Pydna   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Pydna   - a city in Macedonia, the site of the defeat of Perseus
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316/1a Cassander besieges Olympias at Pydna.
168/19 Paullus advances to Pydna; Sulpicius Gallus predicts a lunar eclipse,
168/20 Paullus defeats Perseus at the battle of Pydna.
168/28 Official news of the victory at Pydna reaches Rome.
168/31 ithdraws to Cassandreia after receiving news of the battle of Pydna.
168/33 of Calliphanes, an Athenian who was with the Roman army at Pydna.
    Within translations:
Euseb]:Chron_239   conquered the Macedonians at Pydna. Perseus fled to Samo
Just_14.6   ndson Hercules, to the city of Pydna. Deidamia, the daugh
Nepos_2.8   king had him taken to Pydna, giving him such escort as
Oros_3.23.30   withdrew to the city of Pydna with her daughter-in-law Roxane and
Plin:HN_4.34   river Apilas, the towns of Pydna and Alorus, and the river
Plut:Mor_851   risoners by Philippus at Pydna, Methone, and Olynthus; tha
Polyaen_4.11.3   While Cassander besieged Pydna, a city in Macedonia, in
SEG_43.451   (180-168) od fortune.   Proteas of Pydna, the son of Philippos, w


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