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  Miletus   - a city in Ionia, western Anatolia
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  + Milesian , Milesians
322/37 receives a bribe from some Milesian envoys, to prevent him from spe
316/23 Astyanax of Miletus wins the pancration contest at the Olympic games
313/4 control of the cities of Caria, and liberates Miletus from Asander.
299/3a OGIS_213, a decree of Miletus in honour of Antiochus, son of Seleucu
298/10a Austin_51, a decree of Miletus in honour of Apama, the wife of
295/14b Demetrius is appointed "stephanephoros" of Miletus.
288/11 decree of the Ionian League in honour of Hippostratus of Miletus.
287/5 of Seleucus to the city of Miletus, about a dedication at Didyma.
282/27 Cnidus to Miletus, to enable Miletus to make a payment demanded by
280/27 Antiochus I is appointed "stephanephoros" of Miletus.
278/15 Ptolemy II makes a gift of land to Miletus.
261/4 Ptolemy II to the city of Miletus, and a decree of Miletus in resp
261/4 the city of Miletus, and a decree of Miletus in response to it.
259/15 and Timarchus the tyrant of Miletus lead a rebellion against Ptolema
258/11 Antiochus frees Miletus from the tyrant Timarchus.
241/31 OGIS_227, a letter from Seleucus II to Miletus.
199/5 Syll_577, a decree of Miletus concerning the foundation of a school
184/7a 33, a treaty of isopoliteia between Miletus and Heracleia-ad-Latmum.
181/15 Syll_588, a treaty ending a war between Magnesia and Miletus.
169/22 ddresses envoys from Athens, Miletus, Clazomenae, and the Achaeans,
160/13 Burstein_40, a decree of Miletus in honour of Eirenias.
138/19 83, recording arbitration by Miletus in a dispute between Messenia
130/25 ription of the duties of the priests of the goddess Roma at Miletus.
86/34a Mithridates is appointed "stephanephoros" of Miletus.
73/43 1d-f, inscriptions put up by Milesian and Smyrnaean sailors in honour
70/6 hides to kill his wives and concubines, including Monima of Miletus.
50/65 Aeschines of Miletus is sent into exile for speaking too freely in
45/72 letter from the proconsul (?) Vatia to the city of Miletus.
    Within translations:
Apollod:Fr_28 aert_1'37 (Thales) & Thales of Miletus, an early philosoph
Apollod:Fr_29 (Anaximander) & Anaximander of Miletus. [30] & DiogLaert_9
Apollod:Fr_66 (Anaximenes) & Anaximenes of Miletus. [67] & Quiint_11.2
Athen_01.19 the same principle the Milesians erected one to Archelau
Athen_02.43 there is a fountain in Miletus called the Achillean, the
Athen_02.51 ome; but the red and the Milesian are the best kinds, and
Athen_05.205 made of split cedar, and of Milesian cypress. And the
Athen_06.240 ntioned by Alexis in his Milesian Woman, and in his Odysse
Athen_08.351 Teichius, a town in the Milesian territory, when he saw
Athen_10.413 But Astyanax of Miletus, having gained the victory at
Athen_10.442 Man Glued, says that the Milesians are very insolent when
Athen_12.519 also garments made of Milesian wool, from which there
Athen_12.540 totle, in his History of Miletus, says that "Polycrates,
Athen_12.553 place beneath cloths of Milesian wool; & And put above
Athen_13.572 & In mouthfuls small, like a Milesian maiden. And Antiph
Athen_13.576 ards changed to Aspasia. And a Milesian concubine also acc
Athen_13.594 [66.] Plangōn the Milesian was also a celebrated
Athen_13.597 the mistress of Lamynthius the Milesian. For each of these
Athen_13.606 ], says- "Coeranus of Miletus, when he saw some fisherm
Athen_13.608 instance, Thargelia the Milesian, who was married to four
Athen_14.620 Aetolian, and Pyres the Milesian, and Alexas, and other
Athen_14.636 says that Timotheus the Milesian appears to many men to
Athen_14.655 ubject. Clytus the Milesian, a pupil of Aristotle, in the
