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  Great Battles of History: Sellasia Background & Variant   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
On the left hill, named Evas, he placed his brother Eucleidas in command of the allied troops and the Perioeci phalanx, which was made up of Spartiate colonists to the local hills, who were in effect second class citizens.
Eucleidas in the meantime, was apparently suffering from the same bout of inaction which afflicted Alexander.
Eucleidas defended on the summit of the hill, so once he was forced back, it was downhill and the Macedonians gained momentum.
patriot.net /~townsend/GBoH/gboh-sellasiavariant.html   (1566 words)

  
 Cleomenes III - LoveToKnow 1911
The authority of the council was also curtailed, and a new board of magistrates, the patronomi, became the chief officers of state.
He appointed his own brother Eucleidas as his colleague in succession to the Eurypontid Archidamus, who had been murdered.
His social reforms included a redistribution of land, the remission of debts, the restoration of the old system of training (6,ycoy17) and the admission of picked perioeci into the citizen body.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Cleomenes_III   (280 words)

  
 Numismatics - LoveToKnow 1911
These coins are remarkable for the frequency of artists' signatures, which for the short period of highest skill are almost universal on the larger silver money of Syracuse, and occur less frequently on that of the other great cities.
Among these artists may be mentioned Exacestidas (at Camarina), Eucleidas, Eumenes, Phrygillus (at Syracuse), Euaenetus (Syracuse, Camarina, Catana), Cimon (Messana, Syracuse Pl. I.
As in Italy, the decline is more rapid than elsewhere in the Greek world, in consequence of the inherent weakness of the style; but it is in part due to the calamities of the island, as of lower Italy.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Numismatics   (18140 words)

  
 Plutarch: Life of Cleomenes (2) - translation
Antigonus had ordered the Illyrians and Acarnanians secretly to make their way round, and surround that wing which was commanded by Eucleidas, the brother of Cleomenes, while he was marshalling the rest of his army.
Cleomenes, taking a view from an eminence of his adversary's disposition, could not perceive where the Illyrians and Acarnanians were posted, and began to fear they were designed for some such manoeuvre.
Eucleidas, and the wing he commanded, thus being slain, the victors fell upon Cleomenes, who, seeing his men in great confusion, and unable to maintain the fight, provided as well as he could for his own safety.
www.attalus.org /old/cleomenes2.html   (5137 words)

  
 Battle of Sellasia - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Spartan phalanx, under the command of Cleomenes, was arranged on a hill named Olympus, near Sellasia, and were supported by a body of light infantry mercenaries.
The allied troops of Sparta and the perioikoi phalanx were led by commander Eucleidas, and located on the other hill, called Evas, at the left wing.
The centre was made up of Spartan cavalry, supported by other light infantrymen.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Battle_of_Sellasia   (522 words)

  
 Plutarch: Life of Cleomenes (1) - translation
Their schools of exercise and their refectories were soon brought into that good order which they had of old, some being reduced to it by compulsion, but the greatest part coming voluntarily into that noble training peculiar to Sparta.
However, to prevent any offence that might be taken at the name of monarchy, he made his brother Eucleidas his partner in the throne; and this was the only time that the Spartans had two kings of the same family,
He observed that the Achaeans, Aratus, and the principal men among them, were persuaded that the late change had brought the Spartan affairs into a doubtful and unsettled state ; and that he would not quit the city while it was in such a ferment.
www.attalus.org /old/cleomenes1.html   (6812 words)

  
 Writeup - The Kalid   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
We determined it recognised as having unlevelled magic upon it, I identified it to discover “a spark to grant it life, a breath to grant it movement”.
Looking to the hive mind, he passed on a personal message from High Enchanter Eucleidas to the Alliance, saying that the work and co-operation with the Ritual of Ashes is something that benefits both our Towers.
Judge Sendirkat of the Shadowsfall, who said that both the Valley and the Kalid are under scrutiny as they are both increasingly engaged in frequent breaches of the Laws of Orin Rakatha.
www.heroquest.org /writeup/KevralynKalid.html   (2398 words)

  
 Biographies: Cleomenes III of Sparta :: 0 A.D. :: Wildfire Games
By 227 the Achaeans were on the run as Cleomenes soundly defeated them at Mt.
Knowing that with his popularity high that the time was right Cleomenes launched a coup, killing four out of the five ephors, disbanded the Assembly, and replaced Archidamus V with his (Cleomenes’) brother Eucleidas as co-king.
It is supposed that Cleomenes III also at this time introduced the patronomoi (board of six elders).
wildfiregames.com /0ad/page.php?p=8625   (939 words)

  
 Kern Archives - Labyrinthe of Xenos   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-01)
However, they rarely venture from their Towers and despite reports, never personally attend any Slave markets.
"We recently entered the construct chamber of High Enchanter Eucleidas (a yellow specialist), where we reconstructed the elemental "People of Air and Fire" and "Daughters of Air and Water".
You may wish to refer to my report from High Sun for the details of this, and other features of the Tower, as it is quite fascinating.
www.heroquest.org /~library/ka_towers_xenos.html   (826 words)

  
 September 15, 2003, Pre-Long Beach Sale - Coins - Chapter 64
Obverse die less worn than usually seen; the portrait finely styled.
Ex: This lovely coin was produced at a time when Euainetos, Eucleidas, and Eumenes were all working at the Syracusan mint, and all in a similar style, making it somewhat risky to assign the dies to any one engraver in particular.
Warrior advancing right, holding sword and shield; LEUKASPIS at upper left.
www.goldbergcoins.net /catalogarchive/20030915/chap0064.shtml   (1322 words)

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