Pamphylia   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pamphylia   - a region in the south of Asia Minor
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  + Pamphylian , Pamphylians
281/41a 35, a decree of Termessus in Pamphylia, in honour of a Ptolemaic offi
138/12 Attalus founds the city of Attaleia in Pamphylia.
79/16 of Asia, including Lycia, Pamphylia, Pisidia, Phrygia, and Milyas.
    Within translations:
AntipThes_10.25 which year Piso went to govern Pamphylia. [11.20] & { G-P
Arrian:Fr_1 to Eumenes of Cardia; Pamphylia, Lycia, and greater Phr
Arrian:Fr_9 eater Phrygia, Lycaonia, Pamphylia, and Lycia, to Antigonu
Athen_5.213 Roman commander in Pamphylia, Quintus Oppius, has been sur
Athen_8.350 eople, he said, "That in Pamphylia, the people of Phaselis
ExcBarb_33B Antigonus to rule over Pamphylia and Lycia He granted
Festus:Brev.11 ched to a pirate war, obtained Pamphylia, Lycia, and Pisid
Galen_17a.605 the book [to Alexandria] from Pamphylia. Ptolemy the
Joseph:AJ_14.377 set sail from thence to Pamphylia, and falling into a vio
Joseph:BJ_01.280 he was in peril about Pamphylia, and obliged to cast
Just_13.4 rchus received Lycia and Pamphylia; Cassander, Caria; and
Malal_222 provinces of Lydia and Pamphylia, which been ruled by
Meleager_12.157 ; for now I swim verily in a Pamphylian & sea of boys.
OGIS_54 (c. 246)   s and of Cilicia and Pamphylia and Ionia and the He
Polyaen_04.6.16 ria, Phoenicia, Cilicia, Pamphylia, and even to those of
PsCallisth_3.33 their guardians. He assigns Pamphylia and Cilicia to
SEG_17.639 (c. 301-298)   Aspendos: since the Pamphylians, Lycians, Cretans,
THI_35 (281)   ing been appointed . . . of Pampylia by king Ptolem
THI_61.D (173-169)   eus of (?) Ilion [in] Pamphylia, the son of Anaxido
THI_99.L (2nd century)   des was probably Seleukeia in Pamphylia. The decree


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