Pherae   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pherae   - a city in Thessaly, Greece
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291/7a etter of Demetrius concerning the territory of Demetrias and Pherae.
196/11 annual magistrates; the first to hold office is Pausanias of Pherae.
    Within translations:
Athen_13.557   whom was Nicesipolis of Pherae, who brought him a daughte
Euseb]:Chron_243   the son of Echecrates, from Pherae. Then Amyntas the
Euseb]:Chron_245   enes the son of Damothon, from Pherae. Then Pausanias the
Nepos_16.5   Ismenias by Alexander, tyrant of Pherae, and thrown into prison. 2
Plin:HN_4.29   Spring, the towns of Pherae (behind which lies Pieria
Plin:HN_7.166   the opposite way, Jason of Pherae being ill with a tumour
Plut:Mor_193   Alexander the tyrant of Pherae, who was an enemy to the
Plut:Mor_194   Alexander, the tyrant of Pherae, broke his faith and cast
Polyaen_2.34.1   Telesippus, by birth a Pheraean, moved to Crannon a city
Polyaen_6.2.1   dressed. [2] Alexander of Pherae. While Leosthenes
SEG_56.703   (291)   of Demetrias and those of Pherai, as they had entru
SEG_57.510   (140-130)   ians was Pausanias of Pherai, the son of Thrasymede
Syll_674   (c. 140)   sed when Thessalos of Pherai, the son of Thrasymede
Theodorid_9.743   ns. * & Her temple was between Pherae and Larissa in Thess
ValMax_1.8e.6   person gave to Jason of Pherae, while endeavouring to slay him.
ValMax_9.13e.3   [13e.3]   Alexander [ of Pherae ] was more unhappy than

  Pherae 2   - a city on the coast of Messenia, Peloponnese, Greece
Polyaen_2.35.1 con, a pirate from Pherae in the Peloponnese, had by frequ


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