Pherae - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a city in Thessaly, Greece
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etter of Demetrius concerning the territory of Demetrias and Pherae.
annual magistrates; the first to hold office is Pausanias of Pherae.
whom was Nicesipolis of Pherae, who brought him a daughte
the son of Echecrates, from Pherae. Then Amyntas the
enes the son of Damothon, from Pherae. Then Pausanias the
Alexander the tyrant of Pherae, who was an enemy to the
Alexander, the tyrant of Pherae, broke his faith and cast
Telesippus, by birth a Pheraean, moved to Crannon a city
dressed.  Alexander of Pherae. While Leosthenes
(140-130) ians was Pausanias of Pherai, the son of Thrasymede
(c. 140) sed when Thessalos of Pherai, the son of Thrasymede
ns. * & Her temple was between Pherae and Larissa in Thess
(291) of Demetrias and those of Pherai, as they had entru
- a city on the coast of Messenia, Peloponnese, Greece
con, a pirate from Pherae in the Peloponnese, had by frequ
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