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- a city in Ionia, western Anatolia
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+ Colophonian , Colophonians
Epicurus leaves Athens and goes to Colophon.
Inscr_90, a decree of Colophon authorising the extension of the city
and captures Sigeum, Synnada, Ephesus, Colophon, and other cities.
decree of Delphi in honour of Nicander of Colophon, an epic poet.
ochus defeats Rhodes, Samos, Colophon and Phocaea in a naval battle.
General comments on the career of the poet Nicander of Colophon.
trom_1.14] Xenophanes of Colophon was the founder of the
ing what had happened, fled to Colophon. [75.] "But Ortyge
monians: and Nicander of Colophon, in his Dialects, says
Elegies of Xenophanes of Colophon, who has spoken in this
ts. And Phoenix of Colophon says- & A cask of wine shall
anquet, as Xenophanes of Colophon says, full of all kinds
em. But Phoenix of Colophon, in his Iambics, interprets
and after them by the Colophonians, as Timaeus and Aris
irs. [31.] But the Colophonians (as Phylarchus says [ Fr_6
says, in his History of Colophon), having consecrated a
brothels; as Nicander of Colophon also states, in the thir
aeanassa, a courtesan of Colophon? so that he even compose
eloved by a young man of Colophon, who already had Bacchis
the mistress of Hermesianax of Colophon. For he inscribed
and returned to lofty Colophon; then he filled his piou
tell you; Nicander of Colophon, in his Theriaca [ 891]
Perdiccas, Epicurus went to Colophon to his father. 
stadion race Moschus of Colophon, [victor in] boys' boxin
(62 A.D.) sp; Smyrna], Colophon, Teos, E
(173-169) ys: ...sios of Kolophon, the son of Perigene
(c. 208) s...es Apollonios of Kolophon, the son of Asklepi
 & Athen_12.526'a-c & The Colophonians give way to
To Xenophanes the Colophonian, who said he had much ado
eaken the cavalry of the Colophonians, in which they were
captured Rhodes, Samos, Colophon, Phocaea, and many other
(c. 250) of the territory of Kolophon to farm taxes from els
(c. 240-210) nted to Kleandros of Kolophon, the son of Apolloph
(c. 140) the cities of Samos, Kolophon and Magnesia; and req
that Nicander of Colophon was a contemporary of Aratus
same time as Nicander of Colophon, the writer of the Theri
granted to Nicander of Colophon, the son of Anaxagoras,
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