[ tee-jee-uh ]

  1. an ancient city in SE Arcadia, Greece.

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How to use Tegea in a sentence

  • Besides these mistakes, he says that Nabis started on his return from Messenia by the gate on the road to Tegea.

  • He, however, restored them to the enjoyment of their own laws and original constitution, and marched away the same day to Tegea.

  • Antigonus now advanced, took Tegea, and allowed his troops to plunder Orchomenus and Mantinea.

  • Parnes: the mountain is called Parthenion above Tegea, by Herodotus.

    The Browning Cyclopdia | Edward Berdoe
  • The programme of the other (Stasippus's) party was to leave Tegea undisturbed and in the enjoyment of the old national laws.

    Hellenica | Xenophon