Gortyn - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Crete
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SEG_13.465, a treaty between king Demetrius and the city of Gortyn.
SEG_49.1217, a treaty between Cnossus and Gortyn.
THI_106, a treaty between the cities of Gortyn and Lato.
begins to build walls around Gortyn in Crete, but does not complete
goes to Crete for a second time, to fight for the people of Gortyn.
nae in honour of Protimus of Gortyn, after the return of hostages sei
Cretan cities of Cnossus, Gortyn, and Cydonia to settle their disp
The people of Gortyn attack Cydonia.
Side, and to Aradus and Gortyna and Cnidus and Cyprus and
Chonnoi Among the people of Gortyna a kind of cup, similar
A.D.] - Satornilus of Gortyn in Crete, stadion race [At
taken - came to the Gortynians in Crete, there to deliberate
(130) ldren; Soterichos of Gortyn, the son of Ikadion,
(237/6) of Antigonos] from the Gortynians and their [allies concerning]
(c. 220) bsp; . . . [the Gortynians, having made the curse,]
78 } & I, Brotachus, a Gortynian of Crete, lie here, whe
(183) Cretans, namely: the Gortynians, Knosians, Phaisti
(112/1) confirmed; and [the Gortynians] sent a letter to th
Olountians were allies of the Gortynians . . . in order
(Late 3rd century) der the leadership of the Gortynians, when Kydas son of Kynni
(300-261) s that made with the Gortynians, in the presence of
(c. 200) al ones set up by the Gortynians and the Hierapytni
(219-216) n agreed upon by the Gortynians and the Latoans [wh
(195-168) em that the city of Gortyn praises the city of Magn
(c. 200-150) ossos, while the kosmoi in Gortyn were from the Dymanes, tho
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