Perrhaebia - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a district in northern Thessaly, Greece
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+ Perrhaebi , Perrhaebian , Perrhaebians
Paullus decides to attack Perrhaebia.
sent him to destroy the Perrhaebi, and to govern all that
the Thessalians having Perrhaebian and Magnesian slaves;
in Women of represents the Perrhaebians as using horns instead of
to birds, the Cestrini, the Perrhaebi to whom belongs Mount Pindus,
Tymphaei, Ephyri, Aenienses, Perrhaebi, Dolopes, Maraces and
earth, as in Cyprus and Perrhaebia. There is also that of
(167) the general of the Perrhaiboi and to the councillors synedr
(278/7) on, son of Alexandros Perrhaibians : Charidemos of
(178) son of Telesarchos Perrhaibians: Apollodoros of
(soon after 178) os was general of the Perrhaibians, on the thirt
(171/0) has ensued that the Perrhaibians [and the Thessalia
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