Lacedaemonians love

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  • n. Plural form of Lacedaemonian.

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Examples

  • The Lacedaemonians were the more willing to let the Chalcidians have an army from Peloponnesus owing to the unfortunate state of their affairs.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • To these terms the Lacedaemonians assented, and they and their allies took oath to the Athenians and their allies on the twelfth day of the Spartan month Gerastius.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • The Lacedaemonians were the more eager of the two, because they wanted to recover the prisoners taken at Sphacteria; for the

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Hellenic cities close by; but then the Lacedaemonians are the lords of Hellas, and they can, any one of them, carry out whatever they like in the cities.

    Anabasis

  • The troops next encountered by the Lacedaemonians were the Argives retiring.

    Hellenica

  • He seems to have meant by ‘silent worship’ the prayer of the Lacedaemonians, which is indeed widely different from the usual requests of the Hellenes.

    The Second Alcibiades

  • On these terms the Lacedaemonians concluded with the Athenians and their allies on the twelfth day of the Spartan month Gerastius; the allies also taking the oaths.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • In short, all governments are liable to be destroyed either from within or from without; from without when they have for their neighbour a state whose policy is contrary to theirs, and indeed if it has great power the same thing will happen if it is not their neighbour; of which both the Athenians and the Lacedaemonians are a proof; for the one, when conquerors everywhere destroyed the oligarchies; the other the democracies.

    Politics: A Treatise on Government

  • There are Hellenic cities close by; but then the Lacedaemonians are the lords of Hellas, and they can, any one of them, carry out whatever they like in the cities.

    Anabasis

  • Of that catholic or general centre of Greek religion the Lacedaemonians were the hereditary and privileged guardians, as also the peculiar people of Apollo, the god of Delphi; but, observe! of Apollo in a peculiar development of his deity.

    Plato and Platonism

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