Abdera   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org

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  Abdera   - a city on the southern coast of Thrace
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300/8 eneral comments on the career of the grammarian Hecataeus of Abdera.
170/13 Hortensius sacks Abdera.
170/17 The Roman senate restores the freedom of Abdera.
166/19 to Rome to oppose the claims of Cotys on the territory of Abdera.
85/5 Mithridates' garrison abandons Abdera.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_11.1 cataeus, not of Miletus but of Abdera. The many other matt
Aelian:NA_12.17 to the philosopher of Abdera, the foetus remains in its
Aelian:NA_15.25 into the territory of Abdera and is swallowed up in the
AnthPal_13.12 verend hosts, came to his home Abdera, lapped in a brazen
AnthPal_7.226 the pyre after dying for Abdera ; for Ares greedy of blood
Apollod:Fr_36 ocritus) & Democritus of Abdera, who was a pupil of Leucip
Apollod:Fr_71 (Protagoras) & Protagoras of Abdera. [72] & DiogLaert_9'
Aristeas_32 and religious, as Hecataeus of Abdera says. If it please
Athen_4.168 the citizens of Abdera brought Democritus to trial, on
Athen_5.206 "Diocles, a citizen of Abdera, speaks with great admirat
Athen_8.349 & Once Stratonicus to Abdera went, & To see some games
Athen_13.590 Nicaenetus of Samos or Abdera (whichever was really his
Cic:Brut_30 cedonian, Protagoras the Abderite, and Hippias the Elean,
Diod_40.3 This is what Hecataeus of (?) Abdera has related about
GranLic_26 king's garrison at Abdera slipped away after the capture
Joseph:AJ_12.38 it is, as Hecataeus of Abdera says, that the poets and
Lucian:Macr_18 ers. Democritus of Abdera starved himself to death at the
PsCallisth_1.43 of Darius, and travelled to Abdera. The people of Abder
THI_90 (311-306)   1,000 Nikephoros of Abdera, son of Athenaios  

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