Philadelphia   - in ancient sources @

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  Philadelphia   - a village in Fayyum, Egypt
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257/15a tition to Apollonius from the farmers of his estate at Philadelphia.
256/17 PLoeb_1.39, a lease of land at Philadelphia.

  Philadelphia 2   - a city to the east of the river Jordan; the modern Amman
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134/16 Ptolemy kills the mother of Hyrcanus and escapes to Philadelphia.
    Within translations:
Joseph:AJ_13.235 then the tyrant of the city Philadelphia. [236] But Ant
Joseph:BJ_01.60 led Cotylas, who was tyrant of Philadelphia. [61] And now
Joseph:BJ_01.129 retired out of Judaea to Philadelphia, as did Scaurus retu
Joseph:BJ_1.380 pitched his camp about Philadelphia, near the enemy, and

  Philadelphia 3   - a city in Asia Minor
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108/_ Olympic victor in the stadion race: Nicomachus of Philadelphia
62/7 The beginning of the era of Philadelphia.
    Within translations:
ChronPasc_453 The inhabitants of Philadelphia count their era from this
Euseb]:Chron_211 B.C.] - Nicomachus of Philadelphia, stadion race 169th
Euseb]:Chron_215 years later, and Tryphon of Philadelphia won the stadio
Hieron:Chron_2034 Aegae, Hierocaesareia, Philadelphia, Tmolus, Temus, Cyme

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