h), Anthrepts (Figure 5a-b) and Xerepts form at millennial time scales (Haidouti & Yassoglou 1982), but there is evidence from buried soils at Hestiaia (Figure 5i), Hephaestia (Figure 5j), Eleusis (Figure 5g) and Nemea and Olympia (supplementary information online) that comparable soils formed again and again at the same site after catastrophic burial by floods and landslides, extending back well before Classical times.
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