Lydia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Lydia   - a region in Asia Minor, to the east of Ionia
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  + Lydian , Lydians
318/7 Antigonus attacks Ephesus and Lydia.
240/39 Seleucus defeats Antiochus Hierax in Lydia.
228/7 battles, by Lake Colo'e in Lydia and near the temple of Aphrodite
133/12b Attalus III concerning Hieracome in Lydia and Hieracome in Caria.
88/46 Some Romans in Lydia escape by hiding on floating islands.
    Within translations:
[Tib]:PanMes_190 do but have it, neither Lydia's monarchy nor the renown
Arrian:Fr_1 ; Caria to Cassander; Lydia to Menander; Phrygia on the
Arrian:Fr_9 Menander the governor of Lydia, he informed Antipater and
Arrian:Fr_10 nder the satrap of Lydia, when he learnt of the arrival
Athen_02.38 nectar near Olympus in Lydia, mixing wine and honeycombs
Athen_05.198 lones, and Bassarae, and Lydian women, with dishevelled
Athen_10.415 nthus, in his Account of Lydia, says that Cambles, who was
Athen_10.420 fair Rhodes, nor royal Lydia, & Have I ever eaten so sup
Athen_10.445 word, Antiphanes, in his Lydian, has said- & A Colchian
Athen_12.526 ich they formed with the Lydians, they began to give way
Athen_12.540 eminate practices of the Lydians; on which account, in opp
Athen_12.545 the sovereigns of the Lydians and of the Medes,- and
Athen_13.573 Gyges the king of the Lydians was very celebrated, not
Athen_13.598 mitten with love for the Lydian girl Lyde, trod the ground
Athen_* 14.635-637 * ian, the Dorian, and the Lydian; for that these were the
ChronSynt_92 The kingdom of the Lydians: It lasted for 233 years, start
ElegMaec_1.69 smooth with the mouth! Lydian Omphale beat you for leavi
Euseb]:Chron_5 ] and then the kings of the Lydians and Persians. [ p71
Euseb]:Chron_67 The kings of the Lydians Ardys the son of Alyattes, for
Euseb]:Chron_69 destroyed the empire of the Lydians. THE PERSIANS The
Euseb]:Chron_73 Lud was the ancestor of the Lydians. Arphaxad was the
Euseb]:Chron_225 was controlled by: The Lydians and Maeones - for 92 year
Euseb]:Chron_247 Lysimachus was ruling in Lydia opposite Thrace and Seleucu
Euseb]:Chron_251 won a battle in Lydia, but he was unable to capture Sar
Euseb]:Chron_253 twice in the country of Lydia and was defeated, and he
Festus:Brev.10 the same occasion, Lydia, ancient seat of kings, Caria,
FGrH_252.B hen Croesus became king of the Lydians: ... years. From
Hieron:Chron_1693 in Ar.] Lysimachus ruled over Lydia, Thrace and the Helle
Inscr_99.M (200-150)   e city of Hyrkanis in Lydia; at some point this cit
Joseph:AJ_12.147 sedition in Phrygia and Lydia, at which time he was in
Joseph:AJ_12.149 sedition is arisen in Lydia and Phrygia, I thought that
Joseph:AJ_14.275 Emmaus; and, besides these, Lydia and Thamna. [276] Nay
Julian:Mis_342 with Croesus the king of the Lydians. And all of you are
Just_1.7 onians, Croesus, king of Lydia, whose power and riches wer
Just_5.1 Tissaphernes, satrap of Lydia, and promised to defray all
Just_5.5 governor of Ionia and Lydia; who, by his assistance and
Just_13.4 assander, Caria; and Menander, Lydia. 16 The Lesser Phrygi
Just_38.7 the ancient opulence of Lydia and Ionia, which they were
Malal_222 over the provinces of Lydia and Pamphylia, which been
OGIS_211 (c. 281)   ;Thyateira: a city of Lydia that was previously ca
OGIS_4 (317)   satraps {(?) of Caria and Lydia}. He also gave to
Plut:Demetr_46 in hopes of drawing Caria and Lydia over from Lysimachus.
Plut:Eum_8 attle upon the plains of Lydia, near Sardis, both because
Polyaen_01.26.1 oesus, the king of Lydia, intended to attack the islands,
Polyaen_01.34.2 captives arrived from Lydia and Phrygia, and redeemed
Polyaen_02.1.9 ion seemed professedly against Lydia, in reality his targe
Polyaen_05.17.1 rtook an expedition into Lydia, he left Heracleides in cha
Polyaen_06.49.1 he was picked up by the Lydians, who sent him to Alexande
Polyaen_06.50.1 When Croesus the Lydian was besieging Ephesus, the tower
Polyaen_07.6.4 een defeated and captured, the Lydians revolted again. Cyr
Polyaen_07.8.1 lest and stoutest of the Lydians, and armed them in the
PsCallisth_1.45 ich Croesus, king of the Lydians, set up." & And so saying
Syll_606 (190)   d in fighting the battle in Lydia by the river Phry
Timoth:Pers_86 have left Tmolus and the Lydian city of Sardis, to come


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