Aegae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Aegae 2   - ancient capital of Macedonia, and burial-place of their kings
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  Aegae 2   - ancient capital of Macedonia, and burial-place of their kings
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  + Aegeae
274/21 Pyrrhus captures and sacks Aegae.
    Within translations:
Athen_04.155 the king and queen at Aegae, and with them Cynna the
Just_7.1 fortune, from Edessa to Aegeae, and called the inhabitant
Syll_492 (c. 263)   Peisilaos Amyntas of Aigai in Macedonia, the son of

  Aegae 4   - also called Aegaeae, a city in Aeolis, north of Smyrna, in Asia Minor
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281/24a SEG_59.1406A, a decree of Aegae in Aeolis, granting divine honours
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_213 ion race Neicostratus of Aegae was the eighth and last aft
Hieron:Chron_2034 gnesia, Sardis, Mostene, Aegae, Hierocaesareia, Philadelph

  Aegae 5   (or Aegeae) - a city on the coast of Cilicia
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PsCallisth_2.23 city named Ayes {Greek: Aegae, "goats"}, and on the gulf


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