Ambracia   - in ancient sources @

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  Ambracia   - a city of north-west Greece, to the south of Epirus
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  + Ambraciots
189/9 Fulvius besieges Ambracia, with the poet Ennius in his retinue.
188/16 dus supports an embassy from Ambracia, which complains about their
60/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Andromachus of Ambracia
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_12.40   And the people of Ambracia since the day when a lioness
AnthPal_6.255   Ph 5 } & Saōn of Ambracia, the herdsman, broke off
AnthPal_7.231   & { H 4 } & Thus for Ambracia's sake the warrior Arist
Athen_8.351   ere Stale Corinthians; and the Ambraciots he called Membr
Callim:Epigr_25   Sun, said Cleombrotus of Ambracia and leapt from a lofty
Cic:Tusc_1.84   ** on Cleombrotus of Ambracia; who, without any misfortune
CIL_1.615   rvius, took this as booty from Ambracia. CIL_1 .616 L
Ennius:Ann_384   & & L & [384] & The siege of Ambracia by Fulvius Nobilio
Euseb]:Chron_203   [432 B.C.] - Sophron of Ambracia, stadion race During thi
Euseb]:Chron_211   B.C.] - Andromachus of Ambracia, stadion race 181st [56
FGrH_257a.1   orse-race Tlasimachus of Ambracia, in the race for chariot
Philip_9.553   lace Leucas, and fertile Ambracia, and Thyrrheium, and Ana
Plin:HN_4.4   gulf lies the town of Ambracia, and there are the Molossian
Plin:HN_4.6   of Dodona, Crania in Ambracia, Aracynthus in Acarnania, and
Plin:HN_35.66   art that were left at Ambracia when Fulvius Nobilior removed the
Plin:HN_36.14   Lesbos. [14] As for Dipoenus, Ambracia, Argos and Cleonae were full
Polyaen_6.17.1   ictory. [17] The Ambraciots The Romans, after losing
Polyaen_8.52.1   rrhus, attacked and took Ambracia, to avenge the death of
SEG_35.665   (c. 160)   achos was secretary {at Ambrakia} and Menandros son
SEG_47.604   (160-140)   Envoys of the Ambrakiots and Athamanes have approac
Syll_424   (256/5 or 254/3)   of Achaios ; Epitimos of Ambrakia ; Philiskos of .
Syll_539   (204)   os Athenians: Eudamos Ambrakiots: Damokritos Kephal
Syll_545   (206/5)   ilai, Aristarchos of Ambrakia Delphians: Parnasios,
THI_64   (263-236)   p;   Antarchos of Ambrakia the son of Theopomp
THI_115   (230-225)   aia, . . . , Mnasilaidas of Ambrakia, . . . Delphia
ValMax_6.5.1   the world. Timochares the Ambracian promised Fabricius the consul,

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