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  Naxos   - a Greek island, in the Aegean Sea
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Athen_08.348 his Constitution of the Naxians, speaks thus of this prov
Athen_12.540 goats from Scyros and Naxos, and sheep from Miletus and
Callim:Epigr_20 land died Lycus of Naxos, but at sea he saw ship and life
Euseb]:Chron_225 artans - for 2 years The Naxians - for 10 years The Eretri
Inscr_104 (194-166)   Parians and from the Naxians, concerning those thin
OGIS_43 (c. 280)   and to [assist] the Naxians by carrying to [a concl
Plut:Phoc_6 arly in the sea-fight of Naxos, Phocion being appointed
Polyaen_01.23.2 Lygdamis, the tyrant of Naxos, he established himself as
Polyaen_01.30.8 was forced by a storm to Naxos, which was at that time bei
Polyaen_03.11.11 battle against Pollis at Naxos, he ordered the captains
Polyaen_03.11.2 won a naval victory at Naxos, on the sixteenth day of
Polyaen_08.36.1 hraeans, made war on the Naxians; and Diognetus, the gener
Syll_562 (c. 207/6)   sed similar decrees: Naxos Andros Arsinoē T

  Naxos 2   - a city on the east coast of Sicily
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Polyaen_05.2.5 persuaded some men in Naxos to betray the city to him,


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