Abydus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a town of the Troad, on the eastern coast of the Hellespont
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Philippus captures Abydus.
pay them when he reached Abydus, or let them have, if not
it. & Which between Sestus and Abydus foams. & A deftly
pi;όρ&η) at Abydus, as Pamphylus asserts:-
love with Medontis of Abydus, from the mere report of
mic Poets, that she was called Abydus, because she was an
after bridging it near Abydus; and Themistocles defeated
the sea, he had made at Abydus; so that, his retreat bein
Cleon betrayed Sestus to the Abydenes without risking
with a large fleet at Abydus, he found that the Athenia
ile Iphicrates was at war with Abydus, he halted at Cherro
Xerxes lay at anchor at Abydus, waiting to intercept the
(late 3rd century) on of Menestratos Lysias of Abydos, the son of . .
(303/2) achos: since Nikon of Abydos has at all times conti
(256/5 or 254/3) , comedy: Dromares of Abydos, the son of Teisamen
(62 A.D.) p; Lampsacus, [Abydus, Dardanus,
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