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While these events transpired, a new sacred war was declared by the Amphictyonic Council against the Locrians of Amphissa, kindled by Æschines, which more than compensated Philip for his repulse at Byzantium, bringing advantage to him and ruin to Grecian liberty.
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As was usual in these intestine troubles, the weaker party invoked the aid of a foreign power, and the Amphictyonic Assembly, intent on punishing Amphissa, sought assistance from Philip.
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The alliance was a great disappointment to Philip, who remained at Phocis, and sent envoys to Sparta, inviting the Peloponnesians to join him against Amphissa.
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He defeated a large body of mercenaries, and took Amphissa.
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Philotas, a physician of Amphissa, who was at that time a student of medicine in Alexandria, used to tell my grandfather Lamprias that, having some acquaintance with one of the royal cooks, he was invited by him, being a young man, to come and see the sumptuous preparations for dinner.
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But after Philip, puffed up with his good success at Amphissa, on a sudden surprised Elatea and possessed himself of Phocis, the Athenians were in a great consternation, none durst venture to rise up to speak, all were at a loss, and the whole assembly was in silence and perplexity.
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Philotas, a physician of Amphissa, who was at that time a student of medicine in Alexandria, used to tell my grandfather, Lamprias, that, having some acquaintance with one of the royal cooks, he was invited by him, being a young man, to come and see the sumptuous preparations for supper.
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Philotas of Amphissa, the pupil of Didymus, had been the first to inform them of the attack and, with fiery zeal, had used his utmost power to atone for the wrong done to his master's granddaughter.
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The others were led by a slender youth, the student Philotas, from Amphissa, Didymus's assistant, whom the architect, a few days before, had helped to liberate from the demons of wine.
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He saw himself again a child, in the village, he saw his mother, red-cheeked, fat, with kind gray eyes,-his father, a giant with a tawny beard and stern countenance,-himself betrothed to Amphissa, black-eyed with a long braid down her back, plump, easy-going, gay. . .
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Examples of Amphissa

Example #1
But the Athenians stood aloof from this suicidal war, when all the energies of Greece were demanded to put down the encroachments of Philip.
Example #2
An important reform in the administration of the marine was effected by Demosthenes, although opposed by the rich citizens and by Æschines.
Example #3
He, of course, accepted the invitation, and marched south through Thermopylæ, proclaiming his intention to avenge the Delphian god.
Example #4
But the Thebans and Athenians maintained their ground against him, and even gained some advantages.
Example #5
The Athenian army marched at once to Thebes, and vigorous measures were made at Athens for the defensive war which so seriously threatened the loss of Grecian liberty.