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