Catana   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Catana   - a city on the east coast of Sicily
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122/22 eruption of Mt. Aetna devastates the territory of Catana.
    Within translations:
Aelian:Fr_2   hilonomus and Callias of Catana picked up their parents
Aelian:NA_5.39   nomarchus, the Tyrant of Catana, and the son of Cleomenes
AntipThes_7.75   the Muse, was buried in Catana's fiery land, he in whose
Apollod:Fr_69   because he re-founded Catana and called it Aetne, there
Athen_2.50   ether he was a native of Catana or of Byzantium,) or by
Athen_13.586   whether it was Python of Catana, or king Alexander himself
Athen_13.595   whether he was Pythen of Catana or Byzantium, or the king
Diod_34.2   most eager, to conduct her to Catana to some of her famil
Just_4.3   ts. The people of Catana, also, finding themselves oppres
Obseq_32   was seen on the Capitol. Catina was destroyed by the fire
Oros_2.14   that even the people of Catana, who had summoned them, became
Oros_5.13   and wide. The city of Catana and its territory were overwhelmed
Plin:HN_3.88   as far as Tauromenium and Catina, and the noise to Maroneus
Plin:HN_3.89   of Ulysses, the colony of Catina, and the rivers Symaethum and
Plin:HN_6.214   in the Peloponnese, Syracuse, Catina, the middle of Sicily,
Plin:HN_7.214   during the First Punic after Catina in Sicily had been taken
Polyaen_1.40.4   ly. He advanced to Catane, but found that the inhabitants
Polyaen_1.40.5   des gained possession of Catane, he found a loyal assistan
Poseidon_92   Aetna covers the fields around Catana in ash-dust. [93]


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