Cic:Brut_325 ntemporary Aeschines the Milesian; for they had an admirab
CIL_1.588 lyarces, and Meniscus of Miletus, son of Irenaeus (who
Eratosth:Fr_8 omic poets mention Astyanax of Miletus. He was the greates
Euseb]:Chron_199 won by Polymnestor of Miletus, who chased and caught
Euseb]:Chron_205 ace Antenor of Athens or Miletus, undisputed [victor in]
Euseb]:Chron_213 Aeschines Glaucias of Miletus, stadion race The four-ho
Euseb]:Chron_217 [121 A.D.] - Aristeas of Miletus, stadion race 226th [125
Euseb]:Chron_225 ans - for [..] years The Milesians - for [..] years [The
Inscr_10 (62 A.D.)   the Maeander,   Miletus,   Iasus,  
Inscr_107 (188-186)   h of Anthesterion, the Milesians and Pidaseans agre
Inscr_108 (c. 228)   blicly to the city of Miletos and privately to thos
Inscr_113 (195-168)   ho] have settled [in Miletos], it is resolved by th
Inscr_121 (215/4)   il and the people {of Miletos}, as recommended by t
Inscr_122 (175-172)   d settlement of the Milesian judges who received th
Inscr_51 (277/6)   , which the people of Miletos caused to be made, we
Inscr_61.C (early 2nd century)     Demetrios of Miletos, the son of Nikaios Poe
Inscr_90 (311-306)   an drachmas Kronios of Miletos, son of Menon  
Inscr_98 (250-200)   d for many years; the Milesians have voted that tho
Joseph:AJ_14.244 tes, senate, and people of the Milesians, sendeth greeting
OGIS_213 (c. 300/299)   is resolved by the Milesians to praise [Antiochos]
OGIS_226 freedom and democracy to Miletos through king Antio
Phylarch_26 13.606'd-e & Coeranus of Miletus is saved by a dolphin aft
Plut:Demetr_9 back with them Aristodemus the Milesian, a friend of his
Plut:Demetr_17 Aristodemus the Milesian was the person he sent to his
Plut:Demetr_46 Phila, received him at Miletus, having brought with her
Plut:Mor_180 him. & Seeing at Miletus many statues of wrestlers that
Plut:Mor_845 conversant with Eubulides, the Milesian philosopher. Being
Polyaen_01.24.1 While Histiaeus of Miletus was residing at the court of
Polyaen_01.45.1 er, who had promised his Milesian friends that he would
Polyaen_05.42.1 hen Charimenes the Milesian fled to Phaselis, and was clos
Polyaen_06.8.1 ispatched by Mausolus to Miletus, to assist a group there,
Polyaen_06.47.1 ttes had blockaded Miletus, and he expected to make himsel
Polyaen_07.16.1 three hundred Arcadians and Milesians. When he arrived,
Polyaen_07.18.2 hernes planned to attack Miletus, and seize all the desert
Polyaen_07.45.1 specting the Samians and Milesians of treachery, posted
Polyaen_08.23.1 they had reached Miletus, and landed there, he dispatche
Polyaen_08.35.1 Ionians, who inhabited Miletus, separated and establishe
Polyaen_08.36.1 Polycrete. The Milesians, assisted by the Erythraeans,
Polyaen_08.63.1 Tacitus, Ann.15.57] [63] The Milesian Women. A general
PsCallisth_1.16 ith the sophist Aristotle, the Milesian. Since many lads
PsCallisth_3.33 ere be given also to the Milesians for the restoration of
RC_46 (early 2nd cent.)   h boundaries for [the Milesians and] Prieneans [in
SEG_58.370 (180-170)   e to a tribunal of Milesian judges, we won by a
Syll_286 (350-315)   s for the Olbiopolitans and Milesians. The Milesian
Syll_314 (c. 320 +)   cration: Antenor of Miletos, the son of Xenares H
Syll_424 (256/5 or 254/3)   ors 3: Ouliades of Miletos, the son of Kallikrates
Syll_588 (190-180)   180s. } Treaty between the Milesians and the Magne
Syll_590 (c. 210-200)   il and the people {of Miletos}, as recommended by
Syll_620 (early 2nd cent.)   : since Apollonios of Miletos, the son of Hierok
Syll_633 (c. 180)   is resolved by the Milesians, in order that ever
Timoth:Pers_202 strings, nursling he of Miletus, the town of a twelve-wal

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