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- a city in Crete
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+ Cnosians , Cnossian , Cnossians
receive reinforcements from Ptolemy and from the city of Cnossus.
The Cnossians destroy the city of Lyttus.
Rhodes sends aid to Cnossus.
sends aid to the Polyrrhenians, who are fighting against Cnossus.
taken at Drerus in Crete, promising to help Cnossus against Lyttus.
Syll_528, a decree of Cnossus thanking Cos for the services of the
SEG_49.1217, a treaty between Cnossus and Gortyn.
rsuades the Cretan cities of Cnossus, Gortyn, and Cydonia to settle
Trouble in Crete, as Cnossus tries to rebuild its power.
een the cities of Lato and Olous to accept arbitration from Cnossus.
the delay of arbitration by Cnossus in a dispute between Lato and
decision of arbitrators from Cnossus in a dispute between Lato and
eographer Strabo, moves from Cnossus to Pontus at the invitation
Metellus captures Cydonia and Cnossus.
tions.  & The Cnossians contended for the sovereignty
Pausanias of Pontus, Timocles of Cnossus or of Cnidus, Damocles of
interior Gortyna, Phaestus, Cnossus, Polyrrhenum, Myrina, Lycastos,
to Epimenides of Knossos Cnossus. Hellanicus says that some
(c. 220) dminister the oath for the [Knossians] to take . .
(111/0) copy of this treaty, at Knossos in the temple of Apollo
(183) ely: the Gortynians, Knosians, Phaistians, Lytti
(112/1) nged by the city of Knossos, without any warning ma
s colleagues, were kosmoi at Knosos, in the month of Elchanio
fortune. After the city of Knosos sent envoys to the cities
} from the city of Knosos, also inscribed the appended decree,
The city of Knosos decided, concerning the matters
-confirmed the decision that the Knosians gave to the Latians a
(1st cent.) Leontios of Knossos, the son of Kleumenidas
(end of 2nd cent.) d the city of the Knossos decided: since Dioskourides of Tarso
(c. 170) ll. [B] Decree of the Knossians. It
(195-168) [the war] with the Knossians and return to friendsh
(c. 200-150) the session taking place in Knossos, while the kosmoi in Gortyn
reports that Epimenides of Cnossus lived for a hundred
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