Phaselis - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city on the coast of Lycia, Asia Minor
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and captures the cities of Attalis, Corycus, Olympus, and Phaselis.
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Pamphylia, the people of Phaselis were the worst; but that
of his pupil [Theodectas] of Phaselis. And do not we too
ses is most excellent at Phaselis, and that made at Neapol
he eased the people of Phaselis, of Balanea, and of the
edies, and Theodectes of Phaselis, who afterwards wrote
nes the Milesian fled to Phaselis, and was closely pursued
(46) 275;ssos, Chōma, Phaselis, Silva Serra, Lissa
(shortly after 188) . . ; since Apollonios of Phaselis the son of Apoll
(c. 306/5) praise Euxenides of Phaselis, the son of Eupolis,
(c. 263) enos Artemidoros of Phaselis, the son of Melas As
(62 A.D.) sp; Magydus, Phaselis, Side "Cor
(173-169) Apollonios of Phaselis, the son of (?) Lapha
Nicander Dionysius of Phaselis, in his book "About
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