[ man-tuh-nee-uh ]
/ ˌmæn təˈni ə /
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an ancient city in S Greece, in Arcadia: battles 362 b.c., 223 b.c.
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Words nearby Mantinea
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How to use Mantinea in a sentence
Antigonus now advanced, took Tegea, and allowed his troops to plunder Orchomenus and Mantinea.Plutarch's Lives, Volume IV|Aubrey Stewart
A genius, a master of strategy and king-craft has been quietly growing up in Mantinea, and we not a whit the wiser!The Works of Lucian of Samosata, v. 4|Lucian of Samosata
Leaving Orchomenus at the first streak of dawn, he passed Mantinea still under cover of darkness.
But during his pause at Nemea those who shared the opposite policy had time to converge on Mantinea.
Only a snort time before one of their principal cities, Mantinea, had been robbed of its walls and converted into open villages.Historic Tales, vol 10 (of 15)|Charles Morris
British Dictionary definitions for Mantinea
/ (ˌmæntɪˈneɪə) /
(in ancient Greece) a city in E Arcadia; site of several battles
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