Persepolis   - in ancient sources @

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  Persepolis   - a city in Persia, destroyed in 330 B.C.
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317/9 Peucestes holds a magnificent banquet for the army at Persepolis.
    Within translations:
2Macc_9   entered the city called Persepolis, and attempted to rob
Aelian:NA_1.59   pride at the palace in Persepolis which he himself had
Athen_12.513   they pass their autumns in Persepolis; and the rest of the
Athen_13.576   the cause that the palace of Persepolis was burnt down.
Just_1.6   his companion, and returned to Persepolis. Here, having
Just_11.14   10 Next he took Persepolis, the metropolis of the kingd
Oros_3.17   the camp. He then attacked Persepolis, the capital of the Persian
Plin:HN_6.115   capital of the kingdom, Persepolis, which was destroyed by
Plin:HN_6.213   the middle of Parthia, Persepolis, the nearest parts of

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