Pisa   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pisa   - a city on the coast of northern Etruria, Italy
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168/52 enes and Masinissa, and from Pisa and Luna, appear before the senate.
    Within translations:
CIL_1.657 ninus, consul, son of Titus To Pisae. CIL_1 .661 Latin

  Pisa 2   - a town in Elis, western Peloponnese, Greece
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Alcaeus_12.64 G-P 9 } & Zeus, Lord of Pisa, crown under the steep hill
AntipThes_7.390 he journeyed from Pisa by night the thunderbolt from Zeus
Archias_9.19 grim lion, crowned, and Pisa and Isthmus with its two bea
Athen_10.414 should gain & A prize on Pisa's banks: for such achievemen
Crinag_6.350 often over the plain of Pisa hath uttered shrilly its pie
Euseb]:Chron_197 by the inhabitants of Pisa, because Elis was preoccupie
Euseb]:Chron_203 He even brought the bull to Pisa to help his training.
Euseb]:Chron_205 ere held by the inhabitants of Pisa. 105th [360 B.C.] -
Lucill_11.258 dedicates to the Lord of Pisa & his skull, having collect
Lucill_11.81 ery single one. At Pisa I saved one ear, and in Plataea
Plut:Mor_837 Tantalus, in quest of Pisa, - Cadmus, in time past, goi
PsCallisth_1.18 let me make a voyage to Pisa." & Philip asked, "Do you
Simonid_16.24 lo, who, by the banks of Pisa, & conquered seven times


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