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  + Mitylene , Mytilenean , Mytileneans , Mytilenian
324/38 BD_5 (OGIS_2), a decree of Mytilene concerning exiles.
312/_ pic victor in the stadion race: Parmenides (? Parmenion) of Mytilene
309/6 Epicurus starts teaching at Mytilene, and then at Lampsacus.
138/22 fully, and employs eminent teachers including Diophanes of Mytilene.
133/12a dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from Pergamon.
88/26 The inhabitants of Mytilene hand over M'.Aquillius to Mithridates,
88/32 Rutilius escapes from Mytilene to Smyrna.
80/14 der Thermus capture and sack Mytilene; C.Caesar wins an award for brav
62/22 Pompeius visits Mytilene, where he honours Theophanes, and Rhodes,
47/30 Brutus visits M.Marcellus in exile, at Mytilene.
46/98 Syll_764, a letter from Caesar to the city of Mytilene.
40/37 Theophanes of Mytilene is awarded divine honours after his death.
34/21 Sherk_47g, a dedication at Mytilene in honour of the proconsul M.Tit
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_14.29   the poems of a man of Mytilene, an acquaintance of my
AnthPal_7.718   Stranger, if you sail to Mytilene, the city of lovely danc
AntipSid_7.81   Periander is hers. Mytilene bore Pittacus and fair Priene
Apollod:Fr_27   _1'79 (Pittacus) & Pittacus of Mytilene. [28] & DiogLaert_
Apollod:Fr_38   him before returning to Mytilene in the archonship of Eub
Arrian:Fr_9   Syria to Laomedon the Mytilenean; Cilicia to Philoxenus
Athen_12.514   But Chares of Mitylene, in the fifth book of
Athen_12.538   cuse, and Heracleitus of Mytilene; after whom also Alexis
Athen_13.575   beauty, when Chares of Mytilene, in the tenth book of
Athen_13.606   Ctesicles; as Adaeus of Mytilene tells us in his treatise
Athen_14.635   was very much used at Mitylene, so that one of the Muse
Callim:Epigr_1   thus asked Pittacus of Mytilene, the son of Hyrrhas :
Cic:Brut_104   youth, by Diophanes of Mytilene, who was the most eloque
Cic:Brut_250   saw him lately at Mytilene; and then (as I have already
Cic:Tusc_1.77   the discourse was held at Mytilene, in which he seeks to
Diod_37.27   quilius, who had fled to Mytilene, and was receiving treat
DiogLaert_10.7   that to the philosophers at Mytilene. He also says that
DiogLaert_10.15   rst set up his school at Mytilene, and after that at Lamps
DiogLaert_10.17   to it to Hermarchus, of Mytilene, the son of Agemortus;
DiogLaert_10.24   essor was Hermarchus, of Mytilene, the son of Agemortus
DiogLaert_10.136   and in his Letter against the Mytilenian Philosophers.
Euseb]:Chron_203   476 B.C.] - Scamander of Mytilene, stadion race 77th [472
Euseb]:Chron_205   B.C.] - Parmenides of Mytilene, stadion race 118th [308
Euseb]:Chron_215   [45 A.D.] - Valerius of Mytilene, stadion race 207th [49
Joseph:AJ_15.350   when he was wintering about Mitylene, for he had been his
Just_13.4   ds. 12 Laomedon of Mytilene was allotted Syria, which bord
Nepos_8.4   said, when the people of Mytilene wished to make him a
OGIS_335   (150-133)   dispute, since the Mytileneans also [have agreed to
Oros_3.23   to Ptolemy. Laomedon of Mytilene was allotted Syria, which
Phld:Acad_34   Iollas of Sardis, Menecrates of Mitylene, who was also until very
Phld:Epigr_11.34   my gullet with wine of Mytilene and mate me with a virgi
Plin:HN_5.139   and the free city of Mytilene, which has been powerful for
Plin:HN_33.156   also Ariston and Eunicus of Mitylene, and Hecataeus, and, around the
Polyaen_1.44.1   teonicus the Laconian at Mytilene, a light-horseman arrive
Polyaen_1.48.2   and pursued almost to Mytilene; but when Conon observed
Polyaen_1.48.4   hen he was blocked up in Mytilene by the Lacedaemonians,
Polyaen_3.9.23   rates spread a report at Mytilene, that he intended shortl
RC_3.F   (c. 303) that the arbiter [city be] Mitylene, as both have agreed. 30
Syll_1168.A   (late 4th cent.) 19 Heraios of Mytilene. This man had no hair
Syll_509   (225 or 221)   harode: Archeanax of Mytilene, the son of Zo&ium
Syll_764.A   council, and people of] Mytilene, [greetings. If you are
Syll_764.B   uncil, and people [ of Mytilene ], greetings and prosperity a
Syll_764.D   should be done for the Mytileneans, [in such manner as it
Syll_764.E   bsp; (d) The [people] of Mytilene shall safeguard [its] power
THI_64   (263-236)   bsp; Herakleitos of Mitylene the son of Metrias
THI_61.D   (173-169)   nd:   Machaon of Mytilene, the son of Agenomos
ValMax_6.5e.1   justice of foreigners: Pittacus of Mitylene was one to whose merits
ValMax_8.14.3   citizenship upon Theophanes of Mytilene, who had recorded his
ValMax_9.11.4   returning to the city from Mytilene, where he had been staying,


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