Parium - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Mysia, Asia Minor
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Mithridates secretly slips away from Cyzicus and goes to Parium.
The people of Parium are instructed by (?) Servilius to respect the
a unmarried sister in Parium, and he wished to settle
which is seventy stades from Parium, and two hundred fro
and my fleets by shipwrecks at Parium and at Heracleia.
(late 3rd century) gues, with Phaidros of Parion, the son of Polykrate
(soon after 200) ncillors: since [. . . of Parion, the son of .
(62 A.D.) bsp; Priapus, Parium, Lampsacus,
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