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+ Mitylene , Mytilenean , Mytileneans , Mytilenian
BD_5 (OGIS_2), a decree of Mytilene concerning exiles.
pic victor in the stadion race: Parmenides (? Parmenion) of Mytilene
Epicurus starts teaching at Mytilene, and then at Lampsacus.
fully, and employs eminent teachers including Diophanes of Mytilene.
dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from Pergamon.
The inhabitants of Mytilene hand over M'.Aquillius to Mithridates,
Rutilius escapes from Mytilene to Smyrna.
der Thermus capture and sack Mytilene; C.Caesar wins an award for brav
Pompeius visits Mytilene, where he honours Theophanes, and Rhodes,
Brutus visits M.Marcellus in exile, at Mytilene.
Syll_764, a letter from Caesar to the city of Mytilene.
Theophanes of Mytilene is awarded divine honours after his death.
Sherk_47g, a dedication at Mytilene in honour of the proconsul M.Tit
the poems of a man of Mytilene, an acquaintance of my
Stranger, if you sail to Mytilene, the city of lovely danc
Periander is hers. Mytilene bore Pittacus and fair Priene
_1'79 (Pittacus) & Pittacus of Mytilene.  & DiogLaert_
him before returning to Mytilene in the archonship of Eub
Syria to Laomedon the Mytilenean; Cilicia to Philoxenus
But Chares of Mitylene, in the fifth book of
cuse, and Heracleitus of Mytilene; after whom also Alexis
beauty, when Chares of Mytilene, in the tenth book of
Ctesicles; as Adaeus of Mytilene tells us in his treatise
was very much used at Mitylene, so that one of the Muse
thus asked Pittacus of Mytilene, the son of Hyrrhas :
youth, by Diophanes of Mytilene, who was the most eloque
saw him lately at Mytilene; and then (as I have already
the discourse was held at Mytilene, in which he seeks to
quilius, who had fled to Mytilene, and was receiving treat
that to the philosophers at Mytilene. He also says that
rst set up his school at Mytilene, and after that at Lamps
to it to Hermarchus, of Mytilene, the son of Agemortus;
essor was Hermarchus, of Mytilene, the son of Agemortus
and in his Letter against the Mytilenian Philosophers.
476 B.C.] - Scamander of Mytilene, stadion race 77th [472
B.C.] - Parmenides of Mytilene, stadion race 118th [308
[45 A.D.] - Valerius of Mytilene, stadion race 207th [49
when he was wintering about Mitylene, for he had been his
ds. 12 Laomedon of Mytilene was allotted Syria, which bord
said, when the people of Mytilene wished to make him a
(150-133) dispute, since the Mytileneans also [have agreed to
to Ptolemy. Laomedon of Mytilene was allotted Syria, which
Iollas of Sardis, Menecrates of Mitylene, who was also until very
my gullet with wine of Mytilene and mate me with a virgi
and the free city of Mytilene, which has been powerful for
also Ariston and Eunicus of Mitylene, and Hecataeus, and, around the
teonicus the Laconian at Mytilene, a light-horseman arrive
and pursued almost to Mytilene; but when Conon observed
hen he was blocked up in Mytilene by the Lacedaemonians,
rates spread a report at Mytilene, that he intended shortl
(c. 303) that the arbiter [city be] Mitylene, as both have agreed. 30
(late 4th cent.) 19 Heraios of Mytilene. This man had no hair
(225 or 221) harode: Archeanax of Mytilene, the son of Zo&ium
council, and people of] Mytilene, [greetings. If you are
uncil, and people [ of Mytilene ], greetings and prosperity a
should be done for the Mytileneans, [in such manner as it
bsp; (d) The [people] of Mytilene shall safeguard [its] power
(263-236) bsp; Herakleitos of Mitylene the son of Metrias
(173-169) nd: Machaon of Mytilene, the son of Agenomos
justice of foreigners: Pittacus of Mitylene was one to whose merits
citizenship upon Theophanes of Mytilene, who had recorded his
returning to the city from Mytilene, where he had been staying,
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