And he proceeded, when a certain Lacedaemonian desired Lycurgus to establish a democracy in the city.
What was the Lacedaemonian phalanx in the best days of Lacedaemon?
I imagine that you, too, must have heard his poems; our Lacedaemonian friend has probably heard more than enough of them.
Nevertheless the Lacedaemonian was the ideal of a primitive Greek state.
But presently Pausanias appeared at the head of the Lacedaemonian army, and once more their dangers seemed to thicken round them.
I am explaining that this Lacedaemonian brevity was the style of primitive philosophy.
The city of Chalkedon had revolted from Athens, and received a Lacedaemonian harmost and garrison.
Such is the tale of the destruction of the Lacedaemonian mora.
With these and similar asseverations the Lacedaemonian commissioners left the council chamber.
I should like to put a question to the Lacedaemonian Timocrates seated yonder.
1780, from Latin Lacedaemonius, from Greek Lakedaimonios, from Lakedaimon, an ancient Greek name for Sparta and the district around it.