Nicaea   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Nicaea   - a city in Bithynia, Anatolia
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  + Antigoneia
301/11 Antigonus founds cities at Alexandria Troas, Nicaea, and Smyrna.
281/5 builds or refounds cities at Nicaea, Alexandria, Ephesus, and Smyrna.
116/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Chrysogonus of Nicaea
112/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Chrysogonus of Nicaea (II)
72/24 led by Triarius captures Apameia, Prusa, Prusias-Cierus, and Nicaea.
72/25 The poet Parthenius of Nicaea is captured by (?) Cinna, and brought
    Within translations:
Athen_04.162 of Zenon, as Nicias of Nicaea relates, in his History
Athen_06.273 as we are told by Nicias of Nicaea in his Successions.
Athen_10.437 sius, as Nicias of Nicaea tells us in his Successions, had
Athen_13.592 pia; [592] as Nicias of Nicaea informs us in his treatis
Euseb]:Chron_211 B.C.] - Chrysogonus of Nicaea, stadion race 167th [112
Hieron:Chron_2047 many buildings in the city of Nicaea were destroyed. All
Inscr_44 (c. 315-307)   &Decree of the citizens of Antigoneia in] the Tr
Memn_24 nes, and from there he went to Nicaea, where he halted.
Memn_28 here Triarius went on to Nicaea, where Mithridates had pla
Syll_348 (302)   mas and Apollonios of Antigoneia, the sons of Diony

  Nicaea 2   - a city in Thessaly, Greece
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198/17 Peace negotiations between Philippus and Flamininus at Nicaea.
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Memn_28 was established by the men of Nicaea who fought in Alexan
Philoch_56 the Thebans to give back Nicaea to the Locrians, is confir

  Nicaea 3   - a river nymph, who gave her name to the city of Nicaea
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Memn_28 iad (river nymph) called Nicaea, and it was established

  Nicaea 4   - daughter of Antipater, and wife of Lysimachus
321/17 Alexander the Great, instead of Nicaea, the daughter of Antipater.
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Arrian:Fr_9 acedonia, accompanied by Nicaea, the daughter of Antipater

  Nicaea 5   - the wife of Alexander of Corinth, 3rd century B.C.
245/11 The poet Euphorion is a favourite of Nicaea.
245/12 Antigonus tricks Nicaea and recaptures Corinth.
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Plut:Arat_17 tigonus' means, his wife Nicaea, into whose hands it then
Polyaen_04.6.1 died. His widow Nicaea was no longer young, but Antigon

  Nicaea 6   - an Egyptian woman, daughter of Nicias and wife of Pausanias, 3rd cenutry B.C.
218/2 PEnteux_22, a petition from Nicaea asking for a guardian to be appoi

  Nicaea 7   - an elephant assigned to the son of the king of India
Athen_13.606 the female elephant was Nicaea; and to her the wife of
Phylarch_36 7'a & An elephant called Nicaea shows great affection towa

  Nicaea 8   - wife of Olympichus, 3rd century B.C.
Inscr_33 (220)   ng that I and my wife Nikaia and my children wer

  Nicaea 9   - a city founded by Alexander in India
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Just_12.8 two cities, one called Nicaea, and the other, from the


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