Melitaea   - in ancient sources @

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  Melitaea   (or Meliteia) - a city in Thessaly (Achaea Phthiotis), Greece
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  + Melitaeans
217/24 unsuccessful attack by Philippus on Melitaea.
213/18a tolian arbitrators concerning the territory of Melitaea in Thessaly.
140/19a praetor C.Mancinus, concerning Melitaea and Narthacium in Thessaly.
    Within translations:
Syll_523   (c. 220)   .], Lykon of Melitaia, [Lykos of Kallipolis, Silas
Syll_538   (204/3)   tias, Philetairos of Melitaia, Menekrates of Lebad
Syll_553   (207/6)   on, . . ., (?) Archippos of Melitaia, Philachaio
Syll_674   (c. 140)   f Politas, envoys of Melitaia in Thessaly, excellen
Syll_704.E   (c. 117) Simidas of Thebes, [Archippos] of Melitaia
THI_64   (263-236)     Simmargos of Melitaia the son of Aglaïd
THI_147   (270-250)   territory which the Melitaians and Chalaians disput
THI_151   (145-137)   Nikoboulos of Melitaia the son of Perdikkas, Polysa

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