Athamania   - in ancient sources @

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  Athamania   - a region in northern Greece, between Epirus and Thessaly
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  + Athamanes , Athamanians
202/13a Bagnall_129, a letter from Amynander of Athamania to Teos.
189/5 Amynander regains control of Athamania.
    Within translations:
Athen_11.462   from Lydia, while others were Athamanians ; the regions continue (to
Diod_33.20   ere was a man from Athamania called Galaestes, the son of
Nepos_13.2   as allies the Epirotes, Athamanes, Chaones, and all the
Plin:HN_4.6   peoples are the Athamanes, Tymphaei, Ephyri, Aenienses,
RC_35   (205-201) From the Athamanians.
SEG_47.604   (160-140)   e Ambrakiots and Athamanes have approached me, to a
Syll_553   (207/6)   lphians]: . . ., ...agoras Athamanians: Theudotos .
Syll_653   (c. 165)   wn the league of the Athamanians, with a bronze st

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