Amphipolis   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Amphipolis   - a city in Macedonia, on the river Strymon
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320/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Damasias of Amphipolis
316/27 Cassander imprisons Roxane and her son Alexander at Amphipolis.
288/18 Lysimachus captures Amphipolis.
242/8b cr_80, decrees of Pella and Amphipolis concerning the sanctuary
168/21 The Thracian garrison is tricked into leaving Amphipolis.
168/23 Perseus arrives at Amphipolis.
167/8 Paullus holds his victory games at Amphipolis.
    Within translations:
AnthPal_7.502 aving Torone you come to Amphipolis, tell Nicagoras that
AntipThes_7.705 } & {Not Sepulchral} Amphipolis, tomb of Edonian Phyll
Athen_5.215 Potidaea, and another to Amphipolis, and another against
Athen_13.605 the son of Epilycus of Amphipolis, who was a youth of
Callim:Epigr_26 doors of Eëtion of Amphipolis - a small statue by
CIL_1.2231 a tablet found at Ienikieui (Amphipolis). Pamphilus
DioscEpigr_12.37 the body of Sosarchus of Amphipolis in fun, wishing to irr
Euseb]:Chron_205 [320 B.C.] - Damasias of Amphipolis, stadion race 116th
FGrH_255.10 [320 B.C.] Damasias of Amphipolis won the stadion race,
Just_14.6 his mother, to the citadel of Amphipolis, to be kept unde
Just_15.1 rom their confinement at Amphipolis." On hearing this new
Memn_22 Taxiles had not captured Amphipolis, after which the rest
Plut:Mor_844 orations of Zoilus of Amphipolis, and by the assistance
Polyaen_* 01.38.1-3 * & Brasidas. When Amphipolis, which was under Athenian
Polyaen_03.10.8 was encamped at Amphipolis, Timotheus was informed in
Polyaen_04.12.2 ter Lysimachus had taken Amphipolis by the treachery of
Polyaen_05.2.12 He attacked (?) Amphipolis, which was unprepared to res
Polyaen_06.53.1 Nine-Ways, and he called it Amphipolis. [see also: Thuc
THI_64 (263-236)   sp;   Perses of Amphipolis the son of Perses &
THI_80 (242)   [B]   [Decree] of the Amphipolitans. In the fo
THI_90 (311-306)   ; : 600 Stephanos of Amphipolis, son of Menandros &


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