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Perseus Encyclopedia

Pisa

A town in Elis, its distance from Athens, dear to Zeus, founded by Pisus, ruled by Oenomaus, acquired by Pelops, Pelops returns to, spared by Herakles, boundary, territory, bone of Pelops brought from Pisa to Troy, Pantaleon tyrant of, people of Pisa contend with Arcadians and Eleans for presidency of Olympic games, hold Olympic games, at war with Eleans, Pisa destroyed by Eleans, its site occupied by vineyards, statue of Herakles made by Daedalus at.

Bacchylides

Euripides

Pindar

Aristophanes

Pisa

"To Pisa Pelops, son of Tantalus, Borne on swift coursers" (Aristophanes, Frogs)

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