Elymais - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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(Elam) - a region to the north of the head of the Persian Gulf
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+ Elam , Elamite , Elamites , Elymaeans
nsuccessful attack on a temple in Elymais; accession of Antiochus V.
Hyspaosines attacks the Elamites.
The Parthians defeat and capture Pittit, the leader of the Elamites.
ancestor of the Elymaeans, the most ancient tribe of
men] in battle with the Elymaeans; he left behind two son
(140-124) sortie against the Elamite enemy, and turned the
city in Persia, called Elymais; and therein a very rich
ves, he went in haste to Elymais, and assaulted it, and
the temple of Jupiter in Elymais, hoping that he might mor
roops from the Persians, Elymaeans, and Bactrians, he rout
war with the king of the Elymaeans, and having conquered
rmy while fighting against the Elymaeans.  [11'20] "Th
ely wealthy temple of Diana in Elymais. The guards of the
tain" in the province of Elymais, which is the most easter
of Persians, Parthians, Elymaeans, Babylonians, and those
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