Pieria - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- a region in Syria
Antiochus captures Seleuceia in Pieria.
83, a decree of Seleuceia in Pieria granting citizenship to Aristoloc
45, a decree of Seleuceia in Pieria granting citizenship to Aristoloc
OGIS_245, a list of annual priests at Seleuceia in Pieria.
postratus of Seleucia in Pieria, stadion race 150th [180
son of Crates, from [?] Pieria; in his year, Titus return
called the trading-station of Pieria. Immediately he cons
(109 ) [ of Seleukeia ] in Pieria, the holy [and inviolable greetings.
- a mountain in Macedonia
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fail to tell of you. Nor shall Pierian homage only be acco
The very Muses of Pieria, with Apollo, the master of the
dark-robed valleys of Pieria! Know, though you are unde
that the servant of the Pierian Muses should dwell near
say it possessed eleven Pierian sisters." * & Homer [9.22
earth holds Pindar, the Pierian trumpet, the heavily smit
Helicon and Macedonian Pieria's rock : Praxilla ; Moero
dying swan. & You, O Pierian Muse, the sceptre sway
Chief ornament of the Pierian sisters,
ves of young men, verily Pieria or ivied Helicon honour
[lead me in my songs], Pierian Goddesses who dwell on
orn blooms of the famous Pierian forests, reaping the ears
holy precinct of Olympus and Pieria the renowned - O io
in Chalcidice holy ; in Pieria youthful; 90 & in Asia Wor
ns." Then he went to the Pierian city of Bebrycia where
-musicked shell on Mount Pieria; and after him came the
hymn to Zeus: Muses of Pieria, who give praise in song,
- daughter of Pythus, who established peace between Myus and Miletus
in exchange for her.  Pieria. After they formed
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