Miletus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Ionia, western Anatolia
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+ Milesian , Milesians
receives a bribe from some Milesian envoys, to prevent him from spe
Astyanax of Miletus wins the pancration contest at the Olympic games
control of the cities of Caria, and liberates Miletus from Asander.
Austin_51, a decree of Miletus in honour of Apama, the wife of
decree of the Ionian League in honour of Hippostratus of Miletus.
of Seleucus to the city of Miletus, about a dedication at Didyma.
Cnidus to Miletus, to enable Miletus to make a payment demanded by
Antiochus I is appointed "stephanephoros" of Miletus.
Ptolemaeus II makes a gift of land to Miletus.
Ptolemaeus II to the city of Miletus, and a decree of Miletus in resp
and Timarchus the tyrant of Miletus lead a rebellion against Ptolema
Antiochus frees Miletus from the tyrant Timarchus.
OGI_227, a letter from Seleucus II to Miletus.
SIG_577, a decree of Miletus concerning the foundation of a school
Burstein_37, a treaty ending a war between Miletus and Magnesia.
ddresses envoys from Athens, Miletus, Clazomenae, and the Achaeans,
Burstein_40, a decree of Miletus in honour of Eirenias.
83, recording arbitration by Miletus in a dispute between Messenia
ription of the duties of the priests of the goddess Roma at Miletus.
1d-f, inscriptions put up by Milesian and Smyrnaean sailors in honour
hides to kill his wives and concubines, including Monima of Miletus.
Aeschines of Miletus is sent into exile for speaking too freely in
letter from the proconsul (?) Vatia to the city of Miletus.
aert_1'37 (Thales) & Thales of Miletus, an early philosoph
(Anaximander) & Anaximander of Miletus.  & DiogLaert_9
(Anaximenes) & Anaximenes of Miletus.  & Quiint_11.2
the same principle the Milesians erected one to Archelau
there is a fountain in Miletus called the Achillean, the
ome; but the red and the Milesian are the best kinds, and
made of split cedar, and of Milesian cypress. And the
ntioned by Alexis in his Milesian Woman, and in his Odysse
Teichius, a town in the Milesian territory, when he saw
But Astyanax of Miletus, having gained the victory at
Man Glued, says that the Milesians are very insolent when
also garments made of Milesian wool, from which there
totle, in his History of Miletus, says that "Polycrates,
place beneath cloths of Milesian wool; & And put above
& In mouthfuls small, like a Milesian maiden. And Antiph
ards changed to Aspasia. And a Milesian concubine also acc
[66.] Plangōn the Milesian was also a celebrated
the mistress of Lamynthius the Milesian. For each of these
], says- "Coeranus of Miletus, when he saw some fisherm
instance, Thargelia the Milesian, who was married to four
Aetolian, and Pyres the Milesian, and Alexas, and other
says that Timotheus the Milesian appears to many men to
ubject. Clytus the Milesian, a pupil of Aristotle, in the
ntemporary Aeschines the Milesian; for they had an admirab
omic poets mention Astyanax of Miletus. He was the greates
won by Polymnestor of Miletus, who chased and caught
ace Antenor of Athens or Miletus, undisputed [victor in]
Aeschines Glaucias of Miletus, stadion race The four-ho
[121 A.D.] - Aristeas of Miletus, stadion race 226th [125
ans - for [..] years The Milesians - for [..] years [The
tes, senate, and people of the Milesians, sendeth greeting
13.606'd-e & Coeranus of Miletus is saved by a dolphin aft
back with them Aristodemus the Milesian, a friend of his
Aristodemus the Milesian was the person he sent to his
Phila, received him at Miletus, having brought with her
him. & Seeing at Miletus many statues of wrestlers that
conversant with Eubulides, the Milesian philosopher. Being
While Histiaeus of Miletus was residing at the court of
er, who had promised his Milesian friends that he would
hen Charimenes the Milesian fled to Phaselis, and was clos
ispatched by Mausolus to Miletus, to assist a group there,
ttes had blockaded Miletus, and he expected to make himsel
three hundred Arcadians and Milesians. When he arrived,
hernes planned to attack Miletus, and seize all the desert
specting the Samians and Milesians of treachery, posted
they had reached Miletus, and landed there, he dispatche
Ionians, who inhabited Miletus, separated and establishe
Polycrete. The Milesians, assisted by the Erythraeans,
Tacitus, Ann.15.57]  The Milesian Women. A general
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