Paphlagonia   - in ancient sources @

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  Paphlagonia   - a country on the north coast of Anatolia
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  + Paphlagonian , Paphlagonians
121/24 Mithridates gains control of Paphlagonia.
107/10 The occupation of Paphlagonia by Mithridates and Nicomedes - regarded
96/6 ate decides that Cappadocia and Paphlagonia should become republics.
64/16 Cappadocia, Aristarchus in Colchis, and Attalus in Paphlagonia.
    Within translations:
Aelian:NA_10.35   be seen in the partridges of Paphlagonia. Other sources
Aelian:NA_11.40   The partridges of Paphlagonia have two hearts, according
AntipThes_6.241   to wear me. * & Leader of the Paphlagonians in Homer. [6.
Arrian:Fr_1   to Pithon ; Cappadocia, Paphlagonia, and the country on
Arrian:Fr_9   known, was slain by some Paphlagonians before he was recog
Athen_10.415   Thys, the king of the Paphlagonians, saying that he too
Athen_11.476   book, when he describes the Paphlagonians he says : "They lay
Athen_13.577   lute-player and a courtesan, a Paphlagonian by birth. And
Demetr:Eloc_131   was asked by the Paphlagonian, whether their women accom
Diod_40.4   ynia. He protected Paphlagonia, Pontus, Armenia and Achaia
ExcBarb_33B   recorded] to rule over Paphlagonia and Cappadocia He all
FastTr_p108   Asia, Pontus, Armenia, Paphla]gonia, Cappadocia, [Cilici
Festus:Brev_11   the Roman people, controlled Paphlagonia. Having often
GranLic_27   islands, [27] Asia, Bithynia, Paphlagonia and Gallograeci
GranLic_28   Bithynia, to which he attached Paphlagonia. Nicomedes was
Just_13.4   to Lysimachus; Cappadocia and Paphlagonia were given to
Just_13.6   by Ptolemy. 14 Paphlagonia, Caria, Lycia, and Phrygia
Just_37.4   Nicomedes, he invaded Paphlagonia, and divided it, afte
Just_38.2   es, and, to console him, Paphlagonia from Nicomedes; and
Just_38.5   hey required him to quit Paphlagonia, too, was not that
Just_38.7   looked on Cappadocia or Paphlagonia, Pontus or Bithynia,
Memn_22   seia and marched through Paphlagonia, leading an army of
Memn_27   advanced through Paphlagonia Timonitis into Galatia, and
Nepos_14.2   there was a prince of Paphlagonia called Thuys, of an old
Nepos_14.3   Thuys was attached, drove the Paphlagonian before him as if he
Nepos_14.5   neighbouring district of Paphlagonia, concealing his feelings
Nepos_14.8   Armenians, five thousand Paphlagonians, ten thousand Phrygians,
NicDam_134   ng. Herodes himself went on to Paphlagonia with Agrippa.
OGIS_264   (117-138AD)   ppe was married to . . .], a Paphlagonian [by race,
Oros_3.23   and Cappadocia, together with Paphlagonia, was assigned to Eumenes.
Oros_5.10   Cappadocia and Pylaemenes of Paphlagonia, all of whom contributed
Oros_6.2   underwent the same destruction. Paphlagonia then suffered the same
Plin:HN_5.102   and on the north by Paphlagonia; the length of this part
Plin:HN_5.146   occupying the Maeonian and Paphlagonian region are the Trogmi.
Plin:HN_6.5   Beyond this river is the Paphlagonian race, called by some the
Plin:HN_6.216   Heraclea in Pontus, Paphlagonia, Lemnos, Imbros, Thasos,
Plin:HN_7.98   Asia, Pontus, Armenia, Paphlagonia, Cappadocia, Cicilia, Syria,
Plinius:Ep_10.27   specially as he was going into Paphlagonia to collect stor
Plut:Eum_3   enes were Cappadocia and Paphlagonia, and the coast of the
Plut:Eum_6   gain with some Cappadocian and Paphlagonian horse. The
Polyaen_7.29.2   closely pursued to a city in Paphlagonia, where he took
PsCallisth_1.26   valry, 800 Thracians and Paphlagonians and Scythians whom
PsCallisth_2.11   licia and Cappadocia and Paphlagonia and Arabia, and to
PsCallisth_3.33   sister of Olcias, and Paphlagonia and Cappadocia to Eum

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