Amathus   - in ancient sources @

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  Amathus   - a town on the south coast of Cyprus
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Arrian:Fr_10   and also Androcles of Amathus, had made an alliance wit
Athen_4.167   the money he grew old in Amathus." Such also was Aethiops
Plin:HN_5.130   Citium, Corinaeum, Salamis, Amathus, Lapethos, Soloe, Tamasos,

  Amathus 2   - a city of Peraea, east of the river Jordan
Wikipedia entry
Joseph:AJ_13.374 ver, he demolished Amathus, while Theodorus durst not figh
Joseph:AJ_14.91 at Gadara, the third at Amathus, the fourth at Jericho,
Joseph:BJ_01.86 took it; as also he did Amathus, which was the strongest
Joseph:BJ_01.170 another should belong to Amathus, a fourth to Jericho, and

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