Labraunda   - in ancient sources @

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  Labraunda   - a city in Caria, Anatolia
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  + Labraundus
239/19b Olympichus, about the sanctuary at Labraunda in Caria.
220/45a hilippus to Olympichus and Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda.
220/46a Olympichus to the city of Mylasa, about the sanctuary at Labraunda.
    Within translations:
SEG_47.1563 (323-313)   sanctuary of Zeus at Labraunda, and the other in th
SEG_58.1220 (c. 220)   s in the sanctuary of Zeus [Labraundos]. In his hon
THI_121 (215/4)   Zeus Osogo and Zeus Labraundos; 20 and they have pe
THI_29 (c. 240-235)   est of the land also Labraunda, and concerning this
THI_33 (220)   itory, and Petra [by] Labraunda, and [all] the reve
THI_34 (189-167)   tomnos, priest of Zeus Labraundos, was secretary to

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