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  Neapolis   - a city on the coast of Campania, the modern Naples
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248/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Simylus of Neapolis
216/34 Hannibal invades the territory of Neapolis.
173/7 Q.Fabius Labeo judges a dispute between Neapolis and Nola.
82/18 her victories of Sulla, at the river Glanis, Saturnia, and Neapolis.
50/24 iously ill, while staying at Neapolis, and sacrifices are offered thr
48/56 Pompeius include Atticus of Neapolis, Demetrius, Furnius, Pythodorus
    Within translations:
Athen_01.14 invented by Atticus of Neapolis, the tutor in gymnastics
Athen_06.250 have been despatched to Neapolis;" and Democles interrupt
Athen_09.401 voyage from Dicaearcheia to Neapolis. For there is an isl
Athen_13.577 kingdom? And Eumachus of Neapolis, in the second book of
Athen_15.688 at Phaselis, and that made at Neapolis and Capua is also
Euseb]:Chron_207 [248 B.C.] - Simylus of Neapolis, stadion race [At this
Hieron:Chron_1914 the writer of satires died at Neapolis and was given a
Hieron:Chron_1999 ones were taken to Neapolis and buried two miles from the
Schol:Bob_78 hat he spent the whole time at Neapolis. It might have app

  Neapolis 2   - a city in northern Macedonia
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Syll_438 (266/5)   ; and now Tyrillos of Neapolis has come to us and


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