Demetrias - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city of the coast of Thessaly, Greece
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Demetrius founds the city of Demetrias.
etter of Demetrius concerning the territory of Demetrias and Pherae.
The Aetolians capture Demetrias.
Antiochus crosses to Demetrias.
Antiochus holds a council at Demetrias; Hannibal is present, but Anti
The Romans withdraw from Demetrias, after alleged contacts between
THI_154, a decree in honour of a priest of Sarapis at Demetrias.
ins, Antigonus carried them to Demetrias and deposited the
(278/7) netes : Theodotos of Demetrias, son of Diogenes; D
(197-175) :  Hipparchos of Demetrias, the son of Glauki
(200-190) ia. Sopatros of Demetrias, the son of Theodoros,
(178) netes: Charikles of Demetrias, the son of Nikon;
(270-250) eas son of Charilaos Demetrians: Phanias son of His
(263-236) p; ...erses of Demetrias in Magnesia the son
(c. 217) eland, the town of Demetrias, and my mother Soso,
(291) ory of the citizens of Demetrias and those of Phera
- the new name given to Sicyon by Demetrius Poliorcetes
ged the name, calling the town Demetrias, instead of Sicyo
- an Athenian trireme, kept for special purposes
Ammonias and Paralus, and then Demetrias and Antigonis wer
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