Cibyra   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Cibyra   - a city in south-west Anatolia, between Lycia and Caria
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166/6b Cibyra and three other cities in Lycia form a political union.
82/27 Murena deposes Moagetes, tyrant of Cibyra.
    Within translations:
Athen_14.657   salpine Gaul: those from Cibyra in Asia are not much infer
OGIS_762   (c. 167)   y, then the people of Kibyra shall appropriately co
Plin:HN_5.103   the mountains of the Cibyratae, receives as tributaries 60
Plin:HN_5.105   Cibyratica; the actual town of Cibyra belongs to Phrygia, and is
SEG_18.570   (180-120)   envoy to the city of Kibyra to complain of the acti
Syll_1064   (c. 140-110) boys in the Romaia at Kibyra
THI_175.A   to Magnesia and Tralleis and Kibyra, again he did not accept


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