Ancyra   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Ancyra   - a city in Galatia, Asia Minor
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272/16 defeat an Egyptian force, after which they found the city of Ancyra.
239/20 tiochus and the Galatians at Ancyra; he escapes but his concubine Mys
    Within translations:
Malal_221 city, which he called Ancyra ["anchor"], because it was
Memn_11 cities, the Trogmi at Ancyra, the Tolostobogii at Tabia
Polyaen_08.61.1 defeated by the Gauls at Ancyra, and fell into the hands


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