Astypalaea   - in ancient sources @

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  Astypalaea   - a small island in the south of the Aegean Sea
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  + Astypalaeans , Astypalean
239/3 plague of hares on the island of Astypalaea.
105/19 IGRR_4.1028, the renewal of the treaty between Rome and Astypalaea.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_5.8   says ** that the soil of Astypalaea ** is unfriendly to
Aelian:NA_16.39   & Onesicritus of Astypalaea says that at the time of the
Athen_9.400   hares in the island of Astypalaea, that the natives cons
Plin:HN_4.71   Crete; Platea 60 miles from Astypalaea, and Caminia 38 miles from
Plin:HN_8.140   is on the island of Astypalaea.
Syll_357   (c. 300)   rians to grant to the Astypalaians, who are colon
Syll_358   (c. 300)   wned Kleombrotos of Astypalaia, the son of Pheres,
Syll_568   (c. 204/1)   e being assembled at Astypalaia, he brought up wea
THI_173   (end 2nd cent.) for the people] of Astypalaia; since the Astypylaian [men

  Astypalaea 2   - a citadel on the island of Samos
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Polyaen_1.23.2 in the citadel called Astypalaea; until, after receivin

  Astypalaea 3   - a township near Halicarnassus
Syll_1044 (280-240)   d in the Ancient-Town {Astypalaia} which borders wi

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