Corycus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Corycus   - a city on the coast of Cilicia, Anatolia
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  + Corycian , Corycians
191/27 The Romans and Eumenes defeat the fleet of Antiochus at Corycus.
76/9 and captures the cities of Attalis, Corycus, Olympus, and Phaselis.
    Within translations:
Archias_9.91   llest in the city of the Corycians, and look kindly on my
ElegMaec_1.129   that presents to you the Corycian saffron-flower, he prese
Plin:HN_5.92   Dorion, and on the coast Corycos, there being a town and
Plin:HN_37.166   The stone is found at Corycus. The Hermu aedoeon, or 'sexual
Porph:Fr_46   um, Selenum, Coracesium, Corycus, Andriace, Limyra, Patara


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