Maroneia   - in ancient sources @

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  Maroneia   - a city in Thrace
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  + Maroneians
185/13 and exiles from Aenus and Maroneia, the senate decides to send out
184/4 Philippus massacres his opponents at Maroneia.
166/6c BD_(2)49, a treaty between Rome and Maroneia.
    Within translations:
Athen_6.252   also was Heracleides of Maroneia, the flatterer of Seuthe
Athen_8.351   illed. And once at Maroneia, when lie was drinking with
Athen_14.620   us. And Sotades of Maroneia was very notorious for this
Philoch_43   een the Thasians and the Maroneians about Strymē, and
Plin:HN_4.42   called Parthenion, Phalesina, Maronea formerly called Orthagurea,
Plin:HN_6.217   Melas Abdera, Samothrace, Maronea, Aenos, Bessica, Thrace,
Plin:HN_35.134   is compared Athenion of Maronea, and sometimes to the
SEG_35.823   (c. 167) Rome and the people of Maroneia [and the] people of Ainos
THI_90   (311-306)   bsp; : 300 Kallias of Maroneia, son of Apollonophan

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