Lyttus   - in ancient sources @

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  Lyttus   (or Lyctus) - a city in Crete
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  + Lyctus , Lyttians
220/25 The Cnossians destroy the city of Lyttus.
220/48 taken at Drerus in Crete, promising to help Cnossus against Lyttus.
195/16b The Lyttians capture the city of Drerus.
110/5b SEG_61.722, a treaty between the Cretan cities of Lyttus and Olous.
    Within translations:
Callim:Epigr_38   [38] & Menitas of Lyctus dedicated this bow with these
Plin:HN_4.59   Myrina, Lycastos, Rhamnus, Lyctus, Dium, Asium, Pyloros,
SEG_61.722.A   (111/0) eaty between the Lyttians and the Olountians. When Sosikrat
SEG_61.722.B   (111/0)   . . . the Lyttians [shall have the right of
SEG_61.722.C   (111/0) go to each festivals: the Lyttians to Olous for the Britomartia
SEG_61.722.D   (111/0) [D]   Oath of the Lyttians: I swear by Hestia and
SEG_61.722.E   (111/0) Envoys of the Lyttians:   Chairylos son of Bisos,
Syll_627   (183)   sians, Phaistians, Lyttians, Rhaukians, Hierapyt

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