Pitane   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pitane   - a town in Aeolis, Asia Minor
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  + Pitana , Pitaneans
133/12a tlement of a dispute between Pitane and Mytilene by arbitrators from
85/4 hridates escapes by sea from Pitane, after Lucullus refuses to cooper
    Within translations:
AntipSid_7.711   for Cleinareta the bride of Pitana. Already her parents
DioscEpigr_7.229   Dead on his shield to Pitana came Thrasybulus, having
OGIS_335   (150-133)   dispute, since the Pitaneans also [have chosen t
Oros_6.2   him in his flight to Pitane, laid siege to that city.
Oros_7.12   cities in Asia, Elaea, Myrina, Pitane, and Cyme, and in Greece,
Plin:HN_5.121   from Mysia; the town of Pitane; the river Canaitis. [122] Canae
Plin:HN_35.171   larger in public buildings. At Pitana in Asia Minor as also
Polyaen_2.1.14   tain of Artemisa Issoria, near Pitane. At the same time
THI_90   (311-306)   p; : 200 Metrodoros of Pitane, son of Metron  
THI_215   (62 A.D.)   sp; Atarnea,   Pitane,   Elaea,   My


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