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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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Asi puede verse en Herodoto, Historia I., IX, 88; en Pindaro aparece como mancha o culpa (Pindaro, "Olimpicas" en Odas: Olimpicas, Piticas, Nemeas, Istmicas, UNAM, Mexico, 2005, 1,35.
Por otro lado, Pindaro, en su Nemea 6.27, expresa un uso metaforico de [TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII], cantando un gran elogio con el que pretende atinar ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]) en el blanco ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]), como si se tratara de disparar un arco ([TEXTO IRREPRODUCIBLE EN ASCII]).
In addition to the six Olympic victories Milon won nine times in Nemea, ten times the Isthmos, seven times in pythian games in Delphi, and an unknown number of times in other Greek games (V.
"The Nemea Valley Archaeological Project: A Preliminary Report".
Existieron tambien los Juegos Piticos en honor de Apolo, en Delfos; los Juegos Nemeicos, en Nemea, en honor de Zeus, y los Juegos Istmicos, dedicados a Poseidon, en Corinto.
For diehard enthusiasts it's a two-hour drive north to Olympia while Nemea, where there's still an ancient running track and stadium, is a two-hour journey east.
The focus is on Tsoungiza Hill in the Nemea Valley, Greece, and two volumes are planned to present results of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project (NVAP) sponsored by Bryn Mawr College, working under the auspices of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens.
Thus, the "common standards of Greeks" and the "legitimate standards of all humans" were understood as sources of interstate and inter-Hellenic - international law in the sacred places of ancient Greece, such as Delphi, Olympia, Nemea and the Isthmus (3).
La mayoria de ellos eran frecuentados por los habitantes de una comunidad de ciudades; solo unos pocos, los de mayor renombre, adquirian la categoria de panhelenicos, como Delfos, Olimpia, Istmia y Nemea (10).
In Les chants du stade, the athletic exploits occurred in the stadium of Colombes, Pershing or Bergeyre recalled the exploits of Olympia, Delphi or Nemea. The games in the gardens of Luxembourg provided the opportunity to see different incarnations of Nike.
It is planted south of Athens in the Peloponnes region, and Nemea is a lovely vine-filled valley where they make particularly good wine.
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