14) In addition to the few references to Epaminondas in the Life of Agesilaus, Plutarch describes several actions of Epaminondas in his Life of Pelopidas
(a contemporary Theban leader).
The basis for Hardy's play is a very scant account from the life of Pelopidas
, the Theban leader, who, leading troops against the Spartans, had a vision nearby the tombs of Scedasus's daughters: "Il y a en celle campagne des sepultures des filles d'un Scedasus, que Ion appelle, a cause du lieu, les Leuctrides, pource quelles y furent enterrees, apres avoir este violees & forcees par des hostes Spartiates passans: cest acte estant si malheureux & si meschant, le pere neantmoins n'en peut avoir reparation ny vengeance en Lacedemoine, & pourtant apres avoir mauldit les Lacedemoniens des plus horribles & plus execrables maledictions 8c imprecations, dont il se peut adviser, il se tua luy mesme dessus les tumbeaux de ses filles.
is heavily bankrolled by retired investment executive Rex Sinquefield, who currently is footing a more than $2 million advertising campaign in Missouri aimed at persuading the Republican-led Legislature to override Democratic Gov.
o las de los Pelopidas
o de los troyanos o algun otro tema semejante, o no se le debe dejar que explique estos males como obra divina, o si lo dice, tendra que inventar alguna razon parecida a la que estamos ahora buscando (exeureteon autois skhedon hon nun hemeis logon zetoumen), y decir que las acciones divinas fueron justas y buenas, y que el castigo redundo en beneficio del culpable".
thrax (Hubner)--the Millet Skipper- is a widespread skipper butterfly found throughout sub-Saharan Africa, Cyprus, Egypt and the Middle East to Pakistan.
gained the king's favor by arguing that the Thebans were the only Greeks who had consistently sided with Persia as proved, inter alia, by their refusal both to join Agesilaus' campaign and to let him sacrifice in Aulis at the place where Agamemnon had sacrificed before he left to conquer Troy (Xen.
Other big winners: Telegram (1952 Oteley Hurdle, Tudor Rose Hurdle, Coronation Hurdle), Mont Tremblant (1952 Coventry Handicap Chase, 1954 Grand International Handicap Chase), Pelopidas
(1958 Gainsborough Chase), Tokoroa (1958 Liverpool Handicap Hurdle), Retour de Flamme (1958 Berkshire Handicap Hurdle), Pas Seul (1961 Whitbread Gold Cup, Rhymney Breweries' Handicap Chase), The Rip (1965 Coventry Handicap Chase)
Coastguard commander Pelopidas
Angeloulos said: "He can say nothing.
Later, under Gorgidas successor, Pelopidas
, they fought as a separate contingent of shock troops.
The context in Pelopidas
suggests that the head is that which safeguards the life of the body in that, if the head is cut off, the body dies: in taking undue risks the general endangers not only himself but all, for 'their safety depends on him, and their destruction too'.
His supposed friend, <IR> EDWIN FORREST </IR> , helped him out by buying several of his plays: Pelopidas
(1830), <IR> THE GLADIATOR </IR> (1831), <IR> ORALLOOSA </IR> (1832), and <IR> THE BROKER OF BOGOTA </IR> (1834).
Lewis, Patricia, Heather Williams, Benoit Pelopidas
, and Sasan Aghlani